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Strawberry and Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Popsicle

Here at Sugar HQ, everyone is crazy for the new, dangerously close frozen yogurt joint, SoGreen. After consuming a couple of SoGreen's delicious, fruity treats, I decided to experiment with my own variation. Currently I'm obsessed with Popsicles, so naturally, I was inspired to make a frozen yogurt Popsicle.

The recipe is simple with only a couple ingredients: strained yogurt, fresh fruit, and sugar. I had strawberries and golden raspberries on hand, but any fruit combination would work.

Once frozen, the bite-sized strawberry chunks were more crunchy than I would have preferred. To avoid the crunchy and hard-to-eat fruit, be sure to thinly slice all berries. Much like any other homemade Popsicle, the hardest part is waiting for them to freeze.

To learn more about making this perfect Summer treat,

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Strawberry & Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Strawberry & Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Strawberry & Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Ingredients

4 cups whole milk yogurt
2 cups chopped strawberries
1/4 cup chopped raspberries
4 tbsp sugar

Directions

  1. Strain liquid from the yogurt. To strain, place cheesecloth or paper towels in a colander. Pour yogurt into the colander and place it in a large bowl. Place in refrigerator for 2 hours.
  2. Chop strawberries. I chopped them into chunks but in the future, I will quarter the berries and finely slice them into paper thin slivers.
  3. Place strawberries in a bowl and add sugar.
  4. Chop or puree raspberries and add to strawberries, stir to combine.
  5. Stir the strained yogurt into strawberry raspberry mixture.
  6. Fill popsicle molds.
  7. Wait patiently to freeze.

Makes 8 popsicles.


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Baby-Girl Baby-Girl 7 years
I'm going out and getting some molds tonight!
zombielove zombielove 7 years
looks soooooooooooo good!!!
Food Food 7 years
Of course, you could puree it but I wanted to be able to see the fruit in the popsicle rather than just have a pink one. But either way would be just as delicious!!! :drool: I strained the yogurt to remove some of the water. I am sure you could use un-strained yogurt but it might be more icey and less creamy. The straining process is really easy and only takes a couple of hours, so I would give it a try if you make them. Hope this helps and please let me know what combinations you might make! As they are endless....
gabiushka gabiushka 7 years
I didnt get the yogurt in the colander part...
Gabriela14815884 Gabriela14815884 7 years
Looks sooo yummy!
emo_stacer emo_stacer 7 years
i might be the hot weather thats making me crave this recipe.
rainydaybleus rainydaybleus 7 years
yum yum give me some
caligirl101 caligirl101 7 years
Looks so good.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 7 years
These look so yummy. Can't wait to try them.
fuzzles fuzzles 7 years
My brain won't shut off...thinking of potential combos for this recipe! Pom and mango? Peach and blueberry? Pineapple and orange? Maybe even banana with coconut milk for part of the yogurt? Oh, the gleeful madness! :)
jadenirvana jadenirvana 7 years
Looks yummy, but could you use a food processor for the fruit? I'm a lazy chopper:)
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 7 years
uh ok, which sugar is bringing me one of these?? Hands up ppl!! Yum, I nominate you to delivr this tasty treat to my door :please: it looks so perfect and tasty!
fuzzles fuzzles 7 years
These sound nummmmmy! You read my mind again. I picked up some Edy's frozen fruit bars the other night. Soooo good, but I'll be making this recipe when the box is gone.
taratootie taratootie 7 years
The fat and sugars make the popsicles creamier (makes smaller ice crystals). If you reduce the fat in the recipe, you'll end up with larger ice crystals and also your popsicle will be a little more ice-like and less creamy. But, heck... it'll still be good! I'd go with a lowfat yogurt. Maybe you could do 1/2 lowfat and 1/2 nonfat and let us all know the result?!
sweetladyjane sweetladyjane 7 years
The recipe specifies whole milk yogurt. Is there a reason for this (does it freeze better?) or do you guys think I can substitute lowfat or nonfat yogurt?
Angelica Angelica 7 years
This looks delicious!
AmberHoney AmberHoney 7 years
I'd love to have one right now - it's hot here!
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