Frozen Yoghurt Berry Pops (Dairy Free)

Froyo Berry Pops

 

One thing is for certain with me, I always have berries either fresh or frozen, in the house.  I can’t get enough of them, they’re like nature’s sweets.  I eat them on their own, with yoghurt, on salads, porridge, smoothies, and now this little creation!

For this recipe I used a mixture of raspberries, strawberries and blueberries but you can stick to just one type of berry or use a variety.  As some berries are lovely and sweet at the moment, I added a little honey at a time as I didn’t want overly sweet yoghurt pops.  I used coconut yoghurt in this recipe as I much prefer it over soy yoghurt.  The coconut yoghurt I use is lovely and thick, similar to Greek yoghurt so if you can eat dairy I’d suggest using Greek yoghurt or full fat natural yoghurt.

As many of you know I’m a big believer in getting children in the kitchen and this is another recipe which they could help with and I’m sure they’ll enjoy the pops once they’re ready!

Makes 6-8 lolly pops

Ingredients

-1 cup of berries, either mixed or one variety

-250g dairy free yoghurt

-1 or 2 Tbsp. honey

– handful of mixed berries for moulds

Fro yo Pops

How To Make

With a stick blender blend together the berries and yoghurt until smooth.  Taste for sweetness and add honey if needed.

Place some berries in the bottom of the moulds, pour the yoghurt mixture halfway up the moulds, add a few more berries then fill up with the remaining yoghurt mixture.

Add sticks, cover and pop in the freezer until frozen.

Enjoy 🙂

 

 

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