Faith Gorsky

Peanut Butter Swirl Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

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In warm months, there is nothing better than a cooling treat. If ice cream is your go-to to cool off, I think you will love these popsicles. They’re healthier than ice cream and they couldn’t be easier to whip up. With two kinds of peanut butter (White Chocolate Wonderful and Dark Chocolate Dreams), they are full of peanut-y flavor, and chocolate chips are the perfect addition!

Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 2-4 hours for the popsicles to freeze minutes
Total time: 4 hours and 10 minutes
Yield: 6 popsicle

Peanut Butter Swirl Frozen Yogurt Popsicles


chocolate peanut butter honey salt yogurt

1/4 cup semisweet chocolate chips
2 cups plain, unsweetened yogurt
1/4 cup honey
1/8 teaspoon sea salt
1/3 cup White Chocolate Wonderful peanut butter
1/3 cup Dark Chocolate Dreams peanut butter


1. Coarsely chop the chocolate chips and set aside.

coarsely chop the chocolate chips and set aside

2. Whisk together the yogurt, honey, and sea salt; stir in the chocolate chips.

Whisk together the yogurt, honey, and sea salt; stir in the chocolate chips.

add chocolate chips

3. Add each kind of peanut butter to its own small bowl and stir 1/4 cup of the yogurt mixture into each.

Add each kind of peanut butter to its own small bowl and stir 1/4 cup of the yogurt mixture into each.

peanut butter mixtures

4. Add both of the peanut butter mixtures to the yogurt mixture and swirl together gently, being careful not to over-mix since we’re going for a swirled effect.

Swirled Yogurt

5. Spoon the mixture into popsicle molds, making sure not to fill the molds over the “fill” line, since liquid expands as it freezes. (My molds are 2 1/2 oz/75 ml and I got exactly 6 popsicles). Gently tap the mold a couple times on a hard surface to help any air bubbles escape.

spoon the mixture into popsicle molds

6. Freeze for 30 minutes, then insert the sticks (waiting 30 minutes ensures that the sticks won’t sink all the way down).

7. Return to the freezer and freeze completely, about 2 to 3 hours more, depending on the size of your popsicles and how cold your freezer is.

Frozen Popsicles

8. To easily unmold the popsicles, dip the plastic bottoms in warm water and they should slide right out.


Faith mixes in chocolate chips. What other add-ins would you consider mixing in with the peanut butter yogurt concoction before freezing?

Leave a comment below with your answer to enter for a chance at winning a jar of Dark Chocolate Dreams and White Chocolate Wonderful, the peanut butters used in this recipe.


– The giveaway is open to USA residents only and will run until Monday, August 19 2013 at 11:59 PM EST.
– One entry per person.
– Winner(s) will be generated via a random number generator and notified via the contact email provided on the comment form.
– Winner(s) will have until 08/22/13 to claim their prize or we will choose another winner.
– Winner will win one 16oz jar each of White Chocolate Wonderful and Dark Chocolate Dreams. Product will be shipped by Peanut Butter & Co.
– No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. Must be 18 years of age to enter. See Official Giveaway Rules.

Peanut Butter Swirl Frozen Yogurt Popsicles, 7.5 out of 10 based on 4 ratings

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95 Responses to Peanut Butter Swirl Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

  1. Teresa Link says:

    I think rasberries or bananas would be great, you could also use peanut butter chips. Love Peanut Butter & Co.!

  2. Brittany @ Barr & Table says:

    Coconut flakes, granola, and graham cracker crumbs would be great!

  3. Dawn M. says:

    I think strawberries would be a great add in.

  4. Jenn says:

    Graham Crackers or granola to add some crunch!

  5. Lori C. says:

    Those look yummy! I used to love butterscotch chips as a kid & immediately thought of those. Do they still make those? Think I’m going on a hunt.

  6. Dee K. says:

    I wonder how it would taste if you added in chopped dried cherries? Yum!

  7. Katie says:

    Graham Crackers and Marshmallows.

  8. Meaghan N says:

    Bananas.. Maybe some peanuts too!

