Memorial Day Pops

As promised from yesterday I have a popsicle recipe ready for you guys today! I had intended to post this on Memorial Day, but due to a super fun power outage, I did not have internet access, and thus could not provide a blog post. It may be silly to post a Memorial Day themed recipe two days late, but hey Fourth of July will be here before you know it, plus this recipe works for any American enthusiast, and if you look at a sideways, it looks like the French flag. I’m bringing people together! You’re welcome, world. So without further a due, let’s make some popsicles!

pops collage

Ingredients/Supplies:

  • Vanilla flavored Greek yogurt.
  • Frozen strawberries
  • Frozen blueberries
  • A blender
  • A freezer
  • Popsicle molds

Step one:

Cut a hole in a box. Just kidding. Start off my blending (seperately) your frozen strawberries and blueberries, and adding about of dollop of yogurt so you can achieve a whipped like consistency. Set each mixture aside in a small bowl or container.

ingredients

Step two:

Starting which ever way you please, add about a tablespoon or two (depending on the size of your popsicle molds) of blueberry mix, rinse off your spoon, add in your Greek yogurt, rinse off your spoon, add in your strawberry mix. Feel free to attempt a marble like consistency, or be like me and try your best to make it look as even as Rocket Pop, and then fail…miserably.

before pop

Step Three:

Put the molds into the freezer and let them sit overnight, or a few hours. I let mine freeze for about five hours.

after pop

Voila! Hours later you have yourself an American (or French flag) themed popsicle! Given that this is essentially just fruit and yogurt, these pops would also work great as part of breakfast! Again, sorry this is a late post, but feel free to recycle this recipe next month for the 4th of July. Actually who needs a reason, just make popsicles for the hell of it!

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