Raspberry Yogurt Pudding Salad

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easy raspberry yogurt salad

Easy, delicious Raspberry Yogurt Salad!

Have you tried Raspberry Yogurt Pudding Salad yet? So easy, you could make it any time, but pretty enough for a special occasion! And let’s be honest, it isn’t a healthy salad – really more of delicious dessert. But it is totally acceptable to serve as a side dish at a BBQ, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any family gathering. 😉

raspberry yogurt salad

Fruit Salad with Yogurt

I like to use a good strawberry Greek yogurt in this raspberry yogurt salad recipe for extra protein and other good stuff, but any yogurt will do. Keep in mind, if you use Greek yogurt, the salad will be thicker than if you use a regular yogurt. Either way it is delicious!

Then just mix the yogurt and the dry cheesecake pudding mix together. Use an electric mixer for best results on this part – it helps get rid of the lumps easier and faster.

fruit salad with yogurt and cool whip

Fruit salad with yogurt and Cool Whip! Yum! It’s creamy and sweet, but still light and fluffy with yummy strawberry and raspberry flavors going on. The cheesecake pudding mix provides a hint of cheesecake flavor too.

What is Cool Whip?

Cool Whip is a brand of store-bought whipped topping sold in a little tub at most grocery stores around here. Any brand will do though.

raspberry fluff with yogurt

It’s raspberry fluff with yogurt! Frozen raspberries are perfect in this yogurt fruit salad. But you can totally change it up with any other frozen fruit or a mixture of frozen berries or fruit.

raspberry fluff with yogurt recipe

This raspberry yogurt pudding salad will be a big hit at your next potluck or family meal. It is super simple and easy to make and pretty much everyone that tries it will love it! Enjoy!

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Easy raspberry yogurt salad recipe - fruit salad with yogurt and cool whip

easy raspberry yogurt salad

Raspberry Yogurt Pudding Salad

Creamy, sweet, light, fluffy, delicious! Raspberry yogurt salad is sure to be a favorite side dish or dessert.
4.47 / 5 ( 15 Reviews )
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Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 12
Adjust Servings: 12


  • 2 small boxes instant cheesecake pudding mix (or white chocolate pudding mix) 3.4 ounces each
  • 32 ounces strawberry yogurt
  • 16 ounces whipped topping Cool Whip
  • 16 ounces frozen raspberries or any frozen fruit


  • In a large bowl, beat together the dry pudding mix and yogurt. I prefer using an electric mixer for this.
  • Then fold in the Cool Whip whipped topping. (The lumps go away as you keep folding.)
  • Fold in the frozen raspberries (any frozen fruit will work).
  • Keep refrigerated.

Recipe Notes

Thickness will vary depending on the yogurt you use.


Calories: 182kcal | Carbohydrates: 29g | Protein: 4g | Fat: 6g | Sodium: 71mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 24g

Ingredients: Pudding, Raspberries, Whipped Topping, Yogurt
Meal Type: Desserts, Salads, Side Dish, 4th of July, Christmas, Easter, Father's Day, Mother's Day, New Year's Eve, Spring, Summer, Super Bowl Party, Thanksgiving, Egg Free, Gluten Free, Meatless
Categories: BBQ, No Bake

Comments & Reviews

  • I use white chocolate pudding and vanilla yogurt, cool whip, raspberries, and white chocolate chips. It’s delicious.

  • I use white chocolate pudding , vanilla yogurt, cool whip, raspberries, and white chocolate chips. It’s delicious.

  • Can you freeze it after you make it

    • That is a great question. If you want to enjoy it frozen, YES, let it thaw a few minutes b efore serving. If you want to serve it as the recipe intends (not frozen), I think the raspberry would release a lot of moisture as it thaws and make it runny. Maybe try a portion and see how it goes? If you do let us know, please?

      • Hi, Stacy – In your response to Lynn about freezing the salad (the berries might make it runny as they thaw), it made me wonder if that won’t also happen as they thaw during dinner, since they’re added frozen to the mixture – which leads me to ask how long it will keep in the fridge prior to serving it? Id’ like to make this for Easter dinner this Sunday, but that concerns me. Is there a reason fresh berries can’t be substituted for frozen ones? Thank you!

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