Thursday, May 31, 2018

Recipe: Fresh Fruit and Yogurt Ice Pops

As a child I loved it when my mom made, what we called, popsicles. She bought this exact set of popsicle molds when I was a little girl and kept different kinds of pops going in the freezer for me all summer long. 

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That, of course, was back in the days before home air conditioning was common and the long, hot days of summer seemed never-ending. Anything to help keep cool was always welcomed, but something cold that tasted yummy was a real treat! 😋

Fast forward...2018...

My husband and I were shopping at Walmart when I ran across these cute little ice pop molds. I asked my husband if he might enjoy some frozen yogurt pops and he said, "Yes! That sound like fun!"...so...we bought them. The cost per four-pack was under $1.00.

Fruit and Yogurt Ice Pops

Here is the recipe that I came up with. It was enough to make a dozen ice pops...

FRUIT AND YOGURT ICE POPS

2 cups mixed fresh or frozen fruit (I used 3/4 cup frozen blueberries, 1 cup frozen strawberries and one fresh banana
2 cups plain yogurt 
1/4 cup sugar 

Put fruit, yogurt, and sugar into blender and blend until as smooth or as chunky as you like. Then, pour mixture into ice pop molds and freeze until frozen solid. Enjoy!

Until next time...
~Rebecca

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