I’m not sure what it is, but I simply can’t get enough citrus this summer. It’s so light, so refreshing, and so lip puckering. And what better way to enjoy some sweet-tart goodness than with some probiotic pops. These dairy-free lime yogurt popsicles are the perfect balance of sweet and tangy.
Dairy-Free Lime Yogurt Popsicles are a Zesty Way to Refresh
My how time flies. My niece and I created this dairy-free lime yogurt popsicle recipe together over nine years ago. Now she’s all grown up! This delicious recipe hasn’t changed, but I have added some more notes and options in FAQ format.
What Dairy-Free Yogurt Do You Recommend for Popsicles?
I personally get the So Delicious Coconut Milk Yogurt tubs. They’re larger, affordable, and the yogurt in them has always been consistently good, in my opinion. It also works well in recipes. If you want creamier and higher probiotic lime yogurt popsicles, I’d use a richer brand, like Cocojune or Culina. See our Best Dairy-Free Yogurt Guide for more recommended brands with various bases.
How Many Single Yogurts Do I Need for 1 Cup?
Each 5.3-ounce dairy-free yogurt has about 2/3 cup in it. So you need 1 1/2 yogurt single serves for 1 cup. I you’re using 4 ounce containers, then you’ll need two.
Do the Probiotics in Yogurt Survive Freezing?
According to studies, the the probiotics in yogurt will survive in your freezer for at least a few weeks without any notable decline.
How Many Limes Do I Need for 1/2 Cup of Lime Juice?
My niece was on juicing duty, and quickly learned the importance of finding the juiciest limes. On our first batch, just two juicy limes produced the full 1/2 cup. But with more anemic limes, she juiced for 20 minutes and powered through about 5 limes to get the 1/2 cup.
Can I Use Different Citrus?
Definitely! Key limes, lemons, and Meyer lemons can all be used instead of regular limes in this recipe. We also like orange or tangerine dairy-free yogurt popsicles. If you fruit is sweet, you might want to add less sweetener. If both your fruit and yogurt are sweet, you might not need any sweetener at all. So be sure to taste test as you go.
Special Diet Notes: Lime Yogurt Pops
By ingredients, this recipe is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, plant-based, vegetarian, optionally paleo, and top food allergy-friendly. Just be sure to choose the yogurt alternative and sweetener that suit your dietary needs.
Dairy-Free Lime Yogurt Pops
Author: Alisa Fleming
Recipe type: Dessert
- 1 cup plain dairy-free yogurt
- ½ cup fresh squeezed lime juice
- 3 tablespoons honey, agave nectar, or sugar, or to taste
- 1 teaspoon lime zest
- In a medium bowl or large glass measuring cup, whisk together the yogurt, lime juice, sweetener, and lime zest. Taste test and add more sweetener, if desired.
- Scrape the mixture into your popsicle molds. It fills 4 of my molds, right up to the top, but you might get more or less, depending on the size of your popsicle molds. If you have some leftover, freeze it in an ice cube tray. You can add the cubes to smoothies.
- Freeze the lime yogurt popsicles for 2 to 4 hours, or until completely frozen.
- If needed, run hot water on the outside of the molds for easier release.
- Store the pops for up to a few weeks in your freezer.
Nutrition Note: The nutrition facts are based on using So Delicious plain unsweetened coconut milk yogurt. They will vary if you choose another type or brand.
Serving size: 1 popsicle (1/4 batch) Calories: 86 Fat: 2g Saturated fat: 1.7g Carbohydrates: 18.8g Sugar: 13.8g Sodium: 13mg Fiber: .9g Protein: .4g