Quark Cheese Berry Popsicles

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These popsicles have German Quark cheese in them which is packed with protein and perfect for a hot summer day treat. Quark is a very common fresh cheese that you can get it everywhere here in Germany. Alternatively, you can use Greek yoghurt or cottage cheese.

  • 200 g 20% Quark cheese
  • 150 g Frozen berries
  • 1-2 tbsp Honey
  1. Stir all the ingredients together with a wooden spoon. Spoon the mixture into the moulds and smooth the surface. Insert popsicle sticks and freeze for at least 2 hours.

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96 comments:

Dawn Yucuis 4/6/14 05:01

I love these popsicle. They sound like they would be nice and refreshing for the hot summer days. Also I like that they sound nice and healthy.

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Muna Kenny 4/6/14 05:23

Oh Angie, what a great treat for this summer, I love how easy and simple to make these popsicles. Your pictures are so beautiful :)

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TasteHongKong 4/6/14 06:56

Love yogurt pop; love your simple combo with lower calories. Little ones and bigger ones should both be happy with these : ).

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Elzbieta Hester 4/6/14 07:25

.... time I made some too for the hot days ahead. Yours look fantastic, Angie. Never thought about using quark. Thanks!

ela h.
Gray Apron

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Cristina 4/6/14 07:29

Beautiful popsicles, Angie! I need to find me some quark cheese!!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 4/6/14 08:54

Very tempting and so pretty! A great summer treat.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Alida 4/6/14 10:59

Oh these are so beautiful, not only delicious! I love the fact that they have no sugar. A delicious and refreshing snack for the summer. Great healthy option for the children. X

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Sharon D 4/6/14 11:06

Oh, this is so pretty, Angie! I've never even heard of quark cheese but it sounds really exciting :D

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Jasna Varcakovic 4/6/14 12:22

Looks like summer is arriving to your kitchen; great creation Angie!

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 4/6/14 12:35

These popsicles are adorable and your presentation is spectacular with the berries.
Sam

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Medeja 4/6/14 12:57

Yummy! They really look like perfect summertime treat!

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Finla 4/6/14 13:55

Love the idea , I think i will give this one a try in the summer. I am going to pin it so i will know where to look otherwise seeing so many recipes i will forget about it :-)

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Caroline Taylor 4/6/14 14:13

Great idea, they look lovely and sound refreshing.

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Bel | Ooh, Look... 4/6/14 14:34

These ingredients would make a fabulous sorbet, too. Though your cool pops are better for licking :P

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Krecia 4/6/14 15:04

These look absolutely delicious!:) And so simple to make!

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 4/6/14 16:15

Totally in love with these popsicles... and totally in love with that pretty pastel color!

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Susan 4/6/14 16:21

Oh my, when I find my popsickle molds (in a box somewhere!) I must make these amazing treats. Thank you--my grands will love them!

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Ann Low 4/6/14 17:09

Yum... these popsicles look so pretty. I'm going to make some too!

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prachi agarwal 4/6/14 18:36

wow ....great click...........looks very delicious...........................

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Shibi Thomas 4/6/14 18:38

The popsicles look awesome and loved the burst of berries in it. Perfect for summer!!

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Nammi 4/6/14 18:53

yumm I could use one of those

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grace 4/6/14 19:49

what unique and terrific popsicles! best use of quark ever, i'd say. :)

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Tisa Jacob 4/6/14 21:36

I've heard of quark, never used it. These popsicles look so insanely good. I might use cottage cheese and give this a go.

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 4/6/14 23:00

I'm familiar with quark, it was usually served at breakfast buffets of all the hotels that I have stayed at both in Germany as well as Austria. I can imagine how good your pretty berry popsicles are.

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Juliana 4/6/14 23:54

I have never heard of quark cheese...after an internet search I learned some facts about this cheese...I can imagine how delicious are these popsicles with berries...a perfect treat for the warm weather.
Enjoy the rest of your week Angie :D

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Monica 5/6/14 00:29

I've only recently even heard of quark cheese. Love learning all these things. These popsicles are very inventive. :)

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ami@naivecookcooks 5/6/14 02:11

I have been dying to make popsicles but got no wooden sticks! Angie, these look so refreshing!!

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Kelly LifemadeSweeter 5/6/14 04:05

Love how pretty and refreshing these look. What a great idea to use quark cheese in ice cream and the pictures are stunning Angie! Love all the berries in here too :)

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Regina @ LeelaLicious 5/6/14 04:15

Oh you have no idea how jealous I am that you have quark so readily available. I have never had it frozen; we always used it in German cheesecake. There are substitutions that work, but I will forever notice that it is a little different from what I grew up with :)

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Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 5/6/14 04:56

Love that you used quark cheese here Angie - beautiful, seasonal pops! They look so creamy and delicious. Pretty photos too.

