Greek Yoghurt & Berry Ice Lollies

  • Servings : 4
  • Prep Time : 5m
  • Cook Time : 0m
  • Ready In : 2:0 h

These homemade fruit smoothie ice-lollies are perfect for summer and taste INCREDIBLE!

They are made from just two main ingredients (with three more added for flavour) and are super versatile if you wanted to tailor them to your personal taste preferences! The greek yoghurt provides calcium & protein and the fruit is a fantastic source of antioxidants & soluble fibre :).

To make these lollies you will need a blender, plastic ice lollie maker (like the one pictured below) and a freezer!

Thank you to Sainsbury’s for challenging me to create a healthy alternative to regular ice-lollies!!


ice lolly maker



  • 1/2 cup (125ml/g) 2% fat Greek yoghurt
  • 200g chopped strawberries
  • 1 tbsp sweetener/honey (optional)
  • 1 tsp vanilla (optional)
  • small handful of blueberries (optional)


Greek yoghurt ice lollies



Step 1

Add the yoghurt, strawberries, sweetener & vanilla into a blender* and blend until smooth

Step 2

Pour the mixture into your ice lolly moulds (this recipe makes 4!) and add any extra fruit pieces

Step 3

Freeze overnight or until firm then enjoy! - TIP: to make the ice lollies come out easily run the plastic under warm water for a few moments!

*I have a Tribest Personal Blender 250 which I have reviewed in a separate blog post!


Yoghurt smoothie ice lollie

What are your favourite ice lolly combinations?!


UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who sends me pictures of my recipes on Twitter & Facebook – here are a selection!!

Yoghurt ice lollyMade with strawberries, milk and yoghurt!


*Sainsbury’s provided me with a voucher to buy the ingredients for this recipe. I do not promote any products featured over others. This blog post contains affiliate links. Please read my disclaimer page for more information.

Category: Product #: Regular price:$ (Sale ends ) Available from: Condition: Good ! Order now!
Reviewed by on. Rating:
Recipe Type: Tags: , , , , Ingredients: ,
Average Member Rating

(5 / 5)

5 5 3
Rate this recipe

3 people rated this recipe

Related Recipes:
  • How to Make an Acai Bowl

  • Low Calorie Healthy Hummus Recipe

  • Banana, Kiwi & Spinach Smoothie

  • Carrot, Orange & Banana Smoothie

  • Blueberry & Cinnamon Chia Seed Jam

Nutritional Info

This information is per serving.

  • Calories

    42 Kcal
  • Carbs

  • Protein

  • Fat


Recipe Comments

Comments (8)

  1. posted by Foodie Laura on June 24, 2014

    I just got a slushie maker and I’m absolutely loving controlling exactly what goes into my chilled treats too.

  2. posted by Jo on June 24, 2014

    Yum..these look delish! Any reason that you used 2% fat yogurt instead of 0%? Does it make them creamier tasting, or will it not work with 0%?

    • posted by Nics Nutrition on June 24, 2014

      Hello! I’ve found that ice crystals form if you use fat-free, but give it a go – the texture just isn’t as perfect 🙂 x

  3. posted by Stephanie on June 27, 2014

    Thanks for posting my pic 🙂 they are so yummy. Going to try it with less oat milk next time & more yoghurt 🙂

  4. posted by Charlotte on September 28, 2014

    Made this today but used an over-ripe banana instead and it tasted delicious. Thanks for the perfect guilt free treat to have during our Aussie summers 😀

    • posted by Nics Nutrition on September 28, 2014

      Ooh love that twist!! Thank you so much for your comment 🙂 x


Post A Comment

× 2 = fourteen