Easy Yogurt Pops

The Story:

I got a real hankering one day to make popsicles.  I started hunting the stores around town for some good molds, but I just couldn’t find the ones I wanted.  So I decided to bite the bullet and just order from Amazon.  So my molds were in the mail, but I was still without popsicles!  So I made these babies, they are easy to make even with no molds at all.

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Easy Yogurt Pops

Yield: 8, 3 oz pops

Easy Yogurt Pops

Ingredients

Pops:
3 containers of yogurt, different flavors
3/4 cup juice, separated (I used 1/2 c, orange juice and 1/4 c. lime juice)
3 Tablespoons honey
Supplies:
8, 3 oz paper cups (or any molds you have)
8 popsicle sticks (you can also used cut straws)

Directions

1. Use three small bowls and put a container of yogurt into each.
2. Stir in 1/4 c juice and 1 tablespoon honey into each one. (These two things helps to sweeten the yogurt.)
3. Layer the yogurt into paper cups, put the cups on a plate or cake pan to keep steady and place in the freezer for 1 hour.
4. Your yogurt should be the consistency of a slushy by now, gently push a popsicle stick into each one.
5. Let freeze for a few more hours or over night.
6. Peel paper cups off pops and serve or store in a plastic bag in the freezer.

Notes

I noticed while I was making my pops that the color was not going to be vibrant, so I "cheated" and added some freeze dried berries (after I pulverized them in a food processor).

 

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