Vanilla yogurt frozen popsicles
As you may know, making frozen popsicles is something that I make often. I never buy store bought and because my kids love them today I ventured to make the most simple and yet delicious vanilla yogurt frozen popsicles.
I can’t stress enough how much we love making frozen popsicles. The weather is getting warmer and making healthy frozen popsicles to have as a snack is one of the things my kids look forward to the most. Most of the time, I actually let them have seconds, since the homemade frozen popsicles that I make are always healthy and nutritious.
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For this vanilla yogurt frozen popsicles I kept the recipe super easy and simple. If you are new to making frozen popsicles this is the recipe for you. Just make sure you purchase a popsicle mould and you are good to go. I have two. I have no idea what I would do without them since I used them so much.
I actually don’t use the top metal part that comes with it, never did. After placing the mixture in each popsicle hole and placing the wooden stick I go ahead and freeze them. Then, I just release each popsicle using some running warm water for a few seconds which works every time.
I think these vanilla yogurt frozen popsicles have become a top contender flavor in our house. Next time I make these I I will double the batch for sure!
Vanilla yogurt frozen popsicles
Miryam's original recipe
Yield: 8 popsicles
Total Time: 5 minutes
- 4 5.3 oz vanilla Yulu yogurt
- 1/3 cup almond milk
- 2 tbs maple syrup, optional
- 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips
- 1/4 cup raw pistachios, chopped
Place the popsicle ingredients in a mixing bowl. With a wire whisk, mix until combined. Divide the mixture between the popsicle holes and place a wooden stick into each.
Freeze for at least 3-4 hours.
Before serving, melt the chocolate on a microwave-safe-bowl at 30 seconds intervals until the chocolate has completely melted. Spread some melted chocolate over each popsicle (I used a spoon for this step) and sprinkle some chopped pistachios over the chocolate.
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Looks creamy and delicious! I will have to try that yogurt!
I love this idea- I’m always skeptical about freezing yogurt but this looks so good!
Simple, healthy and very tasty!
I just made my first popsicle recipe for this session yesterday and it was great. Yours looks just perfect. Love your little girl picture ;-)
These look fantastic Miryam. Our kids our into homemade popsicles so we’ll have to try these out!
The only thing better than frozen yogurt popsicles…are CHOCOLATE COVERED frozen yogurt popsicles!! These are so fun!
Just ordered my molds can’t wait to try your recopes!☺
I hope you like them. :-) Thanks for stopping by.
I had ripe bananas but didn’t have time to freeze them. I also had plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt rather than flavored. I added 3 Tablespoons of Swerve and froze quickly in my Cuisinart ice cream maker. Topped it with sugar-free granola and unsweetened coconut. Perfectly tasty and sweet.