Black Forest Yogurt Popsicles are a simple summer dessert recipe. Greek yogurt, cocoa, and cherry pie filling are layered for a black forest treat.
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Black forest desserts are typically in the form of a cake. They are defined by chocolate, cream or vanilla of some sort, and cherries. I have taken the inspiration of those same flavors and made a simple and quick popsicle recipe. Plus, these popsicles are made using Greek yogurt instead of ice cream so they have a healthy twist! Find more black forest recipes here!
You can easily replace the honey with another sweetener like agave, or more vanilla, if desired. And you can add more or less to make it as sweet as you want. These Black Forest Yogurt Popsicles have just enough sweetness without being too much, so they still taste refreshing and not like sugar bombs. Find more of our popsicle recipes here!
I love this classic popsicle shape and look. Plus, no need to keep track of all those silicone sticks and pieces! You can find this classic popsicle mold here which makes 10 popsicles.
These Black Forest Yogurt Popsicles take just a few minutes to put together. Mix up the yogurt, vanilla, and honey. Split in half and add the cocoa powder to one bowl and stir. Then take turns layering the plain yogurt, cocoa yogurt, and cherry pie filling into each popsicle mold. Spoon just a little at a time for maximum layering! Insert the sticks and then let them freeze until solid, at least 4 hours.
Removing the popsicles can be a little tricky. Just run hot water over the outside of each popsicle mold, briefly, and wiggle the stick. Keep repeating this process until you can get them out of the mold. Don’t use too much hot water at a time, or they might start melting!