  9. Jasujo says:

    Cinnamon chips and cranberries might be good! 🙂

  10. Lisa D says:

    My first thought on what to add would be bananas. But I also think blueberries or cherries would be really good too.

  11. Jenna d says:

    Fluff, strawberries! Yummy

  12. John K says:

    Banana creme and chocolate!

  13. Jennifer D. says:

    I would do cinnamon chips and banana!

  14. Jessica Almanza says:

    I would add blueberries and bananas! 😀

  15. Teena says:

    I would try and add sprinkles! for the rainbow effect adding to the fun swirl. I might try adding coconut too!

    These are now my weekend project!!! I love PB&co!

  16. DeeB says:

    Marshmallow fluff and/or bananas would be great mix-ins!

  17. kate says:

    Blueberries… I love blueberries, chocolate, and peanut butter together.

  18. Jessica says:

    Craisins. Yum.

  19. Tori L says:

    I think I’d add in some coconut flakes, yum!

  20. Amy P says:

    I would add strawberries or both strawberries and chocolate!

  21. Josephine jones says:

    Bananas, sprinkles, fudge, and nutella! 🙂

  22. victoria says:

    bananas, granola, protein powder. mmmmmm

  23. Dave says:

    Hmmm…caramel or butterscotch chips would be good. my kids would like chocolate sprinkles!

  24. Renata says:

    Chopped up medjool dates!

  25. Raymond says:

    Frozen blueberries would be nice!

  26. Mary H. says:

    Walnuts for sure. Love em.

  27. Sandy says:

    Mini marshmallows, mini chocolate chips and graham cracker crumbs.

  28. Niko Olsen says:

    I would add strawberries or some other fruit!

  29. Eric Black says:

    peanut butter chips, definitely.

  30. Kaye Newman says:

    I would add some strawberries and bananas.

  31. Cari says:

    chopped espresso beans!

  32. Carolyn frank says:

    Peanut butter chips!!! Yummy love peanut butter!!!

  33. Elizabeth Palumbo says:

    I would try caramel sauce in place of the honey. YUM!

  34. Francisco says:

    Candied ginger or honey roasted peanuts

  35. Sara Solt says:

    Graham crackers and marshmallows would be awesome in this! Yummy, makes my mouth water just thinking about it!

  36. Paula says:

    The best part about peanut butter is that it’s such a great base!

    For a healthy snack, you could mix in more fruit: berries and bananas would do the trick!
    For more texture, some cereal would be delicious! Especially cereals like Honey Bunches of Oats, Captain Crunch, and even just plain granola! Nuts would also be a really awesome addition – I’m particularly fond of pecans and walnuts!
    And for more of a dessert feel? Make them peanut butter s’mores! The yogurt, with graham crackers and some milk chocolate bites combined with a dollop of Fluff would be fantastic!

    Peanut Butter & Co. is the foundation for delicious 🙂

  37. Jason P says:

    Along With Semisweet Chocolate Chips I Would Swirl In Some Raspberry Or Blackberry Jam For That Nice Fruity Note.

  38. Basil says:

    Granola, for sure. Maybe dates!

  39. Mo Paradise says:

    mixed berry jam or espresso beans

  40. Sand says:

    I would add some blueberries.

  41. Jillian Tyre says:

    Wow, definitely banana. I grew up on peanut butter and banana sandwiches. And instead of chocolate chips I’d use carob, which I also grew up on!

  42. Mary says:

    I am a nut for nuts. I would add chopped pecans, cashews and walnuts to the mix.

  43. Jenessa McElrath says:

    Chocolate covered pretzels! I tried it in a Ben and Jerry’s ice cream once, it was fantastic!

  44. says:

    Shredded coconut, or crushed banana chips, banana purée, whole grain pretzel pieces or white chocolate chips. Or yogurt covered raisins or dark chocolate covered raisins. Any combo of these would be great.

  45. Katie says:

    I would add some chopped up peanut butter cups and maybe some mini marshmallows!

