Thursday, July 26, 2018

Multi-berry Yogurt Popsicles

Last year, mom sent me a super adorable popsicle mold. I finally had a fun idea to test out using them and it was a smashing success. Also, can we talk about this Tevolo mold?? Little aliens! It's a cool silicone mold system. Takes up barely any freezer room and super easy to use (not sponsored, just impressed!).
I decided to make rainbow yogurt pops. I'm allergic to dairy so I used my new favorite, Forager, but you can for sure use any yogurt! I went with a vanilla bae rather than 100% plain just to get some more flavor in there. A 24 oz tub made my 4 pops and I had leftovers (but these molds are small).
I wanted a rainbow or ombre type pop (super cute in alien form). I went with a banana, the light "strawberry lemonade" raspberries (that name makes NO sense), strawberries, and blueberries. I just divided up the yogurt. Starting with the banana, I blended each fruit and yogurt mix up. By starting with the banana it meant no rinsing the Ninja out each time, huzzah.
I put them in the freezer and popped them out a day or so later and couldn't get over how funny they came out. Alien faces or not, they're pretty and tasted pretty good too! For sure this is a great recipe for any shaped popsicle mold. It'd be fun to play around with different fruits too! 


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Tom said... {Reply} sumer treats!

Shelbee on the Edge said... {Reply}

Oh my goodness, Tamar! These are so adorable and they look mighty tasty, too. I keep seeing lots of cute and healthy popsicle recipes in blogland this summer. I need to get on it! My kids love popsicles and I rarely indulge them in the store bought kind that are chock full of sugars and dyes. I am inspired! Thanks!


Gina Kleinworth said... {Reply}

Seriously so cute AND I love the recipe.

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

These are SO cute and look delicious! Your nephews are going to want some when they come to visit!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said... {Reply}

they look so cool and tasty!

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

Those are so cute! We make yogurt pops but they are totally boring without shapes. What do you use for your black background, your photos are so cute!

Snap said... {Reply}

Oh,my goodness... these are too cute to eat! Fun! Thanks for hosting!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said... {Reply}

So much better for kids (or even old adults) than the koolaid popsicles I made my kids back in the dark ages. And I am sure they’ll taste way better. Thank you for hosting.

Klara S said... {Reply}

Something to cool off during the summer!

csuhpat1 said... {Reply}

So very cool. They look so yummy.

Joanne said... {Reply}

Those are so cute! We've been making popsicles too; we made blueberry/yogurt ones, strawberry yogurt ones, raspberry Nutella ones, and even iced tea ones.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said... {Reply}

What a fun ice pop mold! I like your ombre recipe too. I will have to try this with molds I have --they are not as cute as yours though, I will have to look for those.

Claire Justine said... {Reply}

Love these, what fun moulds Tamar :) Yummy. Thanks for sharing at Welcome To The #Weekendbloghop

Bekah said... {Reply}

Home and catching up on blogs. OH MY WORD! How cute are these!?!?!

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