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Here’s collection of the best frozen dessert recipes that are both easy and healthy. These yummy treats are simple to make with 4 ingredients or less, packed with wholesome goodness, and sure to satisfy your sweet cravings.

A six image collage of top frozen desserts for kids.
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Favorite Frozen Treats

Whether you’re escaping the heat on scorching summer days or just craving a healthy treat, these recipes have you covered. With simple ingredients and minimal effort, you can easily make homemade mouthwatering delights like Banana Popsicles and Frozen Peach Yogurt.

Perfect for kids and adults alike, grab your fruits, yogurt, and popsicle mold, and let’s head to frozen dessert paradise!

Mango Popsicles

An overhead shot of fun shaped mango popsicles on a plate.

These creamy Mango Popsicles, made with just two ingredients, are a delightful and healthy treat perfect for hot summer days or any time of the year. Naturally sweetened and bursting with tropical flavor, they make an excellent snack for toddlers and a refreshing treat for everyone.

Banana Popsicles

Banana popsicles two ways - strawberry yogurt and chocolate walnut.

Banana popsicles are made with ripe bananas, melted chocolate or Greek yogurt, and a variety of fun toppings like nuts, seeds, and granola. They’re perfect for a fun activity with kids or a party, allowing everyone to customize their own delicious popsicle creations!

Mango Sorbet

A scoop of mango sorbet in a white dish with a hand on it along with a towel underneath it.

This Mango Sorbet is again made with just two ingredients, offering creamy and sweet tropical flavors that are perfect for cooling off on hot summer days. It’s a healthier, dairy-free alternative to store-bought options, with no added sugar, making it a delightful treat for everyone.

Watermelon Sorbet

Scoops of watermelon sorbet in a white dish with a hand on it.

Grab your frozen watermelon and make this Watermelon Sorbet! It’s naturally sweet, free from added sugars, and perfect for those with food allergies or dietary restrictions, being vegan, paleo, gluten-free, and dairy-free.

Strawberry Sorbet

Strawberry sorbet being scooped inside a container.

This Strawberry Sorbet is smooth, creamy, and perfect for kids and toddlers. Best of all, you can whip it up in just five minutes without needing an ice cream maker!

Frozen Peach Yogurt

Toddler's hand holding a small peach yogurt popsicle.

This Frozen Peach Yogurt is a refreshing treat made with just four simple ingredients and again no ice cream maker. It’s thick, creamy, and naturally sweetened, making it a healthy option even for babies and toddlers.

Frozen Yogurt Bars

Toddler holding a yogurt bar.

Make these easy, customizable Frozen Yogurt Bars with your favorite toppings—perfect for a snack, dessert, or even breakfast for the whole family! Mix in fruits, nuts, seeds, or chocolate chips to create endless flavor combinations for a refreshing treat!

Frozen Yogurt Covered Blueberries

Sliced yogurt blueberries coated with peanut butter.

These Frozen Yogurt Covered Blueberries are a yummy and nutritious snack perfect for any time of day. With the sweet and tangy burst of blueberries wrapped in creamy yogurt, they’re both healthy and easy to make, requiring just two ingredients. Plus, you can get creative by trying different fruits, sweeteners, and yogurt flavors to keep things exciting!

Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

An overhead shot of halved yogurt clusters, facing up to show the inside.

Strawberry Yogurt Clusters are a simple, delicious treat made with just 4 ingredients. They’re a healthy, kid-friendly snack that you can easily customize with different fruits and mix-ins like nuts or granola. Enjoy them whenever you need a tasty pick-me-up!

About Min

Thank you so much for stopping by! I am Min, a Registered Dietitian, a Christ follower, a wife, and a mom to our two miracle babies! Currently, I’m having a ton of fun feeding their tummies and sharing our baby led weaning journey! Follow me on Instagram if interested in seeing daily menu as well as tips and tricks.

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