Jul 18

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No Fat Orange Creamsicle Pops

Skinny No Fat Orange Creamsicle Pops

This is a wonderful, creamy treat for the entire family. After making this recipe, you won't need to buy these pops at the market anymore, especially since these take only minutes to make. I love this healthy recipe, especially since they remind me of having creamsicles as a child. I loved them then and I love them even more now knowing I can make them with better ingredients for my family. Please give this a try this weekend and let me know what you think. Enjoy.

Nutrition: calories 78, fat 0 g, carbs 17.6 g, fiber .5 g, sugar 17.1 g, sodium 14.7 g, protein 2.5 g, Weight Watchers® points: 2



  • 3 Dole mandarin orange cups in its own juice -- they come in a four pack, 1/2 cup each
  • I 6 ounce container Yoplait fat free vanilla Greek yogurt -- or any fat free vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 3 tbsp honey
  • 3/4 tsp vanilla extract 
  • 8 3 ounce paper cups
  • 8 wooden Popsicle sticks -- you can find these in any craft stores
  • 8 small cut pieces of aluminum foil -- to cover the cups
Have 8 cups ready in an 8 inch round or square pan lined with paper towels.
  1. In a blender, whirl up the 3 cups of oranges until smooth.
  2. Add the yogurt, honey and vanilla extract. Blend once more until you have a smooth, creamy mixture.
  3. Pour into paper cups and cover with the small pieces of foil over each.
  4. Freeze for about 30 minutes. Remove from freezer and make a small cut in each piece of foil and insert the wooden stick into each cup.
  5. Put back in the freezer until completely frozen. About 6-8 hours.

Enjoy this creamy cool treat!

Makes 8 creamsicle pops.



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  1. Ellen B Cookery

    What a fantastic idea! I love homemade treats!

  2. Pam (Skinny Sweets Daily)

    Hi Ellen, you are a doll! Thank you! Don’t they just remind you of the Ice cream truck? LOL! Take care and thanks as always! :)

  3. Martha

    What a fun, healthy and delicious looking recipe! I’ve bookmarked it and also added it to a roundup of Weight Watchers Friendly Summer Recipes I’ll be posting tomorrow!

    1. Pam (Skinny Sweets Daily)

      Hi Martha, Thank you! You are such a doll. I really appreciate you doing that. I just went to your blog and it’s great. I love it. So many of us have been on Weight Watchers. I don’t consider WW a diet, just a great eating plan. That’s why I like to put WW points for each recipe. This way people can have their sweets and not feel guilty. I really respect you for being a WW leader. I know from personal experience, the leaders have been so helpful and just really wonderful. Thanks again. Smiles, Pam

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