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Oh my goodness June. Beautiful June. Welcome back into my life. Please bring your late sunsets, your easy-breezy attitude, and your abundance of fresh berries, ready to be transformed into breakfast Berry Parfait Yogurt Popsicles.

Berry Parfait Breakfast Yogurt Popsicles

After suffering three summers of watching my Pinterest feed be dominated by brightly hued homemade popsicles, I finally ordered this highly rated popsicle mold from Amazon last week.

It cost less than $15—I’ve spent that much on cheese without thinking twice about it. Why oh why did I wait so long to bring this simple, special treat into my life?

Silly though it may sound, pulling these beautiful berry parfait yogurt popsicles from their molds filled me with the pure joy of childhood summers spent running through the sprinklers and riding bikes to our neighborhood shaved ice stand.

I see many happy homemade popsicle days ahead.

Like a parfait on a stick! Breakfast Yogurt Popsicles

Why I Love These Creamy Yogurt Popsicles

Growing up, popsicles came from a box and were reserved for dessert after softball games or nights when our AC wasn’t cooperating.

Now that I’m an adult with full control over my dietary choices, I can eat popsicles for breakfast.

These berry parfait yogurt popsicles are made of all of the same healthy ingredients you’d find in a classic yogurt parfait, but frozen in popsicle form so that you can take them to go, stay cool when your AC is on the brink, and experience childhood popsicle joy on an otherwise mundane Monday morning.

  • To make the yogurt popsicles, I started by cooking fruit on the stove with a bit of honey, which breaks the fruit down and keeps it soft enough to bite into once it is frozen into the yogurt popsicles—no cracking of teeth on hard frozen strawberry nuggets please.
  • I heated strawberries and blueberries separately so that I could layer them into pretty red and blue stripes, but feel free to mix a few different types of fruit together, keep it simple with one, or swap in other summer fruits you love. (I plan to fill my freezer with peach yogurt popsicles this July.)
For a summer breakfast to go, make these Parfait Breakfast Yogurt Popsicles

For the full parfait experience, I also layered in granola, which I was delighted to discover that, when mixed with the yogurt, softens into heavenly bites reminiscent of oatmeal cookie dough. Swoon.

Finally, holding our popsicles together is powerhouse Greek yogurt, which provides 8 grams of protein per popsicle.

These pretty parfaits on a stick are both filling and a tasty way to munch one of your three recommended daily dairy servings.

Greek Yogurt Popsicles Storage Tips

  • To Store. Store leftover popsicles in an airtight freezer-safe storage container in the freezer for up to 3 weeks. Remove and enjoy as desired.

More Tasty Greek Yogurt Treats

The perfect to-go summer breakfast and snack: Berry Breakfast Yogurt Popsicles.

Berry Parfait Yogurt Popsicles

4.50 from 2 votes
Yogurt popsicles made with your favorite parfait ingredients like berries, granola and honey. A perfect healthy breakfast or snack you can take to go!

Prep: 20 minutes
Cook: 10 minutes
Total: 6 hours 45 minutes

Servings: 6 popsicles


  • 3 cups fresh or frozen fruit, roughly chopped if large: strawberries (about 1 1/2 pints), cherries, whole blueberries, raspberries, peaches, blackberries, plums—pick your favorite!
  • 2-4 tablespoons honey, maple syrup, or agave, divided
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1 1/2 cups plain Greek yogurt
  • 1/4 cup milk (any kind dairy/non-dairy will do—I used skim) omit if using regular vs. Greek yogurt
  • 2/3 cup prepared granola


  • In a small saucepan, combine the fruit and 2 tablespoons honey. Stir gently to combine. Turn the pan to medium-high heat, then bring the fruit to steady simmer. Let cook until the fruit is a thick and jammy consistency, about 8 to 10 minutes (some fruit may need longer). Stir often so that the fruit does not burn. Remove from heat, stir in the vanilla extract, then let cool to room temperature.
  • In a small bowl or measuring cup, stir together the Greek yogurt, milk and 1 tablespoon of honey. Taste and add additional honey a little at a time until you reach your desired sweetness. Place the granola in a small bowl, then mix it with 1/4 cup of the prepared yogurt mixture. This coats the granola and will help it soften and freeze into the popsicles.
  • Arrange a popsicle mold on your work surface. With a small spoon, place a generous dollop of yogurt into the bottom of each. Next, add a small scoop of granola, then a spoonful of the cooked fruit, lightly tapping the mold on the counter between layers to remove any air pockets. Continue layering the yogurt, granola, and fruit until the molds are filled. Tap the molds on the counter once more, then insert the popsicle stick. Freeze until solid, 6 hours or overnight.
  • To unmold the yogurt popsicles, run the mold under hot water for a few seconds (the time needed will vary based upon the temperature of your freezer). Gently remove and enjoy!


Wish you had a popsicle mold right now? I have and love this one (and it’s inexpensive too!).
In a hurry? Swap the cooked fruit for 1 cup of your favorite jam (though depending upon which jam you select, the resulting popsicles may be higher in sugar).
Leftover yogurt popsicles will keep in the freezer for several weeks.

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Erin Clarke

Hi, I'm Erin Clarke, and I'm fearlessly dedicated to making healthy food that's affordable, easy-to-make, and best of all DELISH. I'm the author and recipe developer here at and of The Well Plated Cookbook. I adore both sweets and veggies, and I am on a mission to save you time and dishes. WELCOME!

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  1. Oh Erin – these sound absolutely fabulous and don’t even get me started on how they look! Wow!

  2. what a great treat! thanks for the Popsicle mold rec too. i have one but it doesn’t work very well, so maybe i need to get a new one this year. sounds good!

  3. Can’t wait to make these – my kiddos will be thrilled to have these as a treat (and will likely want them for breakfast too)! Also, I found these same popsicle molds at TJ Maxx for $6.99 + tax. I didn’t even know they were highly rated on Amazon – so what an awesome deal! :)

  4. These look and sound delicious! Do you think it would work the same with regular yogurt? I just can’t seem to get myself to like greek yogurt no matter how hard I try.

    1. Hi Amanda! You can definitely use regular yogurt. I would suggest omitting the milk though (or using less then called for), since regular yogurt is already thinner than Greek yogurt. You want it to be a consistency that is just barely pourable. Great question, and I hope you love them if you try them!

  5. My kids are so picky when it comes to fruits and vegetables, and even more so when they I convince them to have some yogurt. I hope they’ll love it. Thank you so much! 5 stars

  6. These look so delicious….gotta order some Popsicle molds from Amazon… thanks for the tip… do you know if the skinny popsicle mold is good as the one you have ? I think I would like to have them both…..

  7. These look so pretty and I LOVE the surprise of granola in them.  Definitely pinning this recipe so I can try them soon.  :)

  8. Do you have nutritional info for these? Mainly calories. I didn’t see it with the recipe. They look yummy!

    1. Hi Lissa! I started adding nutrition info in 2016, and unfortunately it’s too time consuming to go back and add it to recipes published before that. If you’re interested, an online calculator like MyFitnessPal may be a helpful resource!

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