Neapolitan Yogurt Popsicle Recipe

Last updated on May 6th, 2024 at 10:25 am

We are here, home at last. I can’t believe it. I hardly slept even though I was so exhausted because I was so excited to be here. So many ideas going through my head what I want to do with the kids and where I want to take them. And it’s HOT, not just warm but as usual, the summers here do not disappoint. I thought it was the perfect time to test out our new star shaped popsicle molds (in the uk, ice lolly moulds).


Neapolitan Yogurt Popsicles

a perfect summer treat
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 hours
Total Time 5 hours 5 minutes
Author Let's Talk Mommy


  • 2 x 59 g Aero chocolate mousse pots or any chocolate mousse yogurts
  • 450 g vanilla fat free yogurt
  • 2 tbsp strawberry jam
  • Popsicle sticks
  • Popsicle molds any shape


Chocolate Layer

  1. Mix in a small bowl, both aero mousse pots with 45g vanilla

Vanilla Layer

  1. Use the vanilla yogurt for each white layer

Strawberry Layer

  1. Mix in a small bowl, 250g of yogurt & 2 tbsp strawberry jam


  1. In each mold, chocolate, vanilla then strawberry on top for a neapolitan look. I like to alternate and do various combinations. Put in the freezer for 4-5 hours to set.

Recipe Notes

For an alternative taste use Greek vanilla yogurt instead.

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I have always loved neapolitan ice cream, the three flavors go hand in hand from my childhood. Frozen yogurt is really popular here too, with so many topping choices it’s easy to get overwhelmed with it all. So I combined the two a frozen yogurt popsicle neapolitan style here. The kids absolutely loved them and they are so easy and fast to make! bluepopsicles

19 thoughts on “Neapolitan Yogurt Popsicle Recipe”

  1. These look so great and those lolly moulds are amazing! I’m dying to make some ice lollies for the girls, will be keeping my eyes peeled for more recipes 🙂 thank you for sharing x

    • Thanks Emily, they were fun and I love frozen yogurt too! They were a hit with the kids. Just need to get better at photographing my food. I have so many ideas but need to get better at my photography side.

  2. Do you have to set the first layer before you add the second, etc.? And where are the moulds from? I’ve got some cheap ones but my lollies don’t come out too easy – maybe its the ingredients I used… They look like a great idea – I bet my kids would love these more than the super healthy ones I tried to woo them with 🙂 #tastytuesdays (PS from your Instagram feed your holiday so far looks amazing! And the scenery around your parents house is beautiful) X

    • No just layer each one as you want it. The yogurt is thick enough it will not mix. Molds I got from tkmaxx super cheap. I do healthy ones too but they are nice too for a special treat.

    • Thanks hunny I love frozen yogurt and they are so popular here in the states. So great to be home and sharing USA things I love. My photos aren’t very good I had envisioned better. Lol

    • Thank you. I am attempting to keep up with the commenting and the blog but it might be a struggle the whole time. Lol so amazing to be home!!


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