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Fruity Yogurt Pops

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A freezer full of fruity yogurt pops can tame a hungry crowd when everyone is clamoring for a tasty snack or a zany breakfast on the run. Here are a blender version and a chunky version—you’ll want to try both!
fruity yogurt pops
BLENDER VERSION
What You’ll Need
  • 1½ cups frozen or fresh strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries
  • ½ cup vanilla yogurt
  • 6 small paper cups
  • 6 craft sticks
What to Do
  1. In a blender, mix the berries and yogurt until smooth.
  2. Spoon the mixture equally into the paper cups.
  3. Cover the cups with aluminum foil.
  4. Put a craft stick in the middle of each cup.
  5. Freeze for at least 4 hours.
  6. Before eating, peel off the cup, running under warm water to loosen if needed.
CHUNKY VERSION

Instead of blending, add chunks of a complementary fruit to your yogurt, before freezing as above. Some suggestions: Pair chocolate yogurt with raspberries, coconut yogurt with kiwi, banana yogurt with blueberries, strawberry yogurt with peaches, or ginger yogurt with pears. Choose a new yogurt-fruit pairing each time you go to the market, and keep track of everyone’s favorites. Look for low-sugar yogurts; you’ll find there’s quite a variation when you start checking labels.

 

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