Seeing as it's summer and I haven't posted about many frozen treats, I figured it's about time to remedy that. Why not make some blueberry yogurt popsicles? This recipe is based off of Lazy Budget Chef's Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles, which I posed on Five Friday Finds not too long ago. The materials are highly flexible and easily modified, and the methods are straightforward - just the way I like them! Just dump all the materials into a blender, blend, pour into popsicle molds, freeze, and enjoy! You can also be a bit sneaky and add things like wheat germ or flax seeds. As long as you don't use too much, no one will be able to tell the difference. Your secret's safe with me! :)
I made these popsicles using the old style popsicle molds that you can get for around a dollar at the grocery store, but I'm sure it would also work with the more expensive kind that will freeze the popsicles for you (Zoku, for example).
Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles by
Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles - a healthy and refreshing summer treat!
5 minutes + freezing time
yogurt (I used plain, but you could use vanilla for a bit of sweetness or any other flavor, really.)
wheat germ (optional)
sugar (optional, depending on desired sweetness)
Blend all materials until homogeneous.
Pour mixture into molds and freeze.
Remove popsicle and eat.
This post is a part of These Chicks Cooked, Tasty Tuesday, Ingredient Spotlight