Blackberry and Vanilla Yogurt Swirled Popsicles
Popsicles are the end all be all for easy summertime treats. You go to the dollar store and buy (for $1.00) a popsicle mold. Then you let the fun begin. It’s really about eating something frozen on a stick.
You know I love my sugar but I do try to sneak a little healthy into my kids snack time. I could tell you I went out into the back yard and picked fresh blackberries (they are growing) but I can’t get to them before my youngest and she eats them as she picks, so it’s frozen for these pops.
I have to tell you, these pops just made me smile while taking the photos. My cheap Dollar Store mold with the bright colored sticks. I wanted to be a kid again, carefree during the summer, nothing to worry about except swimming, riding my bike and playing with friends.
Things are a little different these days but popsicles are still a summertime must have. I’ll ignore the fact that my teenage son was on his Xbox when I offered him one of these and relish in the fact that he put his remote down so he could have one in each hand.
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- 1 1/2 cups vanilla yogurt, divided
- 1 cup fresh or frozen blackberries
- Combine about half of the yogurt in a medium bowl with berries. Using a fork, mash together berries and yogurt enough to color the yogurt but still leave chunks of fruit.
- Alternating, spoon berry yogurt and plain yogurt into popsicle molds.
recipe source ChocolateChocolateandmore.com
Looking for more popsicle fun?
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