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Blueberry Lemonade Frozen Yogurt Ice Pops

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Mmmmmmm…Ice Pops…Just the sound of “ice pop” gets my heart-a-racing. I’m such a baby when it comes to the darn things. I’ll only buy two off the shelf products out there…Fruttare and Dreyer’s Outshine (or Edy’s if you are on the East coast). Which by the way, this still has yet to make sense to me. It’s like Best Foods and Hellmann’s. IT’S THE SAME EXACT THING! WHY MUST WE HAVE TWO NAMES?! Anyway. Yes, these bars are pretty spectacular. They are also easy. No work involved, but there is something super special about making your own. Maybe it’s the freshness you get from them. Who knows. All I know is that they taste great, and they are worth the work. These pops combine some of my favorite ingredients: blueberry and lemonade…And some of my not so favorite ingredients: Greek yogurt. I honestly wish I liked the stuff. It makes me so sad, and it’s not that I don’t like the taste of it. It’s the texture that really gets to me. I try to eat yogurt by using it in different ways: like making ice pops. It’s a great alternative that gets rid of that God-awful texture. These blueberry lemonade frozen yogurt ice pops are perfect. Try them out!







Fun Facts and Opinions:

1. It was an epic fail on my part to get the “swirled” effect in my pops (as I mentioned in the instructions list). The attempt was there, yet it was a complete failure. I like the IDEA of a “swirled” effect. In any case, this step is obviously optional. This will not change the way the pop tastes. It will only look cooler. I really don’t know where I was getting with this. The point is, the “swirled” effect is beautiful, but not necessary =).

2. Popsicle molds are not necessary. I like my mold. I went crazy looking for one a couple of months ago and ended up buckling down and just ordering one off of Amazon. If you think you will be making a ton of pops, I highly suggest investing in one. They are affordable and a great tool. If this is a once and done type of deal, then dixie cups and popsicle sticks will work just fine. They will just be on the smaller side =).

This is the one I use: Progressive International Molds

3. I’d like to think that these ice pops are super duper healthy, and sure they aren’t the worst things in the world for you. They are made with fresh fruit and fresh Greek yogurt, but yes there are some simple syrups involved; and simple syrups require a crap ton of sugar. This can be altered if you wish, although the end result won’t be as sweet. Also, lemonade isn’t lemonade without some sugar involved. Tone down the sugar if you find it is too much is the moral of the story. Hopefully you will only be eating one of these and not all ten. In the end, it’s not all that bad. The nutritional facts were pretty on point. Check them out below in the recipe =).

4. No beer pairing today. It just didn’t seem right.

5. Patience is a virtue. Let these babies freeze! You don’t want them to fall apart when you try to pull them out of the molds. Practice some self control people! It’s worth the wait. I promise!

I hope everyone had a great weekend! Have a great day!







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4 Responses

  1. You inspired Gabby & me today! She made Blueberry Ice Cream, and I made Blueberry Lemonade Popsicles:-) Thanks for the great idea!

    1. Susan, I am SOOOO happy you girls tried them out! I hope they came out ok! I’m STILL eating the blueberry lemonade popsicles I made 3 weeks ago. Haha, I guess that just goes to show you they keep well! Blueberry ice cream sounds absolutely spectacular! I may have to try this one out myself =). – Justine

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Hello! I'm Justine.

I’m a blogger and web developer from the beautiful state of Oklahoma, where my loving husband, two adorable kids, and two mischievous dogs keep me on my toes 24/7. My idea of heaven includes endless summer days, getting lost in a good book, and whipping up some delicious homemade bread.


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