Made with fresh fruit and Greek yogurt, Greek yogurt popsicles are not only delicious, they’re also good for you. They’re packed with nutrients so you can even have them for breakfast and start your day with a frozen treat.
I’m more of a cereal and oatmeal kind of girl. Red is the one who’s obsessed with Greek yogurt. We buy them in bulk at Costco and she creates all these
weird doubtful creative combinations that she swears are dubious, I mean, delicious.
Those humongous tubs take up so much space in
my our fridge though so one day that I was in a popsicle experimenting kind of mood (which was most days lol. Have you checked out my coconut popsicles?), I decided to take one of those giant tubs and use it in the name of science.
Greek yogurt popsicles
And was I in for a surprise. They make for creamy, delicious pops. They’re not your usual sweet-on-sweet popsicles but tangy-on-sweet, which I like. And I see Red putting all kinds of fruit on her yogurt bowl so that’s what I did too. I loved Greek yogurt as a popsicle base so much I ended up using it to make 3 different popsicle flavours.
Lemon curd with blackberries
Naturally, the first flavour combo I present to you is lemon (I’m not the Lemon Fan Club President for nothing). Lemon curd, to be precise. Then I put in fresh blackberries and you have a lemony pop with icy blackberry bites.
Next are green kiwi popsicles. I promise I made them but I lost the pictures so (a very painful) lesson learned? When you think you’ve backed up your files, back them up again before you format your camera’s memory card (ironically I have several memory cards but I still can’t help wiping each one out after every use. Someone help me!).
And yes, I had kiwi popsicles to make me feel better. Yummy ones. Moving on.
The last flavour on here is roasted strawberries. Have you roasted strawberries before? Oh you should! Roasting brings out a fruit’s natural juices. Just divine. I blended them with the yogurt and out came those pink beauties you see on top.
Roasting involves the oven though so if it’s too hot or too much of a bother, you can just use fresh strawberries too.One Greek yogurt popsicle recipe, countless delicious possibilities!Click To Tweet
Choose your own adventure
Like no-churn ice cream, there is only a single basic recipe you need to remember when making Greek yogurt popsicles. Start with 2 cups of yogurt, add milk to thin it out a bit, your preferred sweetener to taste, then all your favorite things.
So go and make your own favourite blend. Have fun!
Did you make Greek yogurt popsicles? Tell me about it in the comments section below. I’d love to hear all about it. What’s your favourite combo?
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