Healthy Homemade Greek Yogurt Fudge Pops

This post is sponsored by FAGE; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

woman enjoying a homemade frozen treat made with FAGE yogurt

It's no secret that I have a little bit of a sweet tooth, especially when it comes to frozen desserts. I can eat frozen treats all year round, but really do enjoy them when the weather starts to warm up. FAGE Total Plain Greek Yogurt gives these healthy homemade Greek yogurt fudge pops a little tart kick, which may just deter your little ones from stealing them from you. As I described it to my nieces who were eyeing them in my freezer, they have a more grown-up taste perfect for the sophisticated adult palette. 

These Greek yogurt fudge pops will feel like a decadent dessert but they aren't a cheat food at all! 

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Healthy Greek Yogurt Fudge Pops
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Remember when you were a kid and you'd hear the little nursery rhyme being played from the ice cream truck as it wandered up and down the roads in your neighborhood? There is nothing better than taking a minute for yourself on a hot summer day to enjoy a frozen treat. Better yet, a homemade version because then you know every single ingredient in the food you are enjoying and what's better than that? 

These healthy fudge pops are literally only made with four ingredients. You don't have to be a master chef to whip them up! 

Some homemade fudge pop recipe suggestions

I prefer using the full-fat FAGE Total Plain Greek Yogurt, but if you prefer something a little less-rich, you can use the FAGE Total 0% non-fat. FAGE is made with milk from non-GMO fed cows, so keep that in mind when selecting your milk add-in. You can use your favorite non-dairy milk beverage {try chocolate almond milk for extra chocolate yum!} as a substitute for the milk in the recipe. 

Use high-quality cocoa powder. It makes a difference. One time I bought the off brand and well, everything just tasted off. If you don't have cocoa powder, you can melt chocolate chips in a saucepan. Then add your milk. Let them both cool and then add the rest of your ingredients to your blender and mix well.

To get your frozen pops out of the mold run a little hot water over the outside to help nudge them if you are using a mold like this. Or try this popsicle mold. It's my new favorite! Once you get your fudge pops from the freezer, let them sit on your counter for about a minute or two to enjoy the fudgy taste! 

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Healthy Greek Yogurt Fudge Pops

Yield: 6
prep time: 4 Minutes cook time: total time: 4 Minutes
A healthy all-natural rich and creamy treat that just feels like a cheat! Made with Greek yogurt and packed with protein, these Healthy Greek Yogurt Fudge Pops are easy to make and will help you stay on track with your health and wellness goals.


  • 7 oz. FAGE Total Plain Greek Yogurt (I like the 2% or 5%)
  • 6 Tbsp of unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 3/4 cup low-fat milk
  • 4-5 tsp of honey (you can substitute agave nectar)
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How to make Healthy Greek Yogurt Fudge Pops

  1. Puree all ingredients in a blender. Scrape the sides and blend again making sure all the ingredients are properly blended. 
  2. Divide the mixture evenly into your Popsicle mold and freeze until solid.
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What are the Health Benefits of Greek Yogurt?

Few foods pack as much of a health-punch in such a small serving size as Greek yogurt. Greek yogurt is made by separating out the liquid whey which leaves you with a rich and creamy texture, fewer carbohydrates and sugar, and packed with protein. 

FAGE Total Plain Greek Yogurt has no added sugar and it's made with only milk and live active yogurt cultures. We all know how important protein is for good health, and FAGE is packed with it! Eating protein-rich foods like FAGE Greek Yogurt can help you feel full longer so you consume fewer calories, boost your metabolism and build muscle after a workout. Greek yogurt also contains probiotics that can improve gut health in some people. The nutritional benefits of FAGE Total Plain Greek Yogurt are wrapped up inside this creamy, delicious, great-tasting package!

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How to Eat Greek Yogurt

FAGE Total Plain Greek Yogurt is perfect for any lifestyle or diet, including diets that are gluten-free, sugar conscious, non-GMO or those looking to add a higher-fat diet with the 2% or 5% yogurt. There are lots of different ways to eat Greek Yogurt, but here are a few of my favorites. That is when I'm not enjoying them as a yummy frozen treat!

  • Add a few fresh berries, nuts or granola {or all three!} for a fun breakfast or dessert bowl
  • Use Greek Yogurt as a substitution for sour cream on top of your baked potatoes or soup
  • Spread Greek yogurt on crackers or bread instead of using butter
  • Add Greek Yogurt to a pasta sauce for extra creaminess
The whole family can enjoy FAGE, even your pickiest eaters because it literally can be made up any sort of way creating the perfect healthy snack or meal add-in! It's why FAGE is a fridge staple at my house and why it's part of our everyday routine.

How do you Pronounce FAGE?

Well, friends, it doesn't rhyme with page, which is how I've been saying it for the past 100 years! It's actually pronounced fa-yey. It's a Greek word that translates "to eat" in English. FAGE was actually the first Greek yogurt exported to America kicking off the Greek yogurt craze! You can find out where you can buy it locally using this store locator

Some variations for your homemade fudge pops

I love sprinkling my fudge pops with cocoa powder and chocolate nibs. You can crush up your favorite nut too! You can also blend in some banana slices, vanilla, or even peppermint extract to give you a chocolate mint fudge pop. 
Give these healthy homemade Greek yogurt fudge pops a try today! I think you are going to love them!

This post is sponsored by FAGE; however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I wouldn't tell you about something I didn't love. Promise.

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