One of the things I LOVE about summer is the amount of fruit we get from our backyard. Every year we get a ton of raspberries from a bush that has made it’s way into our side of the fence from the house beside ours.
This year, the raspberries have really taken off and we are so blessed to be able to pick about 2 cups of fresh fruit once every 3-4 days.
With so many berries at our disposal, we decided to make some popsicles at home. I have a super easy and healthy fruit and yogurt popsicle recipe I’ve used for a few years. The recipe was included in the popsicle makers that I bought and original recipe called for mangos but this recipe is so basic, you could use whatever frozen or fresh fruit you like.
Blueberry season is coming up so we’ll be replacing raspberries with blueberries the next time we make these healthy kid friendly popsicles.
For popsicle molds, we used this one here and love that you can pull out the popsicles individually. It also has a large drip catcher which is great for kids.
Healthy Raspberry Yogurt Popsicles
- 1 cup frozen or fresh raspberries
- 1/2 cup orange juice
- 1/2 cup flavoured yogurt (regular or greek). If you’re using plain yogurt, add a table spoon of maple syrup or any sweetener.
The Pretty Version
- Put raspberries and orange juice in a blender and pulse until mixed. Fruit could be a little chunky
- Pour fruit mixture out of blender and in with the yogurt
- Fold until slightly mixed to get swirly effect
- Spoon into popsicle molds and freeze for 4-6 hours
The Lazy Version
- Put everything in a blender and blend until a little chunky or completely smooth
- Pour or spoon into popsicle molds
- Freeze for 4 hours
This recipe is adapted from the recipe that came with the popsicle molds.
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