Red, White, & Blue Yogurt Popsicles
Generating wholesome, gluten-free of charge popsicles is simple and a lot more enjoyable than you’d imagine. Wait and see if your husband doesn’t snag a single from the freezer. Joe constantly does.
I purchased some popsicle molds when I was operating on my book due to the fact I wanted to consist of a fun kid recipe and, well, I enjoy to eat them. These popsicles have everything I really like – the color is all natural – it comes from the fruit. Plus, they’ve got lots of calcium and protein from the Greek yogurt. Blueberries add wholesome anti-oxidants.
I know these aren’t actually red, white, and blue – they’re a lot more like pink, white, and purpleish-blue. They’re close adequate to celebrate with on Independence Day.
You can sweeten these to taste employing stevia, agave, or even thawed white grape juice concentrate. I utilised stevia. The sweetness of the colored layers comes from the fruit, so commence with a tiny and add much more to your liking. I like the way the tart, white center provides some contrast in flavor.
Cease by Elana’s Pantry – she’s giving away my book and sharing her edition of my Almond Butter Popsicle recipe.
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Berry Yogurt Popsicles (Red, White, & Blue Yogurt Popsicles)
Summary: A easy and healthy popsicle best for hot days and for celebrating the 4th of July
- 2 1/3 cups Greek yogurt, divided
- 1/2 cup organic sliced strawberries
- 1/two cup natural blueberries
- option of sweetener to taste: stevia, agave, or thawed white grape juice concentrate
- Puree 2/three cups of the Greek yogurt and the strawberries in a mini-food processor with sliced strawberries. Sweeten to taste.
- Spot the strawberry yogurt in a pastry bag or a big Zip-loc bag, cut off a tiny corner and squeeze into the bottom of 6 (four-ounce) popsicle molds, becoming cautious not to get any on the sides of the molds.
- Freeze for 20 minutes.
- Puree 1 cup of Greek yogurt then sweeten to taste.
- Spot in a pastry bag or a significant Zip-loc bag, cut off a tiny corner and squeeze on top of the strawberry layer, being cautious not to get any on the sides of the molds.
- Freeze for 20 minutes.
- Puree the remaining 2/three cups of the Greek yogurt and the blueberries in a mini-meals processor. Sweeten to taste.
- Insert 1 popsicle stick into the center of each and every popsicle.
- Spot the blueberry yogurt in a pastry bag or a significant Zip-loc bag, cut off a tiny corner and squeeze on best of the white layer becoming cautious not to get any on the popsicle stick.
- Freeze for 4 hours or till solid.
If you do not have popsicle molds, use paper cups or even ice cube trays.
Preparation time: twenty minute(s)
Cooking time: minutes(s)
Diet plan tags: Gluten no cost
Range of servings (yield): six