Friday, June 15, 2012

Blueberry Vanilla Yogurt Ice Pop Popsicles


Hello Slow Roasters!  Welcome to our Summer Grilling Celebration.  Isn't summer wonderful?  Even with the heat in Arizona I love summer.  The energy is just more happy and fun.  We enjoyed an amazing vacation in Sedona with my parents and can not even describe how breath taking Sedona is.

We are back from our fantastic trip and I am so excited to be home.  Vacations are awesome, but coming home is lovely. Tonight I am kicking back and enjoying my last night with my parents.  They leave tomorrow morning.  Where does the time go? 

My mom and I have had so much fun in the kitchen while she was here.  This popsicle is a special creation I made just for my mom and my Munchin.  It is a perfectly sweet treat, packed with delicious vanilla yogurt and luscious fresh blueberries.  It is succulent, fruity, and creamy.


This is an incredibly refreshing dessert and is low in calories.  Munchkin loves these and so does mom. Packed with vitamin C, antioxidants and power boosting protein, these popsicles are going to be a staple in my freezer now.  Any healthy snack that my Munchkin devours makes me smile.

I am sure these popsicles will make you smile too!!!

With love from our kitchen table to yours!  XO

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Blueberry Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles
makes approximately 10 popsicles
3 ½ cups of low fat vanilla yogurt
2 cups blueberries, fresh or frozen defrosted
1 tablespoon honey

In a small bowl, stir honey and blueberries together. Set aside.

In a blender combine blueberries and 2 cups yogurt, blend until a smooth consistency is achieved

Fill popsicle molds with 1½ cups yogurt.  Layer blueberry mixture on top.  Freeze 4-24 hours, until popsicles are frozen through.  I like to freeze mine for 24 hours.

18 comments:

  1. I made 2 different flavours in last summer, will definitely give this a try in the next summer in Australia!

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  2. I love popsicles! Must ry this!

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  3. These look so delicious! I'm so gonna buy a Ice Pop Maker! ^_^

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  4. I love fruity popsicles...The ombre effect looks perfect!

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  5. these look so great would love one right now so humid in NC :0)

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  6. These pops are such so much fun, what a refreshing treat! I love the 2 tone of your pops.

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  7. Looks delicious and well my favorite food is blueberries - hence the name of my blog!

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  8. Delicious pops...came here through Foodgawker and couldn’t stop appreciating the clicks!! The recipe sounds a cool treat!!!

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  9. These look delicious! What kind of popsicle molds did you use?

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  10. Which Popsicle mold did you use??

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  11. We get our molds from Amazon and eBay. Search ice pop molds, frozen treat molds, popsicle molds.

    Hope that helps.

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  12. Well I think this is really cool. Thanks!

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  13. These look really good. Just be sure you know that if you use the blueberries with dairy they will not have their antioxidant power. I gave up blueberries in my smoothies when I found this out. http://www.naturalnews.com/025516_blueberries_antioxidant_milk.html

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  14. a craft for the kids and dessert to. Win win.

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  15. Not understanding one part, the recipe and the picture don't seem to match - not sure how you get the light vanilla top if you blended it w/ the blueberries. Am I missing something?

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    1. Good point Andie. I made these and split the yogurt added some with the blueberries and some on its own... Here is the recipe for you.

      Fill popsicle molds with 1½ cups yogurt. Layer blueberry mixture on top. Freeze 4-24 hours, until popsicles are frozen through. I like to freeze mine for 24 hours.

      Hope that helps! Donna

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  16. Go with the popsicle sticks! Have you tried Yakult Milk yogurt (with the fruit on the bottom) in the freezer? It's delicious!

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