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Favorite Ice Pop Recipes


WLAPOM board member, Christina Pitcher, has shared her favorite ice pop recipes (instructions below!).


These have been a favorite in her family for years.... and are still a huge success:


Recipe #1: Homemade Fudge Pops

3/4 cup pure maple syrup

1⁄2 cup unsweetened cocoa

2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

1 cup + 1 tablespoon plain yogurt

1 1⁄4 cups milk


Recipe #2: Blueberry Banana Yogurt Pop

8 oz plain or vanilla yogurt,

8 oz frozen blueberries and

1 large or 2 small bananas


Recipe #3: Blueberry Surprise Pop

8 oz plain or vanilla yogurt,

8 oz blueberries,

3 Tbsp milk,

3⁄4 cup spinach leaves and

1⁄4 cup honey


Recipe #4: Strawberry Yogurt Pop

1 1⁄2 cups frozen strawberries,

1 cup plain yogurt and

1⁄4 cup honey


Recipe #5: Strawberry Surprise Pop

1 1⁄2 cup frozen strawberries,

1 cup plain or vanilla yogurt,

1⁄4 cup pureed beets/ beet juice and

1⁄4 cup honey


Recipe #6: Raspberry Banana Yogurt Pop

6 oz fresh raspberries,

1 cup plain or vanilla yogurt,

1 large or 2 small bananas,

1⁄2 cup ice and

2 Tbsp honey


Recipe #7: Raspberry Surprise Pop

8 oz plain or vanilla yogurt

8 oz frozen raspberries

3 Tbsp milk

1⁄2 cup finely chopped carrots

1⁄4 cup honey


Recipe #8: Peach Yogurt Pop

8 oz frozen peaches

8 oz plain yogurt

3⁄4 cup apple juice

1⁄4 cup honey


Recipe #9: Peach Surprise Pop

1 cup frozen peaches

1 cup plain or frozen yogurt

3⁄4 cup carrot juice

1⁄4 cup honey


Recipe #10: Berry Blend Yogurt Pop

1 1⁄2 cup frozen berries

1 cup plain or vanilla yogurt

1⁄4 cup honey


Recipe #11: Berry Blend Surprise Pop

1 cup mixed frozen berries

1 cup yogurt

3⁄4 cup spinach leaves

1⁄4 cup honey

3 Tbsp milk

1⁄2 cup ice


Recipe #12: Strawberry and Blueberry Smile

1 cup milk (organic, soy, almond, coconut, or other)

1⁄2 cup apple juice,

1⁄2 cup blueberries,

1⁄2 cup sliced strawberries,

1 ripe banana, and

1 cup crushed ice


Recipe #13: Strawberry and Cherry Lemonade

4 cups strawberries,

6 to 8 Tbsp fresh lemon juice,

2 1/2 cups pitted cherries, and

1/2 cup agave nectar.


Recipe #14: Peaches & Strawberry

4 ripe pitted peaches,

2 cups strawberries,

4 Tbsp honey, and

1 cup milk.


Recipe #15: Fruit Blend

4 cups chopped pineapple,

4 bananas,

3 peeled oranges, and

1 cup apple juice


Recipe #16: Blueberry Sweetness

3 cups blueberries,

3 Tbsp honey and

2 cups soy milk.


Special Instructions:

  • Each ice pop holds about 3.5 ounces of fluid.

  • Makes approximately 24 oz – enough to fill 6 ice pop molds.

  • Adjust and change ingredients as needed.

  • Consider replacing yogurt / milk with either Almond, Soy or Coconut based

  • yogurt / milk, depending on your tastes.


1. Blend all ingredients together until desired consistency for fruit smoothie. (Add about 1⁄2 cup ice to the ingredient list if you are using fresh fruit instead of frozen.)

2. Pour smoothie mixture into ice pop mold. Be sure to leave about 1⁄2 inch at the top for smoothie to expand as it freezes. Makes approximately 24 oz (enough to fill 6 ice pop molds).

3. Place ice pop molds into tall cup to hold upright in freezer until frozen.

4. If you want a fully frozen treat... remove from freezer, take off lid, push up from bottom and enjoy. You may need to run some warm water onto the outside of the ice pop mold for a few seconds to thaw ice pop enough to release from ice pop mold.

5. If you prefer an ice pop with a partially frozen texture... keep upright in a cup (out of the freezer) or lay ice pop mold on counter (with lid on securely) for a few minutes to thaw.

6. ENJOY!!!

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