Warning: yogurt ahead.

biscoff popsicles

I say this because, well, yogurt? It’s my food kryptonite. Yes, I’ve used it in cakes, salad dressings, cookies and even pizza dough.

But just straight up eating it? Like, with a spoon?

Step back. Waaaay back (anyone here feel the same? Please tell me I’m not the only one).

But as luck would have it I became enamored of these popsicles on the stunning blog My Name is Yeh. And they only had two ingredients: biscoff spread, and – you guessed it – yogurt.

What to do?

I thought about swapping the yogurt for some vanilla ice cream or a milk/heavy cream combo. But I knew, instinctively, that the tang of the yogurt would be the perfect complement to that rich, sweet spread. These HAD to happen.

biscoff popsicles

I made two batches of pops – one following Molly’s recipe, and the other doubling the biscoff spread. Personally? As you can probably guess, I preferred the pops with more biscoff. They also had a more distinct “cookie butter” flavor (and definitely less yogurt-y).

Either way, they were super easy, *kind of* healthy, and something a little different. Let me know if you make ’em (and while you’re at it, what’s YOUR food kryptonite?).

biscoff popsicles

Biscoff Popsicles
adapted from My Name is Yeh

1/4- 1/2 cup of biscoff spread – either store bought or homemade
1 cup plain Greek yogurt
12 Biscoff cookies

Whisk the biscoff spread and yogurt in a small bowl till well combined. Transfer mixture evenly into your popsicle molds. Add sticks and freeze overnight.

To release the pops, hold molds briefly under hot water – place on a foil-lined tray in the freezer. Either by hand or using a food processor, chop the cookies till small crumbs form. Place in a jar or glass wide enough for the pops to fit.

Working with one pop at a time, dip the top portion into a dish of warm water. Immediately dip into your jar of cookie crumbs, rotating the pop to coat. Return to the freezer till ready to serve.

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This delicious recipe brought to you by Sheri Silver

Need more popsicle “inspiration”? Check out my Popsicles Pinterest board!

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