  46. Angela D says:

    Bananas & shredded coconut! Yummy!

  47. Jamie says:

    Marshmallow cream swirled would be tasty or Reese pb cups chopped up!

  48. Melanie Ehrlich says:

    Perhaps a bit of caramel.

  49. Georgiana says:

    Diced ginger would add a nice spice!

  50. Tara @ Chip Chip Hooray says:

    PB cups would be excellent. 🙂

  51. Kelli says:

    I’d add some diced banana.

  52. An Ian says:

    Coconut. I love chopped nuts too sometimes.

  53. Kimberly says:

    Definitely coconut & maybe some toasted almonds!!

  54. Linda F says:

    Coconut and chopped nuts.

  55. Pam says:

    Chopped nuts!

  56. Sara S says:

    sliced bananas

  57. Megan M. says:

    I’d add in some roasted almonds and unsweetened shredded coconut!

  58. Ramona says:

    My favorite PB is the white chocolate. I will be trying these as I have 4 jars now in my cabinet 🙂

  59. Christina says:


  60. Alexi says:

    I would add some berries. Yum!

  61. Jennifer F says:

    I would mix in crunched up waffle cones

  62. Mallie Hale says:

    I’d add in some diced strawberries, bananas, or slivered almonds!

  63. Sonia L says:

    coconut and bananas

  64. Natalie says:


  65. Jordan D says:

    Oreo pieces or shredded coconut!

  66. Emily says:

    I would definitely add strawberries!

  67. Mary-Frances says:

    More peanut butter & nuts.

  68. Donna Becker says:

    chocolate covered peanuts and some marshmallow cream

  69. Laurie says:

    I would try adding a couple drops of hazelnut liquor or a sprinkle of cayenne pepper.

  70. Natalie J Vandenberghe says:

    I think chopped nuts would be a delicious addition to this fabulous recipe.

  71. Betsy Levin says:

    I would add some crushed/chopped English toffee OR some chopped dark chocolate covered roasted espresso beans! Yum!

  72. nik says:

    Blueberries and kiwi
    Chopped dried figs, mangoes or dates
    Ginger, cayenne pepper or curry powder
    Sriracha? That would be an interesting experiment! 🙂

  73. Lori says:

    graham cracker crumbs and mini marshmallows

  74. Lauren says:

    Fresh chopped fruit (bananas or strawberries) & chopped pretzels!

  75. Rebecca says:

    I would mix in some small chunks of either banana or strawberry.

  76. Anya says:

    almonds and cinnamon chips

  77. Laurel says:

    Graham cracker crust pieces dipped in chocolate

  78. AW says:

    I would add some cashews

  79. Helen says:

    cookie dough!

  80. Amanda J says:

    I think some chocolate covered pretzel pieces or even chopped peanut butter cups!

  81. Yvonne says:

    mini peanut butter cups

  82. Michelle says:

    Dark chocolate chips!

  83. kolpin says:

    i’d put in butterfinger crumbles!

  84. Katia says:

    I would add butterscotch chips in place of the chocolate chips! 😉

  85. Wen says:

    I’d put in some fresh figs.

  86. Jenna says:

    Oh, I’d love to win. I was thinking while reading the recipe that I wasn’t sure where I’d find such awesomeness to give it a whirl!

  87. Lity says:

    I’d add roasted almond pieces and cinnamon!

  88. Abby says:

    I’d mix in some toasted coconut!

  89. KT MM says:

    Dried Cranberries 🙂

  90. tcmary says:

    I think a bit of jam or jelly cause what is peanut butter without jelly?

  91. Rob says:

    A magic chocolate hard shel coating

  92. Barbara P says:

    pistachios, dark chocolate and dried MI cherries

  93. Geraldine S says:

    Honey roasted peanuts pretzel pieces

  94. Laura says:

    i would want to add something with texture- peanuts, graham cracker chunks or vanilla wafers. However, I would really love to try mixing in some crispy bacon pieces!!!

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Peanut Butter Swirl Frozen Yogurt Popsicles