I love it when I find a healthy treat that my kids love and when it will keep them cool in the summer as well it’s a huge bonus. This homemade ice-cream pop is perfect for them to make at home and tastes delicious as well.
Fat Free Strawberry Ice-cream pops for kids to makeFat Free Strawberry Ice-cream pops for kids to make
Subscribe today for our Favourite Recipes to Cook with Kids Straight to your inbox
Ingredients for Fat Free Strawberry Ice-cream Pops for kids
Fat Free Natural Yoghurt
Ice pop molds
Making Strawberry Ice-cream Pops
The strawberry season is just starting in the UK and I wish ours were ripe but the flowers have only just started to turn to fruit, so these were supermarket strawberries – however it would be great to make these after a strawberry picking trip, or even after growing them and picking them from your own garden.
Cut up a handful of the strawberries.
Pour half of a large tub of fat free natural yoghurt into a mixer and add the cut up strawberries and mix.
Pour some of the other half (about a 1/3 full) into the ice pop moulds.
Slice up another hand full of strawberries and add a few of these to the ice moulds.
Pour in the strawberry yoghurt mix on top of the fresh strawberries so that the ice moulds are now 2/3rds full.
Fill up the ice pop moulds with the remainder of the plain yoghurt
Place in the freezer – because of the yoghurt these take a little longer to freezer than those made with juice I left them in 24 hours before we ate them but I think after 6 hours they were probably frozen enough to eat.
Fat-Free Strawberry Ice-cream Pops for kids
- Fat Free Natural Yoghurt
- Ice pop moulds
- Wash and chop a small handful of strawberries.
- Pour half a tub of fat free natural yoghurt into the mixer, add the chopped strawberries and blend.
- Pour some of the reserved yoghurt into the ice pop moulds. Fill them about 1/3 full.
- Chop another handful of strawberries and place a few into the ice moulds.
- Pour in the strawberry yoghurt mix on top of the fresh strawberries until the ice moulds are 2/3 full.
- Fill up the ice pop moulds with the remainder of the plain yoghurt.
- Place in the freezer for 6+ hours until frozen.
Cerys is a marine biologist, environmental educator, teacher, mum, and home educator from the UK. She loves getting creative, whether it is with simple and easy crafts and ideas, activities to make learning fun, or delicious recipes that you and your kids can cook together you'll find them all shared here on Rainy Day Mum.