Blood Orange and Chocolate Yogurt Popsicles
Blood orange and chocolate yogurt popsicles are a treat that you can feel good about eating. Plus they taste great and are unbelievably refreshing.
I’m so excited to be taking part in Frozen Treat Week this week with our lovely hosts Nutmeg Nanny and Katie’s Cucina. You’ll see tons of fun frozen treats: ice cream, shakes, ice pops, maybe some granitas,
Lots of ice pops (aka popsicles) here on Rachel Cooks because I’m obsessed. Have you seen my funfetti pudding pops? Obsessed. Or perhaps Andes mint pudding pops? Or how about a soda fountain favorite, root beer float popsicles?
Popsicles are quick to make and delicious to eat. Perfect for busy moms! Your kids will love them too. Summer on a stick! What could be better?
Blood orange and chocolate yogurt popsicles are made with one 6 ounce container of Chobani yogurt (they aren’t paying me for this!) and mini chocolate chips. That’s it! The recipe makes one popsicle (depending on the size of the mold), but you could easily double or triple it to make more popsicles.
The best part of this recipe is that you could customize it using whatever type of yogurt you like. There are so many yogurt flavors to choose from. Coconut chocolate would be amazing. Cherry chocolate? Yes! Strawberry would be like a frozen chocolate covered strawberry. Fun and tasty and not too bad for the waistline!
PS: These are the popsicle molds I use.
More frozen treats!
Looking for easy ways to cool off? Try these summer time recipes (but you don’t have to wait until summer to try them)!
- Orange creamsicle popsicles – with vanilla bean and orange zest
- Yogurt popsicles with chia – only 2 healthy ingredients
- Blueberry lemon popsicles – for those of you who love a little tartness
- Homemade pudding pops – a basic recipe that you can customize endlessly and easily
- Strawberry milkshake with fresh basil
- Mojito milkshake with lime
- Maple whiskey milkshake with espresso – adults only!
- Orange creamsicle magic shell – learn how to make this popular ice cream topping
- 1 6-ounce container of non-fat blood orange Chobani Greek yogurt
- 1 tablespoon mini semisweet chocolate chips
- Mix together yogurt and chocolate chips. Fill popsicle mold and tap down gently to remove any air pockets. Freeze until solid. Remove from mold and enjoy!
- Experiment with different flavors of Greek yogurt. There are so many to choose from!
- Yield will vary, depending on the size of your popsicle mold.
- Recipe can easily be doubled, tripled, etc.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 256Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 52mgCarbohydrates: 46gFiber: 5gSugar: 37gProtein: 14g
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Husband’s take (we shared): He liked it. Being the traditionalist that he is, he’d probably choose a plain chocolate popsicle over this one, but he wasn’t complaining.
Changes I would make: None are necessary but it will be fun to try out different flavors of yogurt.