Summer memories are made with recipes like these refreshing Blueberry Compote Popsicles! Vanilla greek yogurt with a homemade blueberry compote layered together in a delicious frozen treat.
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It’s a HOT summer here in Florida, and I have been wanting to make some fun homemade popsicles for my kids. I just got a new silicone popsicle mold, so I decided to start by remaking this older recipe from the blog.
I started with a vanilla greek yogurt base for my popsicles. Then, I cooked up a homemade blueberry compote. Adding them together makes one incredible icy treat!
I was debating what type of popsicle mold to make and decided to go with silicone. I’ve really liked this mold so far! It is very easy to use and clean and the popsicles come out easily. It also came with popsicle sticks, storage bags for finished popsicles and tools for filling and cleaning the popsicle molds.
Just look at how pretty these pops are! I love how the compote created pretty designs when combined with the greek yogurt. These popsicles are sure to delight adults and kids alike.
The blueberry compote is so simple. You can use either fresh or frozen blueberries to make it.
Want to make these popsicles lower in sugar? Vanilla greek yogurt is typically sweetened with sugar so use plain greek yogurt instead. If you want to add some flavor and natural sweetness to the yogurt, you can mix in some maple syrup or honey.
This post originally appeared on A Savory Feast in May 2015. The images and post have been updated.