July 28, 2014

Homemade Popsicles

During the heat wave we had in the PNW, I made some homemade popsicles for Munchkin and I to enjoy.  I didn’t look at any recipe, I just threw what I had on hand into my Ninja, blended it up and poured it into some popsicle molds and let them freeze overnight.  We enjoyed them a lot even if they were messy.  Messy is perfect for eating outside on a hot day, right?!
Many Waters Homemade Popsicles

1 Banana
handful of strawberries
Plain Greek yogurt (probably about a cup or so but keep adding until you get the consistency you want) Also, I think Vanilla yogurt would be yummy, or any flavor really!

1.  Peel banana and throw chunks into your blender/Ninja or whatever you’re using
2. Wash and remove the greens from the strawberries.  I cut them in half and threw them on top of the banana.  Then I blended them together for a few seconds.
3.  Add Greek Yogurt. I added about a cup as that’s all I had room for (I was using my small bowl thing.)
4.  Spoon/pour into popsicle molds.
5.  Place in freeze until frozen
6.  Enjoy!

Many Waters Homemade Popsicles Outside
Many Waters Popsicles
These were a hit!  We’ll be eating them all summer long I think.


  1. i really need to try this. i have these molds and I use like watered down juice or lemonade. but I need to try something more hearty like this!!!

  2. Those sound good too! We usually don't have juice in the house so I never think of using it. You could always add fruit to the juice though:)

  3. I have some in my freezer if you'd like to stop by for one:)

  4. I normally would... but I'm not liking sweet stuff lately. Not even the yummy plums from our tree =(

  5. That is super sad. You'll have more to enjoy next summer though!

  6. we love homemade popsicles! this recipe sounds delicious :)

  7. love, love, love this! totally need to get my hands on these molds - love me some push pops :D

  8. They look & sound delicious! I found you on the Creative Style linkup.
    PS - I'd also like to invite you to a month long networking blog hop called the CLIMB:


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