Cool Off With These Creamy 5-Ingredient Summer Popsicles

Hey guys!

I always love making popsicles because they bring me straight back to my childhood. We didn’t have them often, but there was always something so special about getting a popsicle (even the super simple Otterpop ones) in the summer.

If you need some kind of sweet treat to make for the 4th of July, I vote you make these Creamy Layered Summer Popsicles. They’re light and cool (necessary in this heat), super festive (who doesn’t love going extra for the 4th?!), and easy to make so you can spend more time celebrating.

Ahhhh how PRETTY, right?!!

These take a little time to make but only so they can freeze! You only need to spend a few minutes on each layer, and you only need a handful of ingredients! These popsicles are made with fresh strawberries and blueberries, coconut cream, yogurt and honey. THAT’S IT!

I looooove having the creamy yogurt layer between the layers of fruit. It’s kinda like having ice cream and a popsicle which is really the best of both worlds.

Oh, and before we get to the details – if you want to make this recipe vegan, just use plant-based yogurt and swap the honey for a different sweetener like maple syrup, monk fruit, or your favorite!

Yayyyy grab your popsicle molds and let’s go make some Creamy Layered Summer Popsicles! 

Your Creamy Summer Popsicle Recipe! 


Strawberry Layer:

– 2 cups fresh strawberries (will make ~1 cup fresh strawberry puree)
– 2 Tbsp coconut cream
– 1 tsp honey

Yogurt Layer:

– 1 cup plain yogurt
– 1 tsp honey

Blueberry Layer:

– 2 cups fresh blueberries (to make ~1 cup blueberry puree)
– 2 Tbsp coconut cream
– 1 tsp honey


Fruit Purees

  1. Add blueberries to a small saucepan over medium heat. Cook until berries break down and become syrupy. Add your choice of sweetener if needed! Strain through a fine mesh sieve to remove seeds (optional). Cool.
  2. Repeat step 1 with strawberries.


Popsicle Layers

  1. Combine Strawberry Layer ingredients and carefully pour into the bottom of popsicle molds. Freeze until set, at least 30 minutes.
  2. Combine yogurt and honey. Carefully pour or spoon over strawberry layer. Add popsicle stick and freeze until set.
  3. Combine Blueberry Layer ingredients. Carefully pour final layer into popsicle mold.
  4. Freeze at least 2 hours

Recipe Notes!

– This will make about 4 popsicles, but it depends on the size of your molds.
– If you don’t have popsicle molds, use paper cups!
– I would add the popsicle stick when you pour the second layer, but it may depend on the size of your mold.
– To make this recipe vegan, just use dairy-free yogurt and swap the honey for a different sweetener like maple syrup or monk fruit syrup. You will need to adjust the amounts to taste!
– Use any fruit you like!

Nutrition Info

Serving size – 1 popsicle

Calories: 151
Fat: 4.4g
Carbs: 26g
Fiber: 3g
Protein: 4g

Note – this information is approximate and will vary depending on the size of your popsicle mold and any recipe variation you use.

This recipe is so much fun! And honestly just so perfect for a cookout, pool day, or pretty much anything you have planned.

I wanna know when you make this! Tag me on Instagram or let me know in the comments! These Creamy Layered Patriotic Popsicles are toooootally IG-worthy.

If you love this recipe, there are more healthy desserts like this one in my 90 Day Journey Meal Plans!

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  1. noa says:

    Hi, I’m Noa and I’m almost 12 years old as you are good with recipes you can create a diet with your recipes and detox drinks

  2. Mel says:

    They tasted great but mine did not freeze hard enough to stay on the stick when doing it in 3 layers.

    1. blogilates says:

      I would leave it longer in the freezer next time!

  3. Claudia says:

    Hi! Is there anything I could use instead of coconut cream? I wanna do it with my boyfriend and sadly he’s allergic to coconut:(

    1. Julie says:

      I think just yogurt would be a good choice or kefir