gourmet yogurt pops

We have finally had our first truly warm week here! To celebrate I made yogurt pops. I’ve been inspired by many stores selling gourmet Popsicles this season and decided to add in a bit of baking glitter, sprinkles and colorful stars for the kids. The turned out really pretty and tasted great when devoured on a lazy warm afternoon.


To make yogurt pops, I froze purchased flavored yogurt into Popsicle molds. This was my first attempt at the method and the came our great. A party line up of all pink would come together in just a few minutes and would be perfect for an afternoon brunch. Making an assortment of flavors would make a bright end a summer dinner party.

To add in the gourmet flair, I removed the Popsicles from their molds once frozen and sprinkled on edible baking glitter and other baking goodies. Since the Popsicle are a bit sticky every think stuck right into place.

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Posted April 12, 2012
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28 Responses to “gourmet yogurt pops”

  1. Emily says:

    These are lovely! What a great idea to dress them up with sprinkles. Fun fun!

  2. Gloria says:

    So pretty! I love that these are made with store bought yogurt – what a deceptively simple treat!

  3. Lena says:

    How delicious, and so pretty!

  4. Love this, definitely making these in time for the warmer weather this weekend!

  5. these looks SO GOOD! Thanks for sharing!

  6. andrea says:

    these look awesome victoria! i love the glittered ones!

  7. How have I lived without baking glitter for so long. These look so yummy and so simple…the perfect combination.

  8. These are so pretty I would have a hard time wanting to eat them! I wander if the soy yoghurt would freeze the same…? I might have to test it out! :-)

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  10. Emily says:

    Oh my goodness–those look delicious!


  11. That’s it. These have to be the best darn popsicles in town. They look simply delicious! Such a great post with amazing photos.

    Shared over here today!


  12. These look amazing! Can’t wait to try them. Thanks for sharing. :)

  13. Freya says:

    Those look so good!

  14. Mareike says:

    There are beautiful! It’s a funny idea to decorate them!

  15. Corrie Anne says:

    Those are beautiful SO happy for warmer weather myself! and I’ve been eyeing the edible glitter for quite some time now!

  16. Stephie says:

    These look amazing Victoria – the photos are just beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I love the ceramics you featured earlier in the week too. I am off to investigate further.

    Thank for all the inspiration and have a wonderful weekend, Stephie x

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  18. Oh my word, Victoria! Edible glitter + popsicles = too great for words ;) You’re a genius, and I think I say (or at least think that) a few times a day.

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  25. Annie says:

    Love love love it!!! Live in Palm Springs and these will be PERFECT summer treats!!! Any recommendations on where to get good Popsicle molds?? XO

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