Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles

So here's the scoop on how to make homemade yogurt and blueberry yogurt popsicles. Unfortunately, I'm not a perfectionist, so I don't create a script for these things and I often don't edit. So, yeah…I said 19 YEAR (instead of month) old son and I mentioned the popsicles need to cool before they slide out of the molds when I meant warm/thaw.

If you really have no desire to make homemade yogurt, I would recommend buying the big tub of Fage Greek Yogurt from Costco, sweetening with stevia and mixing with your favorite frozen fruit or fresh fruit to make the popsicles.  Super easy, super healthy!  Will cool your kids off on summer days and give them energy and nutrients to play hard!!

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2 Responses to Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles

  1. Heather says:

    Nisha – what a GREAT idea!  We LOVE popsicles, but I don't like artificial sweeteners or coloring either.  I have made yogurt at home using the crockpot for the warming/cooling of the milk, then wrapped it in a towel and left it overnight.  It works alright.  Also, I've tried putting the warmed/cooled milk in glass jars in a cooler with hot water almost to the top and left it overnight – it works pretty well too.  However, for the ease of use, I think you may have convinced me to buy a yogurt maker :)

  2. Look at you go with the videos!  I'm usually too lazy to watch videos — I prefer skimming text, but i hear they are QUITE popular with the bloggies.  We definitely need to do homemade pops this summer.  I'm thinking of getting some stainless steel molds.

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