Sweet and Sour Cherry Yogurt Pops

Sweet and Sour Cherry Yogurt Pops are a tangy and refreshing summer treat!


I’m back with day two of “Frozen Treat Week,” a fun summery week of tons of delicious frozen recipes from a whole slew of fabulous bloggers. (Plus exciting giveaways…see below!!) I purchased a set of fancy popsicle molds for the occasion- knowing I’d want a wide variety of frozen deliciousness. They were easy to use and I am so excited to now have the option of popsicles whenever I want them!

I had a quart of greenmarket sweet and sour cherries dying to be used, and since it was about 150 degrees outside, some slightly sweet and also tangy yogurt pops sounded like just the thing. These took no time to make, were frozen solid in just a few hours- and tasted so SO good. If you haven’t had sour cherries they are really delicious- tangy with a little pucker- (but not too much!)



Sweet and Sour Cherry Yogurt Pops

Yield: 8 popsicles
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes


  • 2 cups vanilla flavored yogurt
  • 2 cups cherries, a combo of sweet and sour, or whatever you have.
  • sugar to taste*


  1. In a blender or food processor, combine all ingredients and puree until smooth, with a few bits of cherry intact.
  2. Pour into popsicle mold, add sticks and freeze for 4-5 hours or until solid.
  3. To pop out of the molds- run under hot water until they come right out.


*I used half sweet and half sour cherries and needed 1/8 cup of sugar to make them my desired sweetness. If you use all sour- you will need more and may not need any if using sweet cherries. Taste to see how you like it :)

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1 grams
Amount Per Serving: Unsaturated Fat: 0g

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And also make sure to check out the frozen deliciousness created by the rest of the participants! Check back on Friday for our final installment!

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Lavender Lemon Curd Frozen Yogurt from Nutmeg Nanny

Peanut Butter Cup Ripple Ice Cream from Eats Well With Others

Elvis Frozen Bananas from Foodie with Family

Ice Cream Sundae with Roasted Cherries from Cook the Story

Coconut Hibiscus Granita from Cooking with Books

Almost-Instant Healthy Mint Chocolate Chip Soft Serve from an Edible Mosaic

Raspberry and Riesling Sorbet Float from Sweet Remedy

Homemade Cookies & Cream Ice Cream from Chocolate & Carrots

Andes Mint Pudding Pops from Rachel Cooks

Berry Ice Cubes from Damn Delicious


  1. I am making my first ever popsicles today and am so excited! I love the mix of sweet and sour cherries in here…it’s so hard to find the sour ones but it is so worth it when you do!

  2. I need a popsicle mold! These look so good. I was on an ice cream making kick for a while but it’s a bit more of a hassle than popsicle-making…i really wanna make some :)

  3. These popsicles are GORGEOUS!! I find popsicles to be a difficult thing to photograph for some reason but your picture is just stunning. Love that these pops are healthy too! Yogurt, cherries, minimal sugar. Count me in!

  4. I’m nuts about cherries and so happy they’re now in season.
    This is a great idea, A.
    Your baby’s gonna love it when s/he’s old enough for popsicles. ;) xo

  5. The color of the popsicles is so gorgeous Audra, and I’m just loving your pics of them. I find popsicles hard to shoot but you nailed it :)

  6. I love sour cherries and I love that you paired them with yogurt. I love making ice pops at home and I love that I’m collecting all these yummy recipes :)

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