All you need is 5 minutes and 5 ingredients to make these healthy and delicious Triple Berry Yogurt Popsicles you can even enjoy for breakfast! They're perfect after a workout and a guilt-free snack to cool off with on these hot summer days.
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How to Make these Frozen Treats
I've been getting blueberries and blackberries in our CSA share and had a carton of strawberries, which turned into the berry trio for these pops. Raspberries would obviously work as well. I used about a cup of each, and you can certainly use whatever combination you like. I also drizzled the berries with some agave to bring out their sweetness and keep the popsicles refined sugar free.
All you need to do is pulse the berries until they're at least a jam-like consistency. Or, you can completely puree them if you prefer.
Next, you'll simply fold the berries into the Greek yogurt. I wanted the mixture to be pretty well blended, but you could also alternate layering the berries and yogurt in the the popsicle mold to have more of a marbled effect.
How long does it take to freeze popsicles?
It literally takes five minutes at most to whip up this creamy berry mixture and get into your popsicle mold. You can probably get away with freezing for about four hours, but I think overnight is best.
TIP! When ready to enjoy run the mold under warm water for 30-45 seconds to loosen the popsicles enough to slide out smoothly.
Hope you're having a fun, safe and healthy summer! Cheers, gang!! xo, Kim
More Summer Desserts to Try
Triple Berry Yogurt Popsicles
- 3 cups assorted fresh berries (I used 1 cup each strawberries, blueberries and blackberries)
- 1 ½ tablespoons agave or honey
- 3 cups plain or vanilla Greek yogurt
- Place berries in a bowl of a food processor.
- Drizzle agave over fruit.
- Pulse several times until desired consistency.
- Place yogurt in a large bowl.
- Fold blended berries into the yogurt.
- Transfer mixture to a large pastry bag to fill popsicle molds. Or, you can use a spoon to fill the molds; it will just take a little longer.
- Cover the mold and insert popsicle sticks.
- Freeze at least 4 hours, or overnight to set.
- Run hot water around the mold for 30-45 seconds to help release the popsicles. Enjoy!
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