Homemade Greek Froyo

By Kira O’Donnell

Yay!!! The warmer weather is finally here!!!I am totally a hot weather person and look forward to when my hot coffees turn into iced coffees and when my boots become flip flops 🙂

And then there is the ice cream and sno-cones….


A nice frozen treat is so refreshing on a hot day but can sure wreak havoc on our nutrition if we aren’t careful.

Anytime I’m watching kids, it is almost a guarantee that if I look in the freezer there are bound to be sugar loaded Popsicle and Freeze Pops, ice cream sandwiches and cartons, and all sorts of new yummy treats.


I am usually pretty good at resisting the temptation of such deliciousness but I can only imagine how challenging that can be to look at every day!

Today, I’m here to offer you a healthy substitution that the whole family won’t be able to get enough of.

One of my favorite childhood memories is my mom showing my sister and I how to make our own frozen yogurt pops. They were so easy for us to do ourselves which made us love them even more.  My mom would buy us our favorite containers of yogurt and get us our supplies and we were left to create. I recently had a craving for one of these but realize that prepackaged yogurts are still loaded with sugars and high fructose corn syrups. So I did what I had to… I made it fat loss friendly!


Homemade Greek Froyo


  • Small plastic cups(ramekins), little paper mouthwash sized cups, or a silicone mold (I found a silicone brownie pop mold at Michael’s that worked really well)
  • Mini Popsicle sticks


  • Container of plain Greek yogurt
  • Stevia
  • Cocoa Powder (for chocolate)
  • Sugar Free Chocolate Pudding Mix (for chocolate)
  • Sliced Strawberries (for strawberry flavored)
  • Sugar Free Cheesecake Pudding Mix (for strawberry flavored)
  • Directions:

  • Chocolate: I mixed unsweetened cocoa powder, sugar free chocolate pudding mix, and Stevia to desired taste to the bowl of Greek yogurt.
  • Strawberry Cheesecake: I mixed sugar free cheesecake pudding mix, sliced strawberries, and Stevia to desired taste to the bowl of Greek yogurt.
  • Once ingredients are mixed together spoon the yogurt into the cups or mold.
  • Then place a mini popsicle stick in the center of each one. Finally place the cups or mold in the freezer.
  • Once the pops are completely frozen they are ready to enjoy. They make need to sit out for a minute or two before easily popping right out of the cup or mold.
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    So easy, delicious, refreshing, and so fat loss friendly!

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