Blend all the ingredients. Put the banana, greek yogurt, date syrup and blueberries into a blender and blend until you have a smooth consistency.
Finalize your popsicles. Fill your ice-cream popsicles with the mixture and place in the freezer. We use this silicone mold and get 6 popsicles.
Freeze and serve. Freeze for about 6 hours before serving.
Ice Cream Molds
Omit the sweetener if making for babies under 1 because you don't want them to associate snacks with sweetness. Use fresh blueberries. This is a must for this Blueberry Yogurt Popsicle. If you use frozen ones no matter how much or long you drain them they will still be moist and therefore add water to the popsicle which will make them less creamy. And that end result might not be the same as when using fresh blueberries.Use a ripe banana. Although this is not a must, I would recommend for you to use a ripe banana as it will give more sweetness to the popsicle. But if you like less sweeter options you can easily go for an under ripe one if you have a good blender.Allow enough time to freeze. To make sure that the popsicles are really ideal for eating, you need to allow enough time for them to fully freeze. When I tested the recipe, I've found that anything less than 6 hours is just not enough causing them to break when you take them out from the mold.