Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

February 10, 2013

I love yogurt and I love berries.  So what’s not to love when you combine the two and freeze them?  Nothing!

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This recipe is easy, and can be modified in so many ways.  I was planning to get some blueberries for this weekend’s frozen treat, but strawberries were on sale and blueberries were not.  So strawberries it was!  I also picked up a big thing of Greek yogurt, again, the brand that was on sale.  regular, non Greek yogurt would have worked as well.

It would also be fun to swirl the plain yogurt with the blended yogurt for a festive look.  Or to make more than one flavor and layer them up.  Maybe blueberry, strawberry and vanilla and layer them for red/white/blue popsicles.  Lots of options.

They are healthy, and depending on your ingredient selection, fresh and natural!

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I always use local honey

Ingredients:

  • Berries of your choice, fresh or frozen (I used one container of fresh strawberries and 1 ripe banana)
  • 2 teaspoons of vanilla
  • 1 large container of yogurt (I used vanilla Greek yogurt)
  • 1/3 cup honey

Instructions:

  • chop berries
  • combine 1/3 of the yogurt and the rest of the ingredients in a bowl and stir to combine
  • scoop into a food processor (or blender) and process
  • put back into the bowl and add the rest of the yogurt, stir to combine
  • pour into tiny little cups, and add a popsicle stick (or put into a popsicle mold).
  • freeze for 4+ hours.

Yum

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  1. You are speaking my language- YUMMY!!

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