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Monday, July 23, 2012

YOGURT POPSICLES

Hi there! How was your weekend? Yep, mine went way to fast too! Our BBQ with the cousins was a blast and I was even able to take a nice Sunday nap--so I'd call this weekend a success indeed! However, I do wish the weather would maybe get a bit cooler. Being almost 8 months preggers during the hottest part of the year--what was I thinking?! I guess I didn't plan that one to well haha.

Well, to help a bit with these hot summer days...I decided to make my own popsicles! I have said this before, but my little S can be slightly picky when it comes to eating. So I thought I'd try to make popsicles out of YOGURT and other healthy ingredients (tricky tricky *wink). Did she love them...yep! Was I sitting there with a huge grin on my face, watching her devour them? Double yep! I know, it's a twisted satisfaction I tell ya!

So here are the different COLORFUL concoctions I brewed up (bought the popsicle holders at Target):






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21 comments:

  1. YUM! These all look delicious and are pretty healthy! I can't wait to try these out!

    xo Kayla

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  2. Yum! We have a zoku so I will have to try these:) The lime looks amazing

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  3. They do look yum and sound healthy! Are the measurements for the Banana Blizzard per popsicle or per batch (if so, how many)?

    Thanks for sharing!

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    1. It's per popsicle...but I sort of just eyeballed the amount. You can do as much honey or peanut butter as your little heart desires. Just depends on what you like. But yeah it's per popsicle. :-)

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  4. These look delish!! Definitely going to try them out :)

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  5. yum yum!! these look deliciously tasty!

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  6. I'll take one of cinnapeach and one of chocoberry. Oh wait, and one of limeade! So funny you posted this today because I just made frozen yogurt pie yesterday and also posted about popsicles today but White Russian flavor!

    Christina
    http://www.becauseofmadalene.com/

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  7. Omg these look delicious!!!!

    http://lovelyprettyworld.blogspot.fr/

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  8. I love all the different flavors you give! I love the photos and the way you organize your blog! thanks for sharing.

    www.eatblogpray.blogspot.com
    xo

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  9. great pictures! I want to eat them all!

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    1. oh well thanks rachy girl! :-) means a lot comin' from a talented photographer like yourself *wink

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  10. yumm it all looks delicious!

    Sydney
    http://satisfashionsydney.blogspot.com/

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  11. so this looks just delish! but I'm not a fan of yogurt so I might try fresh juice. which I've tried before but the molds just didn't come out pretty as these at all! Is there a trick to releasing the pops from the molds?

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    1. Oh fresh juice would be even better! :-) I let mine sit out for about fifteen minutes before I tried to take them out...and if they were still being stubborn I'd run them under warm water for a few seconds, just to melt it a bit--they slid out super easy when I did that!

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  12. These look gorgeous and more than a little bit necessary to my life...

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  13. OH MAN. So I need to make these PRONTO.

    Flouncesandhubbub.blogspot.com

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  14. OH MY GOODNESS! I feel like I just won the popsicle lottery!

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  15. wow ive got to try these! ive got popsicle holders from my wedding just sitting in my cupboard! they sound so easy too. thanks for sharing :)

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  16. WOW !!!! Its just superb .. Very Yummy ... :) :)

    www.witty-zone.blogspot.in

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  17. These popscicles look amazing - had to Pin some!

    You look super cute in your maternity shots btw...

    xo
    cortnie

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