Frozen Fruit n’ Yogurt Pops

Are you a sneaky cook? If you are anything like me you
are probably looking for ways to get your kids to eat more
fruit and vegetables.  I haven’t figured out a way to make
these with broccoli quite yet, but my kids gobble them up
when I make them these homemade
frozen yogurt and fruit pops.
I love to make homemade snacks so I can avoid ingredients
I don’t like, and save money on snacks all summer.

Here are the simple ingredients I use to make frozen
Frozen Fruit n’ Yogurt Pops at home.

Supplies:
Blender 
Popsicle molds that hold 8-12 individual Popsicles

Ingredients:
2 cups of organic vanilla yogurt
2 cups of fresh or frozen chopped fruit (blueberries, 
strawberries, mangoes, grapes, etc…)
1/4 sugar or Splenda
Splash of milk (1-2 T)
1/4 t. vanilla extract

Blend all ingredients on high or liquefy setting in blender
until smooth.  Pour into Popsicle molds leaving about 1/4
of an inch of space at the top of each.  Insert the Popsicle
holders and snap into place.  Set inside your freezer on a flat
surface and freeze for 5-7 hours or until frozen solid.

Remove pops one at a time from holder and enjoy!!
Until next time,

      

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Comments

  1. I love anything cold..with fruit. Lately I have been whipping up alot of smoothies, I should try to free some instead. Have a good weekend.

  2. Yum, we do this too…homemade is always better!! Where'd you find the cute pop holders?!

  3. These look so yummy! I'm going to share on my FB later.

  4. Yum! I need this in my life:)

    Katie

  5. looks refreshing and delicious. I sometime make pudding ones. must try as soon as I get my hands on fresh blueberries

  6. This looks so refreshing!!

  7. Goodness T!!! They look DELICIOUS!!!!!

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