Well hello friends! I hope everyone had a fabulous weekend! I figured before I shared the back to school treat for the kiddos later in the week, yes back to school, I know it stinks, I needed to soften the blow with a really yummy frozen treat! So today, it’s all about these delicious Blueberry Vanilla Swirl Popsicles!
Let’s let the kids have one last hurrah and eat as many as they want! Is it a deal?? Great! Because soon it will be homework, homework and MORE homework! So for now, let’s have it be popsicles, popsicles and MORE popsicles! We can actually trick them with these, because they aren’t only tasty, they are good for them too! They are loaded with that wonderful fruit, the blueberry! I am big, big, big on blueberries! Come on, you know…the highest anti-oxidant capacity of all the fruits! Oh yeah! It’s all good when we eat blueberries!
Well, these popsicles are not only loaded with those good for you blueberries but I’ve also added some honey for sweetness and my favorite Chobani Greek yogurt. I have always loved Chobani Greek yogurt because it’s not only dee-lish but because it’s made with only natural ingredients including natural sweeteners and less sugar.
So let’s hold on to summer as long as we can and enjoy these yummy good for you popsicles! They are the perfect summer frozen treat and will be that special after school snack before the kiddos dive into all that homework! Enjoy the week guys!
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- 2 1/2 cups blueberries
- 3 Tbsp. honey
- 3 - 5.3 oz containers Chobani Vanilla Blended Greek Yogurt
In a blender, combine the blueberries and 2 Tbsp. honey. Process until smooth.
In a small bowl whisk together the yogurt and 1 tbsp. honey.
Place about 2 Tbsp. of the yogurt mixture in the bottom of each popsicle mold.
Top with about 2 Tbsp. of the blueberry mixture.
Continue to layer the yogurt and the blueberry mixture in the molds until the molds are full.
Insert the sticks into the molds after about an hour.
Continue to freeze for about 3 more hours, until solid.