Lactose-free yogurt popsicles

Lactose-free yogurt popsicles

10 min
If you want a cold, refreshing snack for the afternoon or a light, delicious post-dinner treat, you cannot go wrong with our easy-to-make lactose-free yogurt popsicles with raspberry. These ice-cold delights are sure to satisfy sweet tooths, and their beautiful pink colour make them quite the visual feast as well. So, keep a batch of fresh lactose-free raspberry popsicles in your freezer, ready to serve.


  • Rinse raspberries and mash them with icing sugar.
  • Mix raspberry puree with lactose-free yogurt.
  • Pour the mixture into ice cream moulds.
  • Place a wooden stick in each mould and place them in the freezer for at least 3 hours.

Consider straining the raspberry-sugar mixture before adding it to the yogurt to remove the small raspberry seeds and ensure a velvety-smooth popsicle. Either way tastes great though, so try this if you want to experiment and determine your personal preference.

Questions about lactose-free yogurt popsicles

Below, we give you the answers to some frequently asked questions so you can make the perfect lactose-free yoghurt popsicles with raspberry.

How to turn yogurt into ice cream?
Turning yogurt into ice cream is very easy. Make a fruit or berry base with, for example, raspberries and icing sugar and mix with yogurt. Pour into moulds and freeze. Voila – you just turned it into delicious and refreshing ice cream.
Can you use lactose-free yogurt for popsicles?
Yes! Using lactose-free yogurt does not entail compromising on either taste or texture. It provides a creamy and delightful base for popsicles, making it a suitable option for those seeking an inclusive alternative without sacrificing great flavour.
How long does lactose-free yogurt popsicles last in the freezer?
Lactose-free yogurt popsicles with raspberry flavour will last 1-2 months in the freezer. The longer they lie in the freezer, the bigger the risk of them losing flavour, so do not leave them for too long. When you want to eat frozen popsicles, briefly run warm water over the outside of the mould to loosen them. Grab the sticks, pull gently, and out they come – ready for you to enjoy.


300 g
Icing sugar
50 g
Lactose-free yogurt
600 g

Try our recipe for homemade yogurt popsicles without lactose

No more waiting for the ice cream truck to come. With our recipe for lactose-free yogurt popsicles, you can make as many cold and creamy treats in your kitchen as you want. They are incredibly easy to make, taking a mere 10 minutes to put together. Just pop them in the freezer for about 3 hours and then take out as many as you care to eat. We perfectly understand if your taste buds crave two servings.

If homemade popsicles are to your liking, you can expand your repertoire with lactose-free strawberry popsicles as well as lactose-free lemon popsicles. After all, there is no such thing as too much ice cream.

A refreshing raspberry yogurt popsicle for everyone to enjoy

Mixing creamy and slightly tangy lactose-free yogurt with icing sugar and fresh raspberries makes for a magnificent snack that is both refreshing and sweet. Opting for a version without lactose does not mean compromising neither taste nor texture. Raspberries carry both natural sweetness and slightly tart flavours that seem tailormade for fruity popsicles. Combined with sweet icing sugar, the two balance out the creamy, tangy yogurt to create small little flavour bombs that keep getting better with every lick.