Separate the yogurt in three bowls. Mash the fruits either by hand for a chunkier texture of with a blender and add to the bowls.
For a fruit swirl effect simply stir only a few times. Otherwise, you can fully incorporate it by mixing well.
Taste each to your liking - If you feel it needs a little extra fruit or some sweetener, then add that now and mix again (add the sweetener directly to the fruit puree for fruit swirl ice pops).
Decoration option 1: You can add extra fruit to the bottom (front) of the popsicle molds like strawberry hearts, kiwi, dragonfruit, passionfruit, etc.
Decoration Option 2: Add granola or puffed quinoa to the top (after the yogurt it is) or bottom of the mold.
Then, fill up the ice lolly mold with the yogurt mixes.
Freeze for at least 3-4 hours. Then enjoy!
How To Store: Once the lollies are frozen, you can remove them from the silicone molds. Place them in a freezer-safe airtight container for up to 2 months.A box/glass container takes less space than the mold and you can also close the lid so your lollies stay safe.
Recipe Notes & Variations
I prefer to use plain yogurt for these yogurt popsicles, using the fruit to add extra flavor. However, you can always use flavored yogurt, too, if preferred. Just be aware that this will change the nutritional value of the popsicles.
These homemade frozen yogurt popsicles are super versatile- mix and match fruits for different flavor combinations. OR, combine lots of different fruits into a single pop for a tutti frutti frozen yogurt popsicle.
If you want to use chia seeds - mix into the yogurt and allow to thicken for 30 minutes before freezing.
For additional flavor, you can try grilled/ baked fruits - such as grilled peaches or apricots.
If you don't want to fully incorporate the fruit and yogurt - lightly chop/mash your fruit and combine with honey or another liquid sweetener then leave to sit for 30-45 minutes and 'macerate' into a kind of jam. Then simply spoon in little bits of the fruit jam and yogurt into the molds then swirl.