Strawberry pistachio yogurt popsicles (4-ingredient)


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The next time that after dinner sweet craving strikes, how about one of these 4-ingredient fruit popsicles? There’s nothing in them but strawberries, yogurt, pistachios and honey – certainly nothing to feel guilty about!

A closeup of strawberry pistachio yoghurt popsicles in a white dish on a blue background and with strawberries in the background.

Mr. Scrummy and I have a long-established routine of parking ourselves on the sofa over dinner and an episode of a Netflix series. After dinner’s done with, the sweet craving always strikes.

Usually it’s chocolate or cake this naughty couple’s indulging in, but lately we’ve switched over to… ice lollies!! (Don’t laugh… this is really what we call popsicles here in the UK.)

For me it’s been a delicious strawberry, lime and pineapple twisty thing with a combination of frozen fruity ice lolly and ice cream that’s been tempting me, while Simon’s been having fruity lollies with marshmallow flavoured ice cream inside.

Well, you see, we’ve been watching a great new Netflix series called ‘Stranger Things’. Have you seen it? It’s a good one! It’s got a sort of 80s kids’ movie vibe to it, so what better dessert to have while watching it than kids’ ice lollies? Just perfect!

The only problem is, they’re loaded with sugar, and not that cheap, either. Which is why I decided to order a popsicle mould and make some healthier and cheaper ones for myself.

This fan of all-things-Greek is hugely addicted to Greek yoghurt, as you can well imagine, so my first thought was to make something incorporating this. I decided to blend up some strawberries and layer it up in the moulds with the yoghurt. At the last minute, remembering a really delicious ice cream I used to buy often, I also decided to throw some pistachio nuts into the yoghurt.

Collage of strawberries in a food processor and then after being pureed.
Blend up the strawberries…
Collage of 2 images showing pistachios being stirred into yogurt, and yogurt popsicles in moulds.
Stir the pistachios into the yogurt, then layer up with strawberries in the moulds.

I was really pleased with the result!

The only thing I got wrong at first was that my lollies weren’t really sweet enough, but this was easily rectified by adding some honey into the mix.

Strawberries aren’t your only option here, of course. I’m thinking blueberries, peaches, pineapple, raspberries. I think all these would work.

A bowl of strawberry pistachio yoghurt popsicles on a pink plate and blue background with strawberries around it.

Fill up those moulds, stuff them in the freezer, park yourself on the sofa with a good Netflix series, and you can stuff yourself with popsicles to your heart’s content – and without feeling guilty!

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Strawberry pistachio yogurt popsicles (4-ingredient)

Delicious fresh fruit and yogurt popsicles made with just 4 ingredients - blended strawberries, Greek yogurt, pistachio nuts and honey to give it a bit of sweetness. So simple and delicious!
Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 6 hours
Total: 6 hours 15 minutes
Servings: 10 popsicles


  • 14 ounces strawberries, washed
  • 4 tablespoons honey, plus extra to taste
  • 2 1/4 ounces Greek Yogurt
  • 5 ounces pistachios, shelled weight


  • Whizz the strawberries in a food processor until smooth. Add 2 tablespoons honey and whizz again to combine. Taste and add more honey if you like.
  • Add the Greek yogurt to a medium-sized bowl and stir through the pistachios and 2 more tablespoons honey. Pour in about a third of the strawberry mixture and stir a few times to create a swirly effect.
  • Spoon alternative layers of strawberries and yogurt mixture into your popsicle moulds, leaving a little bit of space at the top to allow for expansion during freezing.
  • Add your popsicle sticks and lid (if your mould has a lid) and freeze for at least 6 hours, or overnight.


Popsicles can sometimes be a little tricky to remove from their moulds! I get mine out of the freezer about 10 minutes before I’m going to eat them, then run the moulds under a warm tap to help release them.
I find these are best eaten soon after freezing. If you leave them in the moulds for too long (a week, let's say), unappetizing ice crystals can form. If you'd like to save some or all of the popsicles for later, however, I'd recommend removing from the moulds, wrapping individually in grease-proof or baking paper and sealing in plastic bags before putting back in the freezer.


Calories: 121kcal, Carbohydrates: 14g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 6g, Sodium: 3mg, Potassium: 219mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 10g, Vitamin A: 60IU, Vitamin C: 24.2mg, Calcium: 28mg, Iron: 0.8mg
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Strawberry pistachio yogurt popsicles in a rectangular white dish on a blue background with strawberries scattered around.

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  1. I always crave something sweet after dinner, these are a great idea!

  2. These popsicles look delicious, Helen! The perfect summertime treat. I love how easy they are to make! 🙂

  3. These look perfect Helen! Love the colors and pictures! Need to check these series out!

  4. haha, lolly is so much more fun to say than popsicle! 🙂 I love the flavor combo of these and that they’re healthy and simple to make. Wins all the way around.

    I’ve been wondering about Stranger Things. Will have to check it out…

    Have a wonderful weekend, Helen!

    1. Glad you approve of my ‘lollies’, Denise! The funny thing is that in Australia ‘lollies’ are what we call ‘sweets’ over here, or ‘candies’ where you are. So complicated!

  5. Loving the bright red of the strawberries in these Helen! I’d love these for a cooling snack any tie of the day 🙂

  6. I love a strawberry ice lolly. I recently made my own (and I have the same mold as you) but yours are so much fancier than mine. I’m loving the yoghurt and pistachios.

  7. Helen, I grew up in Sri Lanka and we called popsicles “ice lollies” too! And I must say, your ice lollies are GORGEOUS!!! Wow! Love love the pistachios in that yogurt layer.
    My daughter and I sure do Netflix binge from time to time – I need to look up Stranger Things – we are currently watching Hart of Dixie!

  8. We’ve been looking for a new Netflix series, we’ll have to check it out! Thanks for the recommendation! I’ve also been looking for a guilt free dessert, so this is perfect! Maybe I’ll even have 2 after dinner 😉