Healthy Freezer Pops with Brownie Brittle {Super Simple + Low Fat}

These healthy freezer pops are so quick and easy! They’re Made with fresh fruit and Greek yogurt and are great for kids and perfect for summer!

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Put your hand up if you like freezer pops?

*Sticks hand in the air *

Now, raise your other hand if you like chocolate ON your freezer pops?

*Waves hands frantically*

Finally, keep those hands raised if you like crunchy Brownie Brittle ON chocolate ON freezer pops?

*Frantically waves both hands AND feet in the air*

Don’t picture that.

Well, you guys, if you just reacted the same way to all those questions that I did (sorry for giving you the popsicle third degree) then this is your lucky day.

I’m pretty excited to announce a new partnership with Brownie Brittle today!  Have you guys tried this stuff?

We first sampled it at BlogHer Food, and I only got to try a few bites before I had to head down to the conference hall for the day.

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When I got back up to the room, there was Mr. FFF….aaaand a bunch of empty bags of Brownie Brittle.

What a jerk.

HOW-EV-ER, I do not blame him because, you guys, this stuff is darn good.

It’s like a brownie, but healthier. And it’s got that crunchy factor that makes me swoon.

This was actually my first time making freezer pops, and I have no idea what on earth prevented me from making them for 23 years.

Perhaps it was the fact that I was lacking a pop mold until just a couple of weeks ago…

I think I am now going to turn everything that I ever make into freezer pop form.

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Except salad…and oatmeal..and…lots of things. But, you understand me.

Vanilla Greek yogurt, strawberries and blueberries all come together, do a little dance and magically they turn into the easiest, creamiest, and healthiest freezer pops that your face has ever tasted.

A blender may have aided in the magical transformation though. Just saying.

For the finishing touch, make your own magic shell (!!!) out of white chocolate and coconut oil, and then cover those babies in crunch-a-rific, chocolate-tastic Brownie Brittle.

I mean, Mr. FFF and I ate ALL of them AS SOON as I was done shooting these.

They’re THAT kind of yum.

You should really stop reading this, get a bag (or 10) of Brownie Brittle, and eat these.

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Last thought: Hello Fourth of July.

5.0 from 3 reviews
Healthy Popsicles with Brownie Brittle Crunch
 
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Serves: 6-7, depending on the size of your mold
Ingredients
  • To make the strawberry layer:
  • 1 ½ Cups Strawberries, chopped (about 210 g)
  • 3 Tbsp Sugar
  • ½ Cup Fat-free or Reduced-fat Vanilla Greek yogurt
  • To make the plain yogurt layer:
  • 1 ¼ Cup Fat-free or reduced-fat Vanilla Greek Yogurt
  • 3 Tbsp + 1 tsp Sugar
  • To make the the blueberry layer:
  • 2 Cups Blueberries (about 200g)
  • 3 Tbsp Granulated sugar
  • ½ Cup Fat-free or reduced-fat Vanilla Greek yogurt
  • For the chocolate crunch topping:
  • 3 Oz White chocolate
  • 1 Tbsp Melted Coconut oil
  • ¼ Cup Crushed Chocolate Chip Brownie Brittle
Instructions
  1. Combine the chopped strawberries, sugar and yogurt in a large food processor and blend until smooth. Pour the mixture between 6 popsicle molds, and fill just over ⅓ of the way. Freeze the popsicle molds until they feel just set, which takes about 30 mins-1 hour.
  2. Repeat the above steps with the white and blue layers while the first layer is in the freezer. Store the mixtures in the refrigerator until you use them.
  3. , After the first layer is set, pour the plain yogurt layer on top, about ⅓ of the way full again.
  4. Let set and repeat with the blueberry layer. Make sure you add the popsicle stick in before freezing the blueberry layer!
  5. Let the popsicles freeze overnight.
  6. To make the “magic shell:”
  7. Melt the white chocolate in a small, microwave safe bowl. I always use ½ power and 20 second intervals, stirring between each intervals.
  8. Once the chocolate is melted, stir in the melted coconut oil and let the chocolate sit until it reaches room temperature.
  9. Place the crushed Brownie Brittle (just use your food processor to crush it) on a small plate. 10. Dip the tip of each popsicle quickly into the white chocolate and then into the plate of Brownie Brittle, lightly pressing the Brownie Brittle into the chocolate. Work quickly as the chocolate hardens fast!
  10. You can place these back into the freezer until ready to serve, or eat right away!
Notes
I did try this with honey instead of sugar..it tastes weird. Don't do it.

