Greek Yogurt Popsicles
Its no secret I love yogurt.
Remember my obsession with fro-yo? And this recipe? But now, the obsession is with greek yogurt. What’s not to love? Its thick, creamy, full of protein, calcium, good bacteria, and low in sugar.
When you need a protein packed breakfast but are tired of eggs, go for some greek yogurt. Just a 6 ounce serving contains at least 15 grams of protein! My current favorite breakfast variety is banana, greek yogurt, a good run granola ball, and some chia seeds. You’ll stay full and satisfied much longer than if you opted for that bowl of cereal.
Greek Yogurt-high in protein, full of good bacteria (5 types of probiotics), excellent source of calcium, and low in carbs and sugar.
Raw honey- has Anti-Bacterial, Anti-Viral, and Anti-Fungal properties, and aids in digestion
So during one of my many searches for other ways to use Greek yogurt, I stumbled upon an idea for Greek yogurt popsicles. Perfect for summer, right? That’s what I thought!
I purchased these handy, and amazingly cute popsicle kit from Crate and Barrel, whipped up an easy recipe for popsicles, froze, and boyyyyy did I enjoy
Try making these super simple Greek Yogurt Popsicles, and feel free to add in any fruit of your choice. I’m thinking now that some added granola might even be yum! You can find popsicle molds also at Target or Bed Bath and Beyond.
Greek Yogurt Popsicles
3 cups Greek Yogurt (my favorite is Fage)
1/2-3/4 cup raw honey, depending on sweetness desired
1 to 1 1/2 cups fruit of choice
In a bowl, combine yogurt and honey, stirring to mix. Fold in fruit of choice. Spoon into popsicle molds and freeze 3-6 hours. Enjoy!
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- Lauren: Congratulations!:) I check your blog from time to time and I really enjoy it.
- Staci: By the way, these have become my staple for bringing to potlucks, they’re tasty and rich and I’ve...
- Christina: Wow! These sound so delicious. Gluten free is an added plus in my book. I am always looking for GF recipes...
- zephra milde: Does anyone think these could be made without egg whites? Maybe flaxseed eggs instead? Any other...
- Danielle: How to you “slice them” I am terrible at cutting them into thin slices. They are so tough to...