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JULY 4TH: Frozen Yogurt Pops Recipe

For dessert or snacking over July 4th weekend, it couldn’t be easier to make these frozen yogurt pops.

You need only 4 ingredients—plus an ice pop mold or paper cups and sticks—to make these scrumptious frozen yogurt pops.

We have them in the freezer all the time during the warm weather; each week, a different flavor.
 
 
RECIPE: VANILLA YOGURT FROZEN POPS WITH BERRIES

Ingredients For 6 Pops

  • 2 cups vanilla yogurt
  • 1 cup blueberries, washed and patted dry
  • 1 cup strawberries, washed, patted dry and cut into pieces thin enough to fit into molds
  • 2 tablespoons sweetener of choice
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    Preparation

    You can easily make mixed berry pops. If you want single-berry pops as shown in the photo, place the berries in separate bowls and divide the other ingredients.

    1. PLACE the berries in a bowl. Add the yogurt and sweetener, and fold together.

    2. DIVIDE the mix among the ice pop mold and freeze until solid, 2-3 hours or longer.

    3. TO REMOVE: Rinse the ice pop molds under hot water to loosen the pops.
     
     
    ICE POPS VS. POPSICLES

    Most people say “Popsicle” instead of “ice pop,” but that’s technically wrong.

    The Popsicle® brand is owned by Unilever, and only that company can call its ice pops Popsicles.

    Everything else on a stick is an ice pop or a frozen yogurt pop.

     


    [1] Patriotic ice pops for July 4th or any warm day (photo © Pixabay | Pexels).


    [1] Use your favorite brand of yogurt (photo © Bellwether Farms).

     

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