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Perfect for summer, these berry yogurt pops are easy to make, require only a few ingredients, and make a great light snack. I love to have these on hand for when I get the munchies late at night! They’re not very calorie-dense, but they give me something to eat. Since they’re so cold, I savor them slowly and am satisfied with two pops.
These popsicles would be a great recipe to make with your children! Summertime is super hot where I live in South Carolina, and frozen treats are one of the few redeeming qualities of scorching weather, in my opinion. This chocolate pudding pop recipe is another favorite of mine.
If you have some of these Berry Delicious Yogurt Pops sitting in your freezer, use them to make a quick smoothie! I like to combine 2 frozen pops, an orange (peeled), a blob of cottage cheese, 1-2 doonks of THM Pure Stevia Extract Powder, and a little unsweetened almond milk and whiz it up for a quick, refreshing drink (this would be an E for Trim Healthy Mamas).
As always, you can check out the Notes section of the recipe for answers to FAQs regarding substitutions (and the answer to the inevitable question of “what is vegetable glycerin and where can I get it?”). Check out the “suggested products” section below the recipe to find links to the products I use.
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You can find this recipe in my cookbook, Necessary Food.
- 1½ cups low fat Greek yogurt*
- 1½ cups unsweetened almond milk (or carton coconut milk for a nut free version)
- 1 cup blueberries (fresh or frozen)
- 1 T vegetable glycerin, optional but recommended**
- 1 tsp. glucomannan
- 6 doonks THM Pure Stevia Extract Powder (a doonk is 1/32 tsp.)
- Blend all the ingredients together until smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for several hours or until frozen solid. Yields 15 small popsicles (2-3 per serving).
- I like these pops best when they are left on the counter for 15 minutes after running them under hot water to loosen them from the molds.
**You can leave the vegetable glycerin out if you don't have it, but it improves the texture of these popsicles (just like it does when you make ice cream). You can look below the recipe to where I buy mine off of Amazon. You can also find vegetable glycerin at local stores with the cake decorating or skincare products.
Feel free to substitute another berry variety if you so desire. Be prepared to adjust the sweetener amount if you do so.
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