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Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Pops



Fruit popsicles are sweet, refreshing, and perfect for a summer treat. Make this healthy popsicle recipe with fresh strawberries, coconut milk and some of our dairy-free yogurt for a quick and delicious summer snack.


Make them first thing in the morning so they’re ready by the afternoon so your kids can enjoy an easy, healthy treat to make those summer afternoons as sweet as they can be!


These strawberry popsicles have the creaminess from yogurt, as well as a burst of fresh strawberry flavour with every bite.


You don’t need much to make this recipe; just three simple, wholesome ingredients.

  • 1 x punnet of fresh Strawberries

  • Coconut milk

  • Dairy-Free Greek Style Natural Yogurt


You’ll also need a popsicle mould, and some wooden popsicle sticks to make the homemade popsicles.



Recipe

  1. Clean the berries. Fill a large bowl or a clean sink with a fruit wash mixture. You can buy some from the store or make your own by mixing four-parts water to one-part vinegar.

  2. Soak the berries for about 20 minutes, then rinse with cool water. Gently pat the berries dry with paper towels or a clean cloth.

  3. Slice the berries. Remove the stems from the strawberries and dice a portion of them. Set the diced berries aside to add to the mixture later.

  4. Add ingredients to a blender. Add the whole strawberries, plus the rest of the ingredients, to a blender and blend until smooth.

  5. Stir in the diced strawberries. This is so you’ll have some fruit chunks in your popsicles.

  6. Pour the mixture into the popsicle mould and add the sticks. Then, place the mould in the freezer until the fruit popsicles are solid.


The best part about this recipe is that the flavours are endless! To switch it up a bit, simply replace the strawberries with any fruit of your choice. We think that a mango frozen yogurt popsicle would be just as tasty!


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