These can be made with just FOUR simple ingredients including nutritious fresh fruit, creamy Greek yogurt, rich heavy cream, and tempting sweet honey. They are a breeze to prepare and they even make a tasty breakfast treat!
oz. (2 heaping cups)
chopped fresh fruit
whole Greek yogurt
(I recommend Fage 5%)
or to taste
Natural food color
(optional for more vibrant color)
Add fruit, yogurt, cream, honey and vanilla extract to a food processor. Tint with food coloring if using.
Pulse until fruit is pureed and mixture is well blended.
Using a funnel pour mixture into
, leaving about 1/2-inch at the top for expansion. Place the popsicle lid over and insert popsicle sticks.
Transfer to freezer and freeze until solid, about 6 hours.
Remove popsicles from mold by running the outside under hot water briefly (or according to the manufacturers directions).
Store popsicles in the freezer in an airtight container.
*Fresh strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, peaches, mangoes, pineapple, cherries (seeded), or bananas (about 3) work best here.
**The amount of honey needed can be adjusted to taste. Some fruit is much sweeter while others are more tart. I just found on average 6 Tbsp was just about perfect every time.
Nutrition estimate based on using strawberries, other fruits will vary a bit.
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