Strawberry Smoothie Popsicle Recipe with Stonyfield Yogurt

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Strawberry picking. Despite the fact that I picked strawberries one summer from 6 am – 12pm for $3.35 an hour when I was 15 years old, I still love it. I love kneeling in the strawberry fields, looking for the perfect ruby red berry. And sometimes popping the berries in my mouth instead of in the container.  Every year I bring my son strawberry picking with me, and he loves it too. This year when we went, it was a perfect Mommy-Mason morning – sunny, warm, and the berries were ripe.


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Then I got all my berries home, and after making 8 pints of jam, 2 strawberry-rhubarb crumbles, AND freezing a bunch of the berries for my Easy Strawberry Smoothie Recipe, I still had some berries left.

So I came up with this Yogurt Strawberry Smoothie Popsicle Recipe! They literally taste just like a strawberry smoothie! Plus, they are gluten free and contain no added sugar.
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Strawberry Smoothie Popsicle Recipe with Stonyfield Yogurt

Makes about 6 popsicles


  • 2 cups fresh strawberries, hulled and sliced
  • juice of 1/2 lemon
  • 1/4 cup Stonyfield French Vanilla Whole Milk Yogurt
  • 2 tbsp whole milk
  • 3 tbsp honey


1.  In a high powered blender, puree the strawberries and lemon juice. Set aside. I am in love with my Blendtec Blender.

2. In a medium mixing bowl, combine the Stonyfield yogurt, the milk, and the honey. Whisk together until combined.

3.Pour the strawberry mixture into the yogurt base and mix together.

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4.  Pour the strawberry yogurt mixture into your popsicle mold until frozen. I used my Zoku!  I love the Zoku Quick Pop Maker for this recipe. The Zoku is so easy to use because it makes popsicles in under 7 minutes. No hours of freezing before the popsicles can be enjoyed! My kids appreciate that.

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