This post is sponsored by Brownie Brittle. All opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. says

    Oh, my wife loves Greek yogurt, so I am sending this to her!
    Thanks for the honey warning, I would have done that.
    And, I did have a very relaxing weekend and last couple weeks, actually; thanks for mentioning, but I really ought to get back to studying soon! Am thinking about writing a review article on apoptosis, but still really just THINKING about it, you know what I mean!
    Tanks for for sharing this fun treat,
    D

    • Taylor Kiser says

      You MIGHT like the honey, but I thought it tasted weird after being frozen! But, if she likes Greek Yogurt, she will love these!
      Haha @ thinking about it! At least that’s better than completely ignoring it?
      Glad you like these popsicles, thanks Derek!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      I like ice cream too, but sometimes it’s more fun to eat food on a stick! I hope you love them – thanks Tom!! :D

  2. says

    I mean, you already had me with the healthy fruit popsicles. That was no question. But then you added the brownie brittle on top and I died. These are serious popsicles! We’ve having a 4th of July beach party and I will definitely be toting these along!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Haha thank you so much Kim! A little chocolate crunch makes everything better right?! I hope that you love them!

  3. says

    These colors are so cute for the Fourth! Husbands can be funny like that – sometimes I’ll have something put away so that I can take pictures of it later and my husband will start eating it and I will be like noo!!!! That brownie brittle does sound really tempting!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Haha, I am so glad my husband isn’t the only one that does that…..so annoying!! But, at least we know they like it?
      Thanks Leah! :)

    • Taylor Kiser says

      It is so good! :) You can never go wrong with brownie anything – I agree!!
      Thanks for the sweet words and pinning, I hope that you have a great week too Melanie!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      I am so glad I’m not the only crazy hand and feet waver! ;) Thanks so much for the sweet words and pin lovely! If you try them, please let me know whatcha think! Happy Monday! :)

  4. Shashi @ RunninSrilankan(dot)com says

    Thank you thank you thank you for these non dairy “patriotic 4th of July colored” popsicles! What a great idea to use the brownie brittle on the tips – and even better to use homemade magic shell on it!! So much LURRRVE for THESE!!!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Wait…isn’t Greek yogurt dairy? Or can you eat that?
      If you can – SO MUCH YAY!! And you are so welcome – thanks for the sweet words lady! xoxo

  5. says

    Bah! I love Brownie Brittle and I tried it for the first time at BlogHer Food too! I’ve been munching on it ever since. I love love love the idea of adding it to a popsicle – the perfect amount of chocolate and crunch!

  6. says

    Sticking my hand way up in the air for every part of this recipe. Popsicles…love! I’ve never tried brownie brittle, but can only imagine how good it must be.

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Oh man Dara, you MUST try Brownie Brittle – so yummy! I’m glad I’m not the only one waving around my hand for these – thanks so much! :D

  7. says

    YUM times a bajillion. I absolutely love Brownie Brittle, and was super excited to see them at BlogHer Food! I think I might actually be heading up to WPB next week go visit their offices and meet Sheila!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Oh that would be SO fun to meet Sheila!! I am obsessed with the stuff now too – so yummy!! Thanks girl!

  8. says

    I’m waving my hands frantically in the air Taylor!! This healthy popsicle sounds so yummy how could it possibly be so healthy :P I adore the layers of flavors chocolate and fruity and texture both smooth and crunchy! PERFECT! Brownie brittle sounds incredibly interesting! I must get my hands on a bag! Happy Monday Taylor :D

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Oh,girlfriend, you need to get your hands on a bunch of bags – it is SO good! Thanks so much for the pop love, happy monday to you too pretty! :D

  9. says

    What pretty popsicles!! We had a Brownie Brittle tasting at work a couple of weeks ago, and that stuff was dangerous to just leave around the office. I snacked on it all day. :) Love the flavors and stripes in these pops, and obviously the dipped-in-brownie-brittle part. :)

  10. says

    Perfection in a popsicle. Seriously, girl! These pops look AH-MAZING! That brownie crust….those gorgeous striped layers….I can’t even. Oh, and we are total foodie twins—-I JUST made a super-fun twist on strawberry popsicles that may have involved chocolate too. :) Pinning these gorgeous ‘thangs!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Oh! I can’t wait to see yours! And thank you Sarah, your comments are always so sweet – they just make my day! :D

  11. says

    Well, you had me sold with freezer pops… and then you added chocolate, and it got out of control! I definitely think these beauties will be made sometime in the near future because I can’t resist a good frozen dessert that also involves chocolate.

    Also, I’m a little late, but these would’ve been so lovely for the 4th!

    • Taylor Kiser says

      Hey, better late than never right?! Thanks so much Erin, chocolate and frozen desserts are the best! :)

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