iögo Yogurt: FrozenYogurt Pop Recipe

I recently went to Walmart to look for iögo yogurt created by over 5,000 Canadian dairy farmers. I was there to search out their brand new re-sealable large pouches. Unfortunately, both Walmart and Superstore were sold out >>>>> insert sad face!

That’s how incredibly popular this yogurt brand is. 

iögo comes in 40 plus flavours that are all gelatin-free with no artificial colours. They carry classics like Greek yogurt, vanilla, strawberry, orange, peach+mango, blueberry and even raspberry.

The new iögo large re-sealable pouches are available in iögo Original, iögo Probiotic and iögo Greek. These are a really good option for families for a few reasons:

  • Yogurt is kept fresh and is easy to handle
  • The spout helps prevent mess
  • Less waste as you can squeeze every last drop out
  • Great for adding portions of yogurt to baking and recipes
  • Easy manipulation packaging 
  • Easy to store away, put the cap back on
  • Super convenient

iögo’s new re-sealable large pouches retail at Walmart for $5.69. Get them fast though because honestly they are sold out here in Abbotsford. I have to wait till Monday now to get mine.

In the meantime, I still wanted to make some yummy frozen yogurt pops so I opted for the smaller iögo pouches which come in a set of four. Not as convenient as the larger re-sealable pouches, but still the same delicious flavors.

IÖGO’ Frozen Yogurt Pop Recipe


  • Any iögo yogurt of your choice, the large pouches last a lot longer so I recommend those, my favorite being strawberry and vanilla.
  • Zoku Popsicle moulds (they are the best but any mould will do).
  • Fresh or frozen fruit. I use sensations apple/strawberry sauce puree.


  • Add puree to the bottom of the popsicle mold just a little bit
  • Take your large iögo sealable yogurt and open it, pour into each mold halfway, leaving room at the top.
  • Add a little more puree and top it off with more iögo yogurt
  • Stick in the fridge for at least 6 hours until frozen.

iögo frozen yogurt pops are so delicious and healthy, making great after school snacks for kids, or breakfast snacks for moms like me. I love them! Plus now being able to use IÖGO’ large re-sealable pouches makes baking easier and Popsicle making hassle free! 

Fun Fact: Did you know that the two little dots over iögo’s name means “something different, something new, something to be discovered” 

Have you tried iögo large re-sealable pouches


  1. Amy December 3, 2016 at 7:03 am

    Great idea thanks my little ones will love this ifea.

    1. Jodi Shaw - Site Author December 3, 2016 at 6:24 pm

      Thanks for sharing Amy, I’m glad the will. My son takes a little every day to school.

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