Healthy Coffee & Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles

Healthy Coffee & Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles at This Mama Cooks! On a Diet -

I love making iced coffee when it’s hot out, and using a sugar free French vanilla creamer in my iced coffee allows me to indulge in something sweet and creamy without all the calories. I love making iced coffee as it allows me to use up leftover coffee from breakfast.

Taking the iced coffee idea one step further, I thought it would be fun to make a frozen treat using coffee, Greek yogurt, and sugar free French vanilla creamer, since this flavor tastes like French vanilla ice cream to me. The resulting Coffee & Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles remind me of the coffee yogurt I grew up on, which was my mom’s favorite flavor. Plus, it’s a great afternoon pick me up treat that I don’t too guilty about since it’s fairly healthy.

Easy to make Healthy Coffee & Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles at This Mama Cooks! On a Diet

This is a basic recipe, so have fun with it by using your favorite sugar free coffee creamer. You can also add some berries, vanilla protein powder, or ground flax or chia seed for a fiber and nutrition boost to these creamy frozen treats.

As far as popsicle molds go, my favorites are Tovolo ice pop molds, but you can use anything you have on hand, such as Dixie cups and wooden popsicle sticks.

Healthy Coffee & Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles at This Mama Cooks! On a Diet -

Coffee & Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles


  • 1 (24 ounce) carton plain, nonfat Greek yogurt
  • 1 1/2 cups sugar free french vanilla creamer
  • 1 1/2 cups strong coffee, at room temperature or cooler


  1. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl. Blend ingredients until combined and there are no lumps of Greek yogurt.
  2. Carefully pour mixture into popsicle molds and place in freezer. Freeze until popsicles are solid.
Prep Time: 15 Minutes
Total Time: 15 Minutes
Servings: Makes 12 (1/2 cup) popsicles
  • Serving size: 1 (1/2 cup) popsicle

2 thoughts on “Healthy Coffee & Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles

  1. Ricrard Franzo

    Tried the same molds you used but had unfavorable
    results . Even though my wife followed instructions
    to a t,the sticks came out without the filling and this
    Was so frustrating so thinking of sending back.Please,
    any advice, and thanks,Monica

    1. Anne-Marie Nichols Post author

      I find that the sticks come out when the pops are slightly unfrozen throughout and stick on the outside more than they are frozen onto the sticks. (I’ve had the same problem as you!) The best way to remove them from the molds is to fill a large bowl with warm/hot water and dip the pops in the bowl. That way only the outside is unfrozen and you can pull them out of the mold before the inside gets mushy and unstuck from the sticks.

      Hope that helps a bit.


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