Raspberry-Yogurt Ice Pops

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Makes 6..prep time 15 min. total time 5 hours

2 cups plain low-fat yogurt

1/2 cup sugar

1/2 cup fresh or frozen raspberries (3 oz.)

1. In a medium bowl; whisk yogurt and sugar to combine. In a blender, place 1 cup yogurt-sugar mixture (reserve the rest) with raspberries; puree until well blended. Press raspberry mixture through a fine mesh sieve into another medium bowl (discard solids).

2. Dividing evenly, layer yogurt mixtures in six 3-oz. pop molds. Insert ice-pop sticks, and freeze until solid, 4 - 5 hours. To unmold ice pops run warm water briefly over molds.

Very tasty and better than the store bought ones. enjoy :o) hugs

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Stacie Naczelnik 8 years ago from Seattle

Those sound great, especially on a sun-filled day like today.


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G-Ma Johnson 8 years ago from NW in the land of the Free Author

thanks my angel.....G-ma :O) hugs


cvaughn570 8 years ago

I love making different kinds of frozen pops in the summer. I'll add this one to my list. Thanks G-Ma!

Carol


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G-Ma Johnson 8 years ago from NW in the land of the Free Author

awww thank you my dear...and nice hubs you been making..I read them all...just don't comment on them all...G-Ma :o) hugs


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Isabella Snow 8 years ago

G-Ma! Yumm! I want some of that!


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G-Ma Johnson 8 years ago from NW in the land of the Free Author

Easy to make sweetie go for it..and then share with me ok??? G-Ma :o) hugs


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frogyfish 7 years ago from Central United States of America

Umm-mm. I love raspberries. And these sound so tasty - easy too! I have to go back now and read about your crunchy corn too. Thanks, G-Ma!


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G-Ma Johnson 7 years ago from NW in the land of the Free Author

glad you like this...have fun...:o) hugs

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