Dessert/ Snacks & Fingerfood/ Sweet/ Vegetarian

Yoghurt Popsicles: Forest Fruit and Banana-Pomegranate Molasses

9 August 2020

This heatwave definitely calls for some refreshing snacks and I love making these yoghurt popsicles so I can vary the ingredients and flavours as I please! I did have to photograph super quickly though, they were melting) super quickly.

Yoghurt Popsicles: Forest Fruit and Banana-Pomegranate Molasses

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Dessert, snack
By Saffron Serves: 8 small popsicles
Prep Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 15 minutes + freezing time


  • 2 cups yoghurt (low or full fat, up to you)
  • 2 - 3 tbsp condensed milk (start with 2 and add more after tasting)
  • 1 cup frozen fruit: forest fruit, mango, raspberries, whatever you fancy
  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 tbsp pomegranate molasses
  • Equipment needed
  • Popsicle moulds



Start by making the basis: in a blender add 2 cups of yoghurt (the amount depends on the size of your moulds) and 2-3 tbsp of condensed milk.


Give it good blend and taste, adjust either ingredient to your liking.


For the forest fruit version I used frozen fruit which I still had a box of in my freezer, fresh fruit will also be delicious.


Give it a quick pulse in the blender, but not too much so you keep the texture and colour of the fruit.


Mix it through half of the yoghurt mixture and pour into half of the moulds


For the banana-pomegranate molasses version I first blended a ripe banana and mixed it in the other half of the yoghurt mixture.


With a spoon swirl in the molasses, don’t over stir so you can keep the marble look (I over stirred a bit)


Pour into the rest of the moulds and freeze for at least 4 hours, better the next day. Enjoy!


For a healthier version you can use honey for the sweetener instead of condensed miil, but I love the flavour and texture it gives.

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