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House In Tillford 5/6/14 04:59

These looks great- and your photos are amazing! Looks like an advertorial

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Priscilla at Homegrown Delight 5/6/14 09:37

The popsicles looks wonderful and I love all the strawberries and blueberries everywhere. Nice photography. What a perfect summer treat!

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Joanne 5/6/14 13:44

What a refreshing sweet treat!

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Lite Home Bake 5/6/14 16:25

So sweet and pretty :) Wish i could grab one out of the screen :)

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kitchen flavours 5/6/14 16:42

I want, I want! Delightful treat!

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Ashley 5/6/14 16:58

I need to get my popsicle molds out of winter hibernation! These look so good!

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Michael Toa 5/6/14 17:21

What?!? only 3 ingredients? that's madness and I love it! They look really refreshing and I just want to grab one.

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 5/6/14 18:46

I am jumping up and down about these Angie! I actually found Quark cheese in our grocery store the other day and I immediately thought of you. Can't wait to try these - as soon as I get some popsicle molds! They are so beautiful!

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Cailee Joy 5/6/14 18:47

These look amazing!! So much healthier than the store bought kind! So very fresh and delicious :)

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tigerfish 5/6/14 19:24

So so pretty and I will not feel any guilt eating two....or three....even four! :D

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 5/6/14 19:26

Angie, these are soooo pretty and delicious! Will definitely be making them before the month is over.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 6/6/14 00:27

Beautiful popsicles, Angie! I would love to try these with Greek Yogurt.

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sweetcarolinescooking 6/6/14 00:40

These are beautiful, Angie! Perfect for summer. I want one!!

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Mary 6/6/14 00:58

these are so beautiful and I can just imagine how great they taste!
Mary

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Amy (Savory Moments) 6/6/14 03:05

Wow Angie - these photos are so stunning and these popsicles look delicious!!

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Liz Berg 6/6/14 03:46

Wow, I love the look of these creamy berry popsicles! You've done it again...I'm always hungry leaving your blog :)

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Beth 6/6/14 04:18

What beautiful treats! I've never used quark cheese but it sounds like a great alternative here.

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Gina Stanley 6/6/14 05:25

Hi Angie, I've been missing out of here, I plan on making lots of popsicles this summer and I love the idea of using yogurt, I haven't seen the quark here, but I'm thinking with lots of fresh fruit it will be just as good as yours. Hope you have been well.
-Gina-

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 6/6/14 05:43

Angie, is their anything you make that isn't gorgeous and healthy? You rock!

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Catherine 6/6/14 06:03

Those popsicles look very refreshing and sound real good. Blessings, Catherine xo

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Jessica Hylton 6/6/14 08:30

Love the quark cheese! I keep seeing it and loved that you tried it. As always, your photos are stunning!

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Veronica's Kitchen 6/6/14 08:58

That's what I want for a cool summer treat!

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Gourmet Getaways 6/6/14 12:07

My eyes lit up upon seeing this! I felt like a child eager to have a popsicle stick. Looks fantastic!

Julie
Gourmet Getaways

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My Inner Chick 6/6/14 13:43

Refreshing for Summer.
Lovely treats! xx
Happy Weekend, dear.

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Debra Eliotseats 6/6/14 13:51

It is Popsicle time. These look delicious, Angie.

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Barbara 6/6/14 14:19

Don't those look yummy for a hot day? A healthy treat for kids, too.

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Shashi Charles 6/6/14 14:40

ooh - so love these 3 ingredient healthy popsicles - how do you stop at one? :)

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Hema 6/6/14 15:20

Easy and delicious popsicles, and the pictures are so colorful and pretty..

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Pam 6/6/14 18:11

They look delicious and refreshing!

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Ann Jones 6/6/14 20:42

I love all your photos, so inviting! These look perfect for summer :)

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 6/6/14 21:58

Protein in a popsicle is such a great idea Angie, they look wonderful for the hot days to come.

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Kathy 6/6/14 22:37

These popsicles look wonderfully creamy and refreshing! And very pretty too!

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mjskit 6/6/14 23:53

Talk about an easy and delicious treat! I would have loved to have had one of these on Tuesday when it reached 100 F here. What a great summer treat!

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Gloria Baker 7/6/14 00:25

Love the shots! Look amazing Angie!

