In a blender or small food processor, purée strawberries. Taste the purée and, if too tart, blend in 1 to 2 teaspoons of honey. Scrape purée into a bowl. Gently swirl in ⅔ cup yogurt, taking care not to overblend (in order to retain the pretty swirls). Pour mixture into two popsicle molds (4 ounces each) and insert stick/popsicle holders.
Rinse blender/food processor/bowl and repeat steps with peaches, and then blueberries. Once finished, you should have two strawberry popsicles, two peach popsicles, and two blueberry popsicles.
Place popsicles in the freezer and freeze until solid, 6 to 8 hours. Run each popsicle mold under hot running water for a few seconds to loosen popsicle, and then carefully remove from mold. If desired, drizzle edge of popsicle with honey and dip in granola. Enjoy immediately.
You may use your favorite type of fresh fruit in these yogurt popsicles. If you only have frozen fruit on hand, thaw fruit before puréeing.
If you wish to make a batch of six popsicles using all the same fruit, purée 2 cups fruit before swirling with 2 cups yogurt. Add honey to taste, if desired.
These popsicles will work with your favorite kind of yogurt...regular or Greek yogurt, plain or vanilla flavored.