These dessert popsicles are so full of nutrients, you could even serve them for breakfast! Made with Greek yoghurt and three different berries, this brilliant purple popsicle will be an instant family favorite.
Fresh Fruit and Yoghurt Pops is rated
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Rated 5 out of
perfect cold treat for our 100+ degree weather!I made these for my husband. It's 100+ degrees up here and he eats a couple of otter pops every evening. So I thought I'd try making something else he could cool down with.
I didn't change the recipe at all. We used plastic 6-popsicle molds that you get from any department store. The recipe made exactly 12 which is a perfect number. I was planning to use the Frozen Dessert setting, but at the last minute I noticed that the recipe recommends the Smoothie setting. That worked just fine, the mixture was pour-able and easily went into the Popsicle molds.
We were keen to try them, and they definitely were not ready to eat after 4 hours of freezing. Alas we left them overnight to freeze solid.
Date published: 2019-08-04
Rated 5 out of
Loved it!My granddaughter and I made this and it is delicious. We used frozen mixed berries and a frozen banana and cut the recipe in half. We put all the ingredients in my new A3500 Vitamix and set it on the smoothie setting. It came out very smooth and we poured it into the popsicle molds. Great Treat!
Date published: 2020-06-02
Rated 3 out of
Didn't love themFor the ingredients used, I thought they'd be better. Mine were seedy & stuck in the Tupperware popsicle molds.