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Elisabeth Pregadio 7/6/14 00:53

Hi Angie, thank you for your kind comment on my blog...sorry for not commenting in a while; just been ignoring my own blog and haven't done visiting others, as well!
I adore this pretty and super refreshing yummy popsicles. It's so easy to make if I can find some quark cheese! ( I pinned it but don't know what's going on w/ google+) just not showing my +!

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lena 7/6/14 04:12

i would love to have this! not only i think they taste wonderful, they look very attractive and pretty too!

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lisa h. 7/6/14 14:58

Beautiful summer colours and flavourful too :D

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Man Ridwan 7/6/14 15:42

Short list ingredients with ton of flavored,sound really good for hot summer days!

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Cooking Gallery 7/6/14 15:57

The photos look super pretty, Angie!! I haven't been here for a while and I am glad to be back! Schönes Wochenends :)!

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motherrimmy 7/6/14 16:39

I'd forgotten all about quark cheese. It's a nice low calorie option, isn't it? These look incredible and so easy to make too! Have a good weekend Angie. :)

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Nazneen Hamilton 7/6/14 16:47

My favourite Popsicles are always strawberry based, these look absolutely gorgeous! Love the the addition of quark.

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jehanne@thecookingdoctor 7/6/14 19:48

my popsicle mould is staring at me for days now, and berries are going bad in the fridge. This is what I need! Its scorching hot here, this will be great for the kiddo too :-)

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Amy Clark 7/6/14 19:55

With the sun out today, these look like a fantastic treat!

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Daniela Grimburg 7/6/14 20:25

Love everything about this recipe : flavors, textures and the pretty colors.
Could the quark be replaced with Greek Yogurt? Unfortunately it's very difficult to find Quark over here.

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fimère .b 8/6/14 17:26

super beau et bon un vrai régal bravo
bonne journée

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Judit + Corina @Wine Dine daily 8/6/14 22:23

We are in love with these beautiful popsickles, Angie! Wish we could find German Quark cheese here in Califronia, we used to eat it all the time when we lived in Darmstadt :)

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sprinklesandsauce 8/6/14 23:05

great use of quark cheese! love these popsicles!

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The Yum List 9/6/14 03:16

They look like a perfect treat for a hot afternoon.

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Jess Bakericious 9/6/14 03:57

Angie, I need some for such hot weather in Spore now!

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Reeni 9/6/14 04:28

Refreshing and delicious Angie! Plus they're pretty too! They would make me happy eating them. :-)

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sophiesfoodiefiles 9/6/14 11:01

I made these glorious tasty quark popsicles &love them so much! They are just superb, Angie! Really easy to make & to devour too! :) xxx

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Terra 10/6/14 05:27

Ignore my last comment, my computer went crazy. These Popsicles look gorgeous, and I bet taste awesome! Love that they do not have refined sugar. Yum, Hugs, Terra

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Barbara Bakes 10/6/14 05:30

They almost look to pretty to eat!

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Mireya @myhealthyeatinghabits 12/6/14 16:58

They must be really yummy with quark cheese. Unfortunately, you can't easily find that here in Arizona so I'll try them with yogurt. I'm sure they'll be really good anyway. I also like that you didn't blend it so you find bits of fruit when you bite into it.

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 13/6/14 03:38

I have never tried this type of cheese but for the looks of it and the fact that I love any cheese I should give this a go :-) They look terrific.

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Lisa Lin 13/6/14 06:21

I love the creaminess of these popsicles! I wish I can have one of these right now!

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Kiran @ KiranTarun.com 14/6/14 06:44

So refreshing and summery. Love the use of quark here :)

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Roz Corieri Paige 15/6/14 22:22

Oh such beautiful popsicles! I've never made them before and need to get with it! This is a wonderful recipe for the upcoming hot days of summer, Angie! PS: I found your comments and they are both posted! I'm sorry for any inconvenience! you're a true friend for letting me know about that 'glitch'. Blessings, Roz

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Nippon Nin 17/6/14 20:02

I love peach popsicle but this is very pretty too. Heck! I will try both!

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My Little Space 20/6/14 02:25

Is it summer in German? You're started making ice pop. lol. These sound as good.
Kristy

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Amelia 26/6/14 13:53

Hi Angie, this is so lovely and inviting. I want 2 pieces please. Beautiful photography. You're really good, 2 thumbs up for you.

Best regards.

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Magda 26/6/14 21:05

Oh wow I've never thought of making ice cream with a quark cheese. How thick is German quark? Polish twarog is quite thick. I think I may need to add some yogurt

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Angie Schneider 27/6/14 04:47

@MagdaGerman Quark is not as thick Polish twarog, so yes, some addition of yogurt would be perfect.

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Kerry V 12/5/15 15:37

Could you use fat free quark please? Thanks x

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