Summer Berry Yogurt Ice Lollies

I’m determined to keep summer alive (I mean, it is still mid August) so I’m throwing it back to a lovely little recipe I made earlier in the season when the sun was shining, the temperature appropriately melting & the summer berries were coming into their own. I love the vibrant stained fingers that can only come from picking your own berries in the summer, it’s like the little joyful reminder that all of your hard work has payed off & something good is coming to reward you.

Summer Berry Yogurt Ice Lollies

Way back when the weather really was too hot for even me to be baking, I turned my attention to all things frozen & ice cream quickly became my new favourite creation. These pretty little summer berry yogurt ice lollies were the next step in my ice cream journey as I wanted to create something a little prettier & with far less effort (I mean, you don’t even have to scoop these!). These are a far quicker & lighter alternative for when the summer heat strikes, a simple mix of summer berries, greek yogurt & honey for sweetness, that’s it! Plus their colour reminds me of those berry stainer fingers I love so much!

Summer Berry Yogurt Ice Lollies

(makes around 16 small lollies)

Ingredients :

(This mix of berries make for a lovely pink-purple coloured lolly but you can use 550g of any mixed berries of your choice)

  • 150g raspberries
  • 200g strawberries
  • 150g blackcurrants
  • 50g blueberries
  • 400g greek yogurt
  • 4-5 tbsp honey

(Optional) To decorate:

  • 40g dark chocolate
  • A few cornflower petals


  • Place all of the berries into the bowl of a food processor or use a hand blender to blitz the berries into a liquid puree
  • Next, place a sieve over a large bowl & empty the berries into it before using the back of a spoon to push & squeeze all of the puree through the sieve leaving behind the majority of any seeds from the fruit
  • Add the yogurt to the bowl & give everything a mix together until well combined
  • Finally, add the honey to the bowl & stir through, taste the mixture & add more if you prefer things sweeter
  • Carefully divide the mixture between your lolly moulds, place the lollipop sticks inside & freeze for at least 4 hours or preferably overnight
  • One frozen, carefully unmould the ice lollies
  • Gently melt the chocolate, either in a bowl set over a pan of simmering water or in short bursts in the mircowave & drizzle the melted chocolate over the top half of each lolly
  • Working quickly (before the chocolate freezes & sets) sprinkle over the cornflower petals
  • Store the summer berry yogurt ice lollies in an airtight container in the freezer until needed

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