gourmet yogurt pops • A Subtle Revelry

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.

  1. Emily

    12 April

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

  2. Gloria

    12 April

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

  3. Lena

    12 April

    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

    12 April

    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

    13 April

    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

    13 April

    Those look so good!

  14. Mareike

    13 April

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

  15. Corrie Anne

    13 April

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

  16. Stephie

    13 April

    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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  26. Annie

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    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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