Miniature Lemon Berry Yogurt Popsicles

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These easy Miniature Lemon Berry Yogurt Popsicles are the perfect bite sized treat. With lemon curd, fresh blueberries and creamy yogurt, you will want to have these for breakfast, dessert and a midday snack!

Miniature Lemon Berry Yogurt Popsicles

Easy and Healthy Popsicles

These miniature lemon yogurt popsicles are cute, healthy and super easy to make!

For breakfast, I love having yogurt with some sort of fruit on top. I don’t think I’m the only one here.

So in the hottest month, August, these really are perfect for breakfast being yogurt based! You could even trick your kids into thinking they’re eating ice cream for breakfast! 

The creaminess of the yogurt goes well with the tartness of the lemon curd. If you do not like overly sweet things, I would omit the honey in the yogurt. You will get plenty of sweet from the lemon curd itself.

BTW, have you tried my Mini Baklava Rolls With Citrus Honey yet?? 

Versatile Mini Popsicles

My favorite part?? The gorgeous colors!Miniature Lemon Berry Yogurt Popsicles

Unless you do not have an ice cube maker, I am sure you rarely use your ice cube trays.

I know I rarely do unless I am freezing herbed oil, OR about to drink an old fashioned. Other than that, they stay put.

But why? They are the perfect size to make miniature popsicles! They have all different sized trays these days but any one would work!

Yogurt is the perfect foundation for making any kind of popsicles so feel free to play around and have fun while doing so! Get creative! When Cal gets old enough, I plan on allowing him to throw anything he wants in the tray to see what we end up with! I have a feeling fruity pebbles or some kind of candy will be tested..


Other miniature yogurt popsicle options:

  • Use any fruit fresh or frozen!
  • Throw in some extracts for flavoring (if using plain yogurt)
  • Add a marmalade or jelly instead of fruit!
  • Throw in some fresh herbs like mint or basil for color and flavor
  • Use coconut yogurt if you are vegan

Here are the easy steps…


Miniature Lemon Yogurt Popsicles
Mix up the yogurt, vanilla and honey.
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Add berries to the bottom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Miniature Lemon Berry Yogurt Popsicles
Add some lemon curd and yogurt gradually tossing in a blueberry here and there.

 

Miniature Lemon Berry Yogurt Popsicles
Fill up to the top so you can see all the yogurt, lemon curd and blueberries. Freeze for an hour before adding sticks.

 

Miniature Lemon Berry Yogurt Popsicles
After at least 3-4 hours, take out and serve on ice! Enjoy!

 


Also check out these yummy, healthy 15 minute Easy Quinoa Bites with Peas!

Tag me on social media at bitesizedkitchen if you created your own miniature yogurt popsicles!! I’d love to see what you came up with! 🙂

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Mini Lemon Curd Popsicles With Blueberries
Prep Time
4 hrs
Total Time
4 hrs
 

These easy Mini Lemon Curd Popsicles With Blueberries are the perfect bite sized treat. With lemon curd, fresh blueberries and yogurt, you can have these for breakfast, dessert or a midday treat!

Course: Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Servings: 6 Mini Pops
Author: Bite Sized Kitchen
Ingredients
  • 1 Cup Plain Yogurt
  • 2 Tsp. Honey
  • 1/4 Tsp. Vanilla Extract
  • 1/3 Cup Lemon Curd (Store-bought)
  • 1 Cup Fresh Blueberries
Ice Cube Tray
Instructions
  1. Mix together yogurt, vanilla and honey. I recommend using non-greek yogurt. Greek yogurt is too thick and may be difficult to scoop into tray. If you do use Greek yogurt, you will need to thin it out with cream or milk until it is easy enough to scoop!

  2. Now, this is the fun part! Add a few blueberries followed by the yogurt and lemon curd. There is no wrong way to do this! I like to place the blueberries around the surface so your guests can see them!

  3. Place in freezer for about 1 hour until semi-frozen then insert popsicle sticks in the center.

  4. Leave in freezer for at least another 2 hours. (This time may be shorter or longer depending upon the size of your ice cube tray!) Serve on ice cubes and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

*If you use vanilla yogurt instead of plain, omit the vanilla extract and honey!

  • Keep in mind that lemon curd is sweet! So use more or less depending upon what you desire.
  • These can be made with any type of berry!
  • Get your kids to help with layering the popsicles!

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