Occupy the Grocery Store: Creamy Yogurt Pops

26 Aug

I have often wondered if you could just freeze yogurt to make frozen yogurt (spoiler alert: you can’t). I’ve wasted a lot of perfectly good yogurt trying to transform it into perfectly good froyo–but today I have a finished product I can be proud of.

I found this idea somewhere on Tastespotting (and for whatever reason can’t find it again–sorry, original post!). Seriously- all you do is freeze three measly-little ingredients and a few hours later you can enjoy a perfectly healthy, good-enough-for-breakfast creamy treat. Does life get any better?

I’ll be experimenting with chocolate and pumpkin versions in the near future–what else would you guys add?

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Creamy Yogurt Pops

Ingredients

  • 2 c plain Greek yogurt (Fage is best but you do you)
  • 1/3 c honey
  • 8-12 oz berries of your choice

Assembly

1. Combine ingredients in a bowl.

2. Divide between popsicle molds or ice cube molds. Insert pop sticks or toothpicks.

3. Freeze for at least four hours or overnight.

4. Allow pops to thaw for at least 10 minutes before removing from molds (running warm water over the molds helps, too).

2 Responses to “Occupy the Grocery Store: Creamy Yogurt Pops”

  1. Dexterous kefi August 26, 2013 at 1:11 pm #

    dexterous kefi would also like you to include peanut butter and bananas in future options . . . and what would happen if you whipped egg whites and folded in, lighter texture perhaps?

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