Mixed Berry Popsicles

Mixed berry popsicles? YES PLEASE!!  With summer just around the corner, who wouldn’t want something cool and full of berry flavor? And the best part? You control how much sugar goes into them! Awesome! I promise you, you kids will never know these are good for them. 😀  The ingredients are things you’ll have in your house, especially with the summer fruits in season. If you want to ‘cheat’ a little, I found these amazing smoothie mixes in the freezer section which have everything already in them. Berries, frozen yogurt, it’s all there.

Fresh or frozen berries of your choice. (for the above photo, I used raspberries, strawberries and blueberries)
1 container of yogurt, any flavor (I used vanilla)
1 cup apple juice
1 cup milk
honey or sugar to sweeten it up (optional.)

The How-to:
*gather all your fruit, wash it well
*place fruit in a blender

*pour the yogurt in the blender
*add the milk and juice
*mix everything until it’s at the desired consistency
*take a little taste.  If it needs some sweetness, add a bit of sugar or honey, or more apple juce and yogurt. 
*once everything is mixed to your preference, pour it into popsicle molds, add popsicle sticks
*place in the freezer until set

When it’s frozen through, simply remove from mold and enjoy! 
What is so great about these puppies, is that you can ix it up.. use pineapple and mango, or any other fruits you love. I can forsee having different kinds of popsicles every. day. in. the. summer. 😀 And that, my friends, is how you’ll get the ‘Parent of the Year Award!’ ha ha ha..


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