Honey Lavender Popsicles are perfect for summer, and at only 67 calories each, they won’t kill your beach bod either!

Honey Lavender Popsicles are perfect for summer, and at only 67 calories each, they won't kill your beach bod either!

So it’s that time of year when I, for one, start thinking about getting my summer body on. You know, not the one that says “I baked desserts in my house all winter.” I want the body that says “I went to yoga four times a week all winter.”

Both true statements, both proof that you can have your cake and eat it, too. Thank you, hot yoga. Or- ehem- Namaste.  

Honey Lavender Popsicles are perfect for summer, and at only 67 calories each, they won't kill your beach bod either!

So it’s subsequently that time of year when I begin thinking about healthier desserts. Don’t get me wrong, I’m still planning on posting a brownie recipe every other week, but I do look forward to bringing some less caloric options to the blog in the coming months.

These Honey Lavender Popsicles are a perfect example of a delicious dessert that will stave off hunger while satisfying your sweet tooth. Plus, they’re on a stick. Everything on a stick is instantly more delicious.

Banana? Boring. Banana on a stick, possibly dipped in chocolate? SO FUN.

Honey Lavender Popsicles are perfect for summer, and at only 67 calories each, they won't kill your beach bod either!

But we’re not talking about bananas. We’re talking about 4 simple ingredients:

Greek yogurt
Milk
Honey
Lavender flowers

And just like that, they make the most magnificent, fragrant popsicles you’ve ever seen! I mean, they practically look classy.

Honey Lavender Popsicles are perfect for summer, and at only 67 calories each, they won't kill your beach bod either!
So enjoy, friends! Hope this recipe brings a little joy into your Mondays.

5.0 from 4 reviews
67 Calorie Honey Lavender Popsicles
 
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Serves: 9 popsicles
Ingredients
  • ¾ cup whole milk
  • 5 tablespoons honey
  • 2 tablespoons dried lavender flowers
  • 1½ cups plain, non-fat greek yogurt
  • red and blue food coloring (optional)
  • Popsicle Mold
Instructions
  1. In a small saucepan, combine the whole milk, honey, and lavender flowers. Set over low heat until the milk begins to scald (water vapor forms, but the milk does NOT boil), stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and allow to sit for 2 hours.
  2. Strain milk mixture through a fine sieve to remove lavender flowers, saving the milk. Stir yogurt into milk mixture. If you want a pop of color, add in red and blue food coloring, one drop at a time, until desired color is reached!
  3. Pour into 9 popsicle molds and freeze for at least 5 hours, preferably overnight. When ready to eat popsicles, place under hot water for 10-15 seconds to help loosen the popsicle from the mold.

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52 comments

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For real? Only 67 cals in these beautiful and delicious pops? Get out of town!!!! They look amazing and your pictures are great!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Fur real. Thanks, Tori!

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It’s time for me to get a popsicle mold. These sound refreshing and light, Sarah, and they’re so pretty. Love the hint of purple color that comes through. Looking forward to seeing what you’ve got coming up for us!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Yes, you should! I got mine on Amazon for $15. Totally worth it.

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So pretty!! Love!

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These are SO classy! I love them! I tried growing lavender for years and each time they’ve died on me. I’ve decided to just settle on buying dried lavender and have some stocked up. This is a Popsicle I would love to eat while I think about possibly working on my beach body some day soonish.

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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So sad. Lavender is my favorite flower. Dried is a good alternative 🙂

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I can’t get over how lovely these are! Almost too pretty to eat!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Alllmost, right? 🙂

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You had me at 65 calories. Love these!

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These could NOT be more perfect for this pregnancy chica destined to be 400 pounds in the middle of August. High in protein, elegant, and simple?! I cannot even handle you Sarah! Cannot even handle your brilliance!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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You’re too kind! Your pregnant belly will looove these!

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I am right there with you girlfriend! I love love love hot yoga, but I’m not sure it can make up for all the cookies/cake/fudge I’ve been eating to get through the winter, right? For the longest time I didn’t have a Popsicle mold, but I think this is going to be my first recipe for warmer weather!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Oh it can ABSOLUTELY make up for it! And I just bought mine and am obsessed! So excited for lemonade pops, etc. Yeee!

