4th of July Popsicles

Molly and I had so much fun making these 4th of July popsicles! They are a healthy treat and we were excited to try them, but they didn’t turn out exactly as we planned. Not all of my DIYs turn out perfectly, but at least we had a good laugh. Have a look, and don’t be afraid to try these at home. I blame the popsicle molds…

Here’s what you need:

  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Greek Yogurt (Plain or Vanilla)
  • Sugar or sweetener (optional)
  • Blue Food Coloring (optional)
  • Blender
  • Popsicle Molds

What to do:

Blend strawberries together. Add water until consistency is thin enough to easily pour. Fill one-third of the popsicle mold with strawberry mixture. Freeze until hardened.

Whisk greek yogurt and water together until consistency is thin enough to easily pour. Pour over the strawberry mixture, so it fills two-thirds of the mold. Freeze until hardened.

Blend blueberries together. Add water until consistency is thin enough to easily pour. Fill the rest of the popsicle mold with the blueberry mixture. Freeze until hardened.

Once completely frozen, you're ready to serve!

Optional Steps

- Blueberry mixture may appear slightly purple. Add a few drops of blue food coloring to make the blue color richer.
- You may add sugar or another type of sweetener to any of the three layers for a sweeter treat.