Thursday, May 31, 2018

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Pops

One of my family's favorite summer treats is Greek yogurt pops. They're a healthier, but still really yummy, alternative to mainstream popsicles. And they're super versatile. You can add just about any fruit to create whatever flavor you like.

In this post I will share my recipe for fresh strawberry Greek yogurt pops.


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This recipe is really simple and only requires a few ingredients:

-2 cups of vanilla Greek yogurt (this recipe works with coconut milk yogurt too for a dairy free treat)

-2 cups of fresh strawberries (or substitute with any berry or fruit of your choice)

-Popsicle molds

Wash and slice your strawberries into small thin slices and stir into the Greek yogurt.

Pour into popsicle molds and pop into the freezer until they are completely frozen.

And that's it!



(You can put the strawberries and yogurt in the blender and blend until smooth before freezing if you prefer popsicles without big chunks of fruit.)

If you enjoy these, experiment with other fruits and berries. Fresh pineapple and blackberries are two of our other favorite fruits for Greek yogurt pops.



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9 comments:

  1. Wow! These look so yummy and fun!

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  2. These look so yummy! I love strawberries. Going to give these a try!

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    1. Strawberries are one of my very favorite foods. So excited they're in season :-)

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    2. Strawberries are one of my very favorite foods. So excited they're in season :-)

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  3. This looks so yummy. I think my kids would love making them and eating them!

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  4. What a perfect 4th of July dessert! Love it

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    1. They would make a great 4th of July treat :-)

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  5. Going to try these out for my next get-together!

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  6. These sound delish! This is going on my list of things to try!

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