We used to make these all the time as kids. You can vary the flavour of these simple ice pops by changing the type of fruit but I find that berries and ripe peaches work best. You can push the fruit through a sieve after you blend it if you like but it's nice to have bits of fruit.
I`ve made these three times now using strawberries, melon and cherries (the best). I used vanilla flavoured yoghurt for each and each set of lollies lasted two days maximum. I`ll now try different flavoured yoghurts, they are delicious and so easy. - 15 Jul 2015
I also make this every summer for my boys. Just as my Grandma did for us kids. This also works with frozen berries. Depending on how sweet your berries and if you use NF plain yogurt, you may not need the extra sugar at all. NOTE: If you don't keep paper cups on hand all the time, you can save your Snack Pack cups, fruit cups or yogurt cups from previous meals and re-use them for the cups for your pops. Better for the environment and you can use them again and again. Also, if you've got issues with finding a flat surface in your freezer to keep these from tipping and spilling, place them on a baking sheet or flat plate before sticking them in the freezer. - 26 May 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Perfect, just what I was looking for! I would probably omit the sugar if your strawberries are really sweet--mine were! Otherwise, I bet Splenda might do the trick with less calories. - 11 Aug 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)