Healthy Raspberry and Greek Yogurt Popsicles

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Hello everyone!

It’s starting to get hot in Vegas already!  Just when it gets nice and cold, it just heats right back up again.  I just want snow, Vegas!  I just want snow!

But since that is apparently not possible, I decided to take advantage of the good weather and make some healthy Greek yogurt and fruit popsicles!

You can use whatever fruit you like, or have available, but since I really like raspberries, I went with those.

These are super yummy and super easy to make. 


1 regular container vanilla or plain Greek yogurt

1 c. frozen or fresh raspberries, or whatever fruit you prefer (I recommend berries for the best effect)

3 Tbs. hot water

Honey, Splenda, Agave, etc.  You’ll need some sweetener for sour fruits (and I know, everyone is against Splenda.  But there is no proof that it’s bad for you so I’m sticking with it!)

1 tsp. vanilla

Cups, Sticks, Popsicle molds, etc.


Spoon yogurt into a medium sized bowl.  Next, puree your raspberries with your water.  When it’s completely smooth, you can strain the fruit to remove seeds.  This is optional.  There will still be seeds, but a lot less.  It makes the popsicles more enjoyable (trust me!)

Fold the puree into the yogurt.  Add the sugar and vanilla.  It will be liquidy.  Spoon the mixture into cups or popsicle molds.  I used small cups with tinfoil over the top.  Then I poked the sticks through!  It worked perfectly.

Lastly, freeze for about four hours.


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Then just peel that paper back and enjoy!

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Perfect for summer!

Stay Serendipitous!




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