Homemade Spirulina Yoghurt Popsicles

Homemade Spirulina Yoghurt Popsicles

Do you struggle feeding your kids healthy snacks? In this blog post I’ll show you how to make these homemade spirulina yoghurt popsicles that are packed with nutrients from the Tiwani spirulina powder and require very few ingredients. This is a fun healthy dessert to enjoy on a sunny weekend afternoon.

This recipe is created in Partnership with Tiwani Spirulina Ltd. All thoughts and opinions are 100% mine. Thank you for supporting the brands I work with that make it possible to create recipes at Miss Kabaki.

Homemade Spirulina yoghurt popsicles

The kids will definitely enjoy making these as well and it’s also a fun way of involving them and experimenting with different ingredients in making these popsicles.

Homemade spirulina yogurt popsicles

Ingredients Needed for These Spirulina Yoghurt Popsicles

  1. Plain yoghurt is the base for the popsicles and makes them so creamy.
  2. Tiwani Spirulina powder for the protein and important nutrients for overall body development.
  3. Honey is the natural sweetener.
  4. Lime juice and zest for the flavor.
  5. Crushed biscuits

popsicle Ingredients

How To Make These Homemade Spirulina Yoghurt Popsicles.

These kid friendly popsicles are so easy to make and with the 5 ingredients you’ll assemble everything in minutes and even be able to involve the kids in the process.

You’ll assemble everything in a bowl then add the mixture to your popsicle mold. If you like to intensify the color I recommend blending the mixture, this will incorporate the spirulina powder well into the rest of the ingredients and produce a richer green color.

Mixed                                                                                  Blended


Once you have your mixture ready, it’s time to add it into the popsicle molds. You could involve the kids here as they pour the mixture into the molds and have fun doing it. I’ve included a fun way of finishing off the popsicles by adding some crushed biscuits to add some crunch. You could involve the kids in crushing and adding the biscuits into the popsicles.



You’ll need to then refrigerate the popsicles for at lease 6-8 hours and if you can, overnight would be better and it’s a sure way of having them well set.


After 8 hours, the easiest way to remove the popsicles from the mold is running warm water over the mold for about 10 seconds. This will help the popsicles come out faster and easier.

Homemade spirulina yoghurt popsicles                                                   Homemade spirulina yoghurt popsicles


  1. Why Spirulina Powder? Spirulina is a superfood that is high in protein and anti oxidants as well as other nutrients. It’s added in foods, smoothies, snacks in small quantities that still delivers enough nutrients for overall body development. It is a healthier fun way of adding it into these popsicles.
  2. Can you make these popsicles without a mold? Absolutely! You can use mini yoghurt containers, muffin tins or shot glasses and wrap them with foil, then cut a small hole at the top to insert the sticks and make them stand straight.
  3. How do I make creamy popsicles? To avoid having icy popsicles, it’s important to add something that has some fat in it or anything with a creamy consistency. This could either be yoghurt, coconut milk/cream, pureed bananas, that results into a smooth texture thus the creaminess and easy to bite into. You want to avoid very watery solutions, whole fruits pureed are better than extracting the juices only. Essentially it all comes down to how water freezes into ice. if it’s too watery, it will be icy and not creamy.
  4. Can I make these popsicles sugar free? Sugar is a very important ingredient in popsicle making. This is because it’s the sugar that contributes to the creaminess. That said yes you could make this sugar free by using sugar alternatives like honey, maple syrup, pureed fruits that have natural sugars or even use flavored yoghurts.
  5. Can I reduce the freezing time? Depending on what ingredients you’re using, you’ll need between 4-6 hours to turn the liquid into a solid popsicle. To be on the safer side making the popsicles a night before and leaving them overnight in the freezer is your sure bet.

                                          Homemade spirulina yoghurt popsicles

I hope next time your kids ask you some ice cream or snack, you’ll make these Spirulina Yoghurt popsicles instead. It’s a fun way to involve kids in the kitchen and experiment while at the same time adding more nutrients into their snacks without any refined sugars.

Homemade spirulina yoghurt popsicles

If you’re looking for more fun ways to add spirulina powder into your meals that your kids will also love, check out these other recipes:

  1. Easy Spirulina Oat Bars
  2. Spirulina dairy-free Ice-cream
  3. Spirulina iced latte
  4. Spirulina energy balls
Homemade spirulina yogurt popsicles

Homemade Spirulina Yoghurt Popsicles |Kid Friendly

Miss Kabaki
These homemade spirulina yoghurt popsicles are a great way of adding nutrients to kids snacks and a fun way of involving them in the process.
Prep Time 10 mins
Freezing Time 8 hrs
Course Dessert, Drinks, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 6 Popsicles


  • Blender (Optional)
  • Popsicle Mold (Optional)


  • 2 cups Natural Yoghurt
  • 5 tbsp Honey
  • 2 tbsp Lime zest
  • 3 tbsp Tiwani Spirulina powder
  • 3 tbsp Lime juice
  • Crushed biscuits


  • Combine all the ingredients in a bowl and mix to combine.
  • You can go ahead and add this mixture into you popsicle mold immediately or you could blend it up to intensify the color, then add to your popsicle mold. Tap the mold on the counter to remove air bubbles and to make sure everything settles well.
  • Add crushed biscuits to the top of your mold, then insert popsicle sticks to the top.
  • Refrigerate for at least 6-8 hours, overnight is better.
  • To remove the popsicles from their mold, run warm not hot water for about 10 seconds. This way the popsicles will pop out faster and easier. Enjoy!
Keyword green popsicles, homemade, popsicles, superfood


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