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Fruit and Yogurt Popsicles

Posted by  ·  July 2, 2015  ·  Last Updated: April 30, 2016

Making Fruit and Yogurt Popsicles is a way too teach kids about cooking and give them a treat. It would be a  fun kids activity that kids of all ages will love making!   If you are looking for more boredom busting ideas check out all our summer crafts and activities ideas to keep kids active and entertained this summer! The best craft bloggers are sharing  fun kids crafts! Gather some kids and create this fun mini travel journal or try creating this squirt bottle tie dye tutorial. Be sure to keep checking back and you will find fun creative ideas that inspire and encourage imaginative play this summer!

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Hi friends! My name is Brittany and I blog over at bebe a la mode designs.  I love to make quick, easy and tasty creations in the kitchen and since my hubby and 3 crazy kids like to eat, it works out pretty well. I’m super excited to be blogging here today and I have a cool and yummy treat to share with you!

fruit & yogurt popsicles

These Fruit and Yogurt Popsicles are perfect for your 4th of July BBQ and the best part…they only require 4 ingredients, are quick to throw together and easy for kids to help with.

fruit & yogurt pops

This is a small batch recipe, but can easily be doubled or tripled. Let’s start with the red (strawberry) layer. Add 1 cup of hulled, quartered strawberries to a food processor fitted with a steel blade. Add 1 Tablespoon of sugar and blend until pureed. Pour into small bowl and set aside.

For the blue (blueberry) layer, add 1 cup of blueberries to the same food processor (you don’t even need to wash it out) 😉 and 1 Tablespoon of sugar. Blend until pureed.

For the white (yogurt) layer, in a small bowl mix 1/2 cup of plain Greek Yogurt (I use non-fat) with 1 Tablespoon of sugar. Stir well.

Now it’s time for the assembly.

fruit & yogurt pops

Using a 3 ounce popsicle mold (I used these with wooden popsicle sticks), layer the strawberry puree, yogurt and blueberry puree in equal amounts. Insert popsicle sticks and place in freezer for a minimum of 3 hours. Make 4 popsicles.

fruit & yogurt pops

Have a safe and fun Independence Day!fruit & yogurt pops recipe

Looking for more 4th of July recipes and crafts? Check these out:

Printable Straw Flags
Lemonade Flag Cake
4th of July Recipe Roundup

Hop on over to my blog for more recipes and stay in touch over on Facebook and Google+ and Pinterest!brittany from bebe a la mode designs

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  1. Thursday, July 2nd, 2015
    Great idea! I love Popsicles that don't have too much added sugar. Love the colorful stripes!