Aug 26, 2017

Fruit & Yogurt Popsicles ~ 2 Ingredient Recipes

Back to School Rush has begun in Dallas, but the Texas heat hasn't cool down yet for this summer. My kids are returning from school with thirst quench. One day my daughter is back from school and craving for popsicles and we are out of popsicles or ice creams, she is so desperate for popsicles that she wanted to make popsicles right away, yes 'SHE wanted to make'! These days she is on the spree to make her own recipes. And also she remember that I bought several popsicle molds, but never used those, so she insisted! So I had to remember where I tucked in those  in my cabinates, and luckily found them quickly and we started making these fruit and yogurt popsicles right away.  I have to admit, "Daughters are daughters, LOL!'  Finally we both enjoyed making these together and had fun in the kitchen, That's what matters! Here is the recipe, enjoy!

Honey Flavored Greek Yogurt - 1 cup
Fresh Fruit Cut-up - 1 cup ( I have used mango and strawberries)

  1. Take Yogurt in a medium bowl and cream it with spoon/small spatula/whisk, so that there are no lumps or flakes in the yogurt. 
  2. Peel mango and cut up into small cubes. Trim stems of strawberries and cut them into small tiny pieces.
  3. Start adding yogurt into popsicle molds and alternate with fruit pieces. Complete this process until all the molds are full. Seal these molds with cap that has stick that goes in the middle. 
  4. Keep them in freezer and allow them to freeze for 24 hours. 
  5. Next day take them out, run under lukewarm water and rub the molds in your palms and slowly take popsicles out from the molds, serve and enjoy these right away.

  • For one posible I have used 1 fruit variety. You can add variety of fruits in one popsicle that makes it even more colorful. But try out with your kids favorite fruit first and then you can sneak in other fruits. ;-)
  • My daughter loved Mango flavored popsicle than strawberry ones, as strawberry one turned out little sour. 
  • Instead of greek yogurt, you can try these with home made yogurt with honey mixed in it. If you are using homemade yogurt, I suggest to strain in a cloth first to remove any cream flakes or lumps.
  • On Roti Subzi dinner days, I let kids enjoy these yogurt popsicle instead of Curd Rice. They get to enjoy their favorite and it is healthy as these are loaded with fruit and yogurt with no preservatives. Win-Win!

This is a very quick and easy kids friendly recipe, as there is no heat/stove/oven usage in this recipe, kids can just try this on their own. As the title says this recipe uses just 2 ingredients fruit & yogurt. I have used honey yogurt and fresh fruit, however you can vary this recipe by using flavored yogurt and/or frozen fruit variety as well. 

will be back with another easy recipe, 
Take Care until then

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