Strawberry Yogurt Pops- Kids Cook Monday

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It’s strawberry season here in Raleigh! Recently we went to a farm by our house to pick a whole ton of strawberries (and there may have been some tasting along the way.)

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Strawberry goatee! Clearly someone was doing more tasting than collecting.

We enjoyed our strawberries on strawberry shortcakes made with lemon poundcake (yum!), and smoothies, and just eating them plain, but I decided to use some for our first attempt at homemade popsicles. One of my besties, Lindsay, sent Nolan a popsicle kit for his birthday recently, so this was the perfect time to try it out.

These were extremely simple to make and with 4 basic ingredients they were a much healthier alternative to store bought pops. Brady did most of the work for this recipe. Here’s how it went down…

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Ingedients:
About 2 Cups of Fresh Strawberries
1 container of Greek Yogurt (we used Vanilla)
About 1 Tbs. lemon juice
About 1/4 to 1/3 cup of honey (sweeten to taste)

Steps:

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Add strawberries, yogurt, lemon juice, and honey to blender. Blend until completely smooth. Taste test- Add more honey if needed.

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Pour fruit mixture into your popsicle mold. Set in freezer for at least 4 hours.

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Use a little warm water to loosen the popsicles out of the molds, and then enjoy! The boys sure did.

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Thanks for the sweet gift, Auntie Lindsay! I’m sure we’ve got a lot of popsicle making in our future this summer. So easy, and so yummy!

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