These Peanut Butter Chocolate Greek Yogurt Popsicles are a must for summer time snacks or any time the craving hits! They’re easy to make – just three main ingredients– and the perfect healthy treat! This greek yogurt popsicle recipe is full of nutritious ingredients, you can even enjoy them for breakfast!
So I finally started reading The Book of Joy while up north on our mini 4th of July vacation. I say “finally” because I bought the books in the winter months of this year, and for whatever reason, it has taken me this long to sit down with it and actually start reading it.
Summertime brings out the book nerd in me. Although not as much anymore, unfortunately. Growing up, I loved to read. In middle school, Pal and I used to use our weekends to wander Barnes & Noble, searching through the Young Adults section. We had a really awesome librarian at our middle school who started a Girls and Books club–GAB for short–and always chose the best books for us to read. I’ll admit I still love some of those books, even though they are clearly meant for teenagers. I haven’t read a novel in quite some time actually. I always think about falling back to reading the Harry Potter series again because that never gets old for me.
But instead of getting lost in the HP series this summer, I decided I would dedicate some time to personal development. I think this year I have become more self-aware than ever, and have much more gratitude in various areas of my life, especially the little things. Which brings me to these Peanut Butter Chocolate Greek Yogurt Popsicles! Because hot dayum are they good! Now that I’ve made these Greek yogurt popsicles I am a little obsessed. I want to make all the pops!
How to Make Peanut Butter Greek Yogurt Popsicles
This is actually only the second time I’ve used my popsicle mold – but the method of making these healthy greek yogurt popsicles is super easy! All you need is a popsicle mold, popsicle sticks, and a few hours!
Ingredients for Peanut Butter Chocolate Popsicles with Greek Yogurt
A Few Tips on Ingredients:
- I used vanilla whole milk Greek yogurt for extra creaminess and the best flavor. If you opt to do plain yogurt and add your own sweetener like honey, the mixture may not turn out as creamy and thick. I would just go for the flavored vanilla here.
- I also added a little bit of granola at the bottom of the popsicles for a fun crunch to finish off the treat!
- These Peanut Butter Chocolate Greek Yogurt Popsicles include nutritious and delicious ingredients, they are basically healthy enough for breakfast 😉
How to Store Peanut Butter Chocolate Greek Yogurt Popsicles
In the freezer, of course! Once your peanut butter and chocolate greek yogurt pops are fully set, run some hot water under the popsicle mold for easy removal.
To store in the freezer, place in a large plastic freezer storage bag or container, directly from frozen, and enjoy anytime the craving strikes! This peanut butter chocolate Greek yogurt popsicle recipe will keep for up to one month.
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- In a medium bowl, mix together 3/4 cup vanilla Greek yogurt with the creamy peanut butter. Set aside.
- In a separate medium bowl, mix together 1/2 cup vanilla Greek yogurt with cacao powder.
- Place 3 tablespoons of chocolate chips in small microwave-proof bowl. Melt chocolate chips in 10-15 second increments, stirring in between until fully melted. Add this mixture into chocolate Greek yogurt. If Greek yogurt mixture hardens slightly, just pop back in microwave for another 10 seconds and stir until smooth.
- Start dividing peanut butter yogurt into popsicle molds (I actually used a plastic baggie and cut corner to “pipe” in). Once a third of the way full, repeat this process with chocolate yogurt. Then fill up the rest of the mold with the remaining peanut butter yogurt, leaving enough room for granola, if you’d like.
- Insert popsicle sticks into molds, then fill with granola and drizzle with a bit of honey so it sticks. Place popsicles in freezer for 4-6 hours, or until completely frozen. Once ready to eat, run popsicle molds under hot water to remove.
- If making chocolate drizzle, melt 2 TBS chocolate chips in small bowl for 10-15 seconds, until fully melted. Drizzle over frozen popsicles placed on baking sheet or parchment paper. Allow chocolate to set – enjoy!
Prep time includes freezer time.
This recipe first appeared on Instagram in partnership with Chobani. This post is not sponsored or endorsed by Chobani.