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These vanilla Greek yogurt funfetti popsicles are super cute and easy to make – only 4 ingredients are needed! Kids and adults alike will love them!

vanilla Greek yogurt funfetti popsicles on a blue counter

I’m not going to say that these are healthy, but there are definitely worse popsicles out there for you. Greek yogurt and almond milk form the “batter”, and vanilla extract and sprinkles provide the fun. They’re deliciously creamy and have a nice, soft texture.

This is the first thing I made in my new popsicle mold. I really wanted to make something fun, and rainbow sprinkles automatically make things fun (in my world anyway). I just need some sparkles and unicorns, and we’re all set.

a stack of three Greek yogurt funfetti popsicles with one that has a bite taken

I really like this popsicle mold.  I was happy to find one where I could use wooden popsicle sticks.

If you need one, you can buy it from Amazon here.

close-up of a vanilla Greek yogurt funfetti popsicle

Will you make these vanilla Greek yogurt funfetti popsicles?

These vanilla Greek yogurt funfetti popsicles are super cute and easy to make - only 4 ingredients are needed! Kids and adults alike will love them!
5 from 1 vote

Vanilla Greek Yogurt Funfetti Popsicles

Vanilla Greek yogurt funfetti popsicles - a fun treat kids and adults alike will love!
Prep: 10 minutes
Inactive time: 6 hours
Total: 6 hours 10 minutes
Servings: 8 popsicles


  • 2 cups vanilla Greek yogurt (I used 2%)
  • 1/2 cup vanilla almond milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/3 cup rainbow sprinkles


  • Ensure your popsicle mold/popsicle sticks are ready.
  • Combine the yogurt, almond milk, and vanilla extract (I just used a bowl & spoon). Once mixture is smooth, stir in sprinkles.
  • Immediately transfer mixture to the popsicle mold. Leave a little room at the top of each popsicle to allow for expansion when they freeze.
  • Insert popsicle sticks and then freeze for at least 6 hours. If you have trouble inserting the sticks right away (e.g. if they're wooden), I suggest freezing the popsicles for 2-3 hours then adding the sticks and freezing for another 4+ hours.


  • This recipe makes 8 (3 ounce) popsicles.
  • To easily remove popsicles from mold, fill sink with hot water and then carefully immerse the frozen part of the mold in the water for 8-10 seconds.
  • Tip: if you have a bowl that has a pouring spout, that's probably the best thing to use to combine the ingredients. It's then much easier to transfer it to the popsicle mold. If you don't have a bowl that easily pours, you can transfer the mixture to a measuring cup and then pour it into the mold.
  • This is the popsicle mold I used to make this recipe.

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  1. Maddi says:

    5 stars
    Best popsicles that me and my family have ever had.

    1. Natasha says:

      Wonderful! XO

  2. Thomas says:

    Great post! Have nice day ! 🙂 omhoa

  3. Rebecca says:

    Found this recipe via Buzzfeed! Looks amazing! I’m going to try these out at home. They don’t go icy due to no churn do they? Assuming the fat in the yoghurt provides enough stabiliser to avoid the icing effect.

    1. Natasha says:

      Thanks, Rebecca! I didn’t find that they went icy at all. If you kept them in the freezer for weeks, then they might, but they worked out fine for me. 🙂

  4. Hayley says:

    This looks delicious, but I have a nut allergy and can’t do almond milk. Is there something I could do to make a similar texture? Possibly using regular milk and more vanilla?


    1. Natasha says:

      Hi Hayley! I think using regular milk would work just fine. I don’t think you really need to adjust anything else unless you want a stronger vanilla flavor. 🙂 Hope you love these!

  5. Sisli Klima Servisi says:

    Looks so sweet