I got a popsicle mold and I am on a roll my friends. Since I made these 3 Ingredient Dreamsicles , I knew I needed to add in something peanut butter chocolatey. If I am making a choice of frozen treats, I often waffle back and forth between the peanut butter or chocolate items and the fruity goodness. I sometimes choose both! You can choose both too because these Peanut Butter Yogurt Pops are full of the good stuff.
I admit the chocolate drizzle and dry roasted peanuts in the photo are for added dramatic effect, but they are also delicious. So , if you want to add a few ingredients, I’ll give you the instructions for that part in the recipe notes. I am all about that dramatic effect. I mean before I add the garnish, it’s just a peanut butter pop. Sure you’re excited to try it, because you’re like me and you love peanut butter. Add the drizzle and the peanuts, and suddenly this healthy-ish dessert looks irresistible. I will also say I love the way the salty peanuts play against the sweetness.
I use Greek yogurt in these because it’s such a magical ingredient. The pops are super creamy without adding any cream. I recommend smooth peanut butter here. If you like crunch, you can stir in some of your favorite crunchy peanut butter.
I really hope you make these Peanut Butter Yogurt Pops. They are a healthy and cool treat you can enjoy with zero guilt. If you make these, please tag me on Instagram @FreshFitKitchen. I love to see your creations.
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Peanut Butter Yogurt Pops
- 1 cup Vanilla Greek Nonfat Yogurt
- 1/3 cup Smooth Peanut Butter
- 1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 3 tbsp. Honey,optional
- In a blender add the Greek yogurt, peanut butter, almond milk and honey (if using). Blend until well incorporated.
- You want this to be pourable so if it's a bit thick, just add a touch more almond milk. The mixture will vary depending on the peanut butter you use. I like to use a natural peanut butter that is no stir. That is you don't have that layer of oil on top. Extra oil will not be good for the pops.
- Pour the mixture into the popsicle molds and freeze for 2-3 hours. Make sure you leave 1/2 inch of headway in the molds. This allows the popsicles to expand when frozen. To remove them from the molds, run a little warm water over the mold for about 30 seconds.