3 Ingredient Tillamook Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops

We’re beyond excited for the launch of Tillamook’s new online community for real food fans! “The Tillamook Co-Op” empowers fans to take a more active role in the company as well as gives members access to exclusive content and events (Oh, and you can name a cow too!). Over the last few days The Tillamook Co-Op has gained more than 30,000 members, crushing the original goal, proving how much consumers crave transparency…and wholesome Tillamook products.

Tillamook Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops | SodaPop PR

To celebrate, we wanted to step into spring with a recipe using just three ingredients that’ll put a smile on your face. These Strawberry Yogurt Pops are healthy, yet taste indulgent. They come together in just under ten minutes, then are popped into the freezer to set. Once they’re frozen, this sweet treat is perfect for a mid-afternoon moment or a delicious and light dessert. One thing’s for sure: everyone in the family is going to make these all season long.

Tillamook Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops | SodaPop PR Tillamook Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops | SodaPop PR


10 3-oz ice pops


10 minutes


4 5.3 oz containers Tillamook 2% Farmstyle Greek Yogurt (We used vanilla and strawberry)
½ cup milk
½ pint strawberries, diced


  1. Whisk yogurt and milk together. We used half vanilla and half strawberry flavored yogurt, but use any Tillamook flavor desired.
  2. In ice pop molds, layer diced strawberries and yogurt mixture at desired intervals, shaking at every layer to remove air bubbles. Stop when each mold is full, and add ice pop sticks.
  3. Freeze overnight or at least six hours, allowing ice pops to set completely before removing from mold.

We hope you make these ice pops, and check out the Tillamook Co-Op. It is free to join…go ahead, click here…you know you want to name a cow!

Cheers to a sunny and simple spring!

Tillamook Strawberry Yogurt Ice Pops | SodaPop PR

In the Kitchen with Soda Pop PR: An At-Home Juice Recipe

One of the latest nutrition trends taking over LA is cold-pressed juice. It seems like a new juice shop pops up every week with new flavors and cleanses. We’ve become such fans of this healthy juicing revolution that we’ve invested in our own at-home juicers to satisfy our daily craving. Juicing is a simple and delicious way to pack more fruit and vegetables into your diet and we hope you’ll enjoy our delicious ginger beet juice recipe below!


overview roots  apples

A great source of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, iron, potassium and folate.


2 servings, about 8 ounces each

ACTIVE TIME:         

15 minutes


1 large beet

4 tall celery stalks

8 kale leaves

2 medium apples, cored and sliced

1 1-inch piece peeled fresh ginger

1 lemon, peeled

2 medium whole carrots


1. Wash the fruit and vegetables thoroughly.

2. Remove the carrot and beetroot tops. Peel lemon. Slice and remove apple cores.

3. Slice vegetables and fruit into manageable sizes to fit your juicer.

4. Process kale, apple, lemon, celery, carrot, beet and ginger through your juicer and divide juice evenly into two glasses.

Enjoy within 72 hours to receive the highest nutritional benefits.

TIP: Keep all your ingredients in the fridge prior to juicing. This will make your juice cooler without having to add ice, which could water down the flavor.


Cheers to a healthy 2014!