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You’re killing me, These are beautiful!

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Girl I am glad you are monitoring my beach diet because I surely haven’t been doing a good job of it. So here here to you! Also these are just the loveliest pops ever!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Well thanks, love! Always got you covered 🙂

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These look so good Sarah! Love how fresh and light they are! And of course your pictures are beautiful!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Thanks, Mira! Fresh is a great way to describe them. Mmmm!

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Beautiful! I really need a popsicle mold, too (and maybe that will bring popsicle-worthy weather 😉

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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I got mine on Amazon and highly recommend. It was less than $15!

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This is the perfect healthy dessert to get in shape for the summer! I love the flavor of these popsicles, Sarah! So creative and looks so delicious!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Thank you as always, Gayle!

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I simply cannot get over how lovely these are how healthy! Gorgeous photos, too 🙂

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So pretty! That beach bod though is gonna be a problem… I’ve still got a couple months, right?!

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Better make that 134 calories, because I’m having at least two!

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I’m wondering if almond milk or coconut milk would work but for now I’ll stick to whole milk since the recipe specifies that.

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Chanel, I’m sure either of those would be a fine substitution. You just may want to use 2% greek yogurt so there is some fat in the popsicles. I find that without any fat, they can get a little icy. Hope this helps and happy baking!

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Thank you thank you and thanks for the quick reply, making them now!

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If you’re using full-fat coconut milk from a can, there will be plenty in there (Chaokoh is the recommended brand. It has an AOK in the middle. There are imposters). Silk coconut milk (in the dairy section) might not have enough fat in it.

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What a delightful treat! And 67 calories – yeah, my bikini body is totally down for these!

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Sarah, these are gorgeous!!!! LOVE the Lavender flowers!!!! I once added fresh thyme to a lemon blueberry ice cream and it was phenomenal! I had a total fail at popsicle making last year. . couldn’t get my popsicles out of the mold but need to try again. . making these!!! so pretty!

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Ahhh, I feel like I can smell these through the screen, they look so good!

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I have a whole jar of culinary lavender in the house waiting for this to happen. I can’t wait for popsicle season to kick off–these are definitely on top of that “to make” list!

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These are GENIUS! And also, the prettiest popsicles I have ever seen! Where did you find that awesome baking sheet?! I’ve been dying to find one that looks well used!

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Those popsicles look SO yummy! I’m loving the honey and lavender flavors!! Pinned 🙂

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These are basically the prettiest popsicles I’ve EVER seen. Love them. I’m not really ready to think about my bikini body yet. Eeekkks.

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wow these look super delicious! Yum.

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I didn’t go to yoga once (but I DID do a whole lot of Zumba)..so i am totally jumping on this beach body bandwagon with you! BRING ON THE POPSICLES! This honey lavender ish is all sorts of fabulous.

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Honey + lavender is one of my FAVORITE combinations. Can’t wait to make these! The light purple hue makes them feel so fancy and romantic.

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These look so good, I can almost taste them from here. I have so much lavender growing in my garden, now I have one more use for it 🙂 Thank you!!

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These are so fresh and healthy! I love the flavor combo. I recently had a honey lavender latte and it was delicious! Can only imagine how great and refreshing these will be!

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Does this recipe still work if we substitute the whole milk for almond or soy milk? I haven’t drank whole milk since i was a child or is this one of those recipes where the whole milk is absolutely essential

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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Hi Rebecca! Though I haven’t made popsicles with almond/soy milk, I would think that that would work! In that case it may be a good idea to substitute in a low fat greek yogurt instead of non-fat. My worry would simply be that the popsicles would taste a little icy without any fat in them. Let me know how they turn out & happy baking!

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Honey Lavender sounds like the perfect combination and the color is so beautiful! I’ll have to try these asap!

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I made these using coconut yogurt and almond milk because I can’t do dairy at all anymore. I also used blueberries and blackberries, about 4 combined, to give it some color. My boys loved them and they were really easy for them to make themselves.

So thank you so much.

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