Yogurt Pops.


If there’s one thing my child inherited from his dad, it’s a love of ice cream. My husband has been known to go through an entire carton of ice cream in 24 hours. And given the chance, I’m sure the kid would do it too. So this week I decided to try making some healthy popsicles for the two of them.

This was my first try and they turned out great. The kid LOVES them. And I don’t feel guilty giving it to him since it’s just yogurt and banana.

Yogurt Pops

1 small container any flavor yogurt (I used mixed berry for these)
1 banana, diced
squirt of lemon juice

Combine all ingredients in blended. Once the mixture is smooth, fill 4 popsicle molds 3/4 of the way up. Freeze completely.

If you have trouble removing the popsicles from the mold, allow the mold to sit in a bowl of hot weather for just a few seconds.

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3 Responses to “Yogurt Pops.”

  1. Joelen Says:

    I need to make these since I haven’t used my popscicle molds in a while!

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