Frozen Strawberry Yogurt popsicles

This recipe is so simple that your kids can have fun preparing it!! You will only need sweet seasonal strawberries, the yogurt of your choice and paper straws.

STRAWBERRIES: I really suggest to use organic ones. Unfortunately strawberries are always in the dirty dozen food list with pesticide residues on it. Buying organic is the safest way to go.

YOGURT: I opted for a vanilla greek yogurt, thick and creamy, but you can really choose the variety that your kids like the most.

PAPER STRAW: I tried different kind of sticks (lollipop white ones, wooden ones) and I think that the paper straw is strong enough to hold the strawberry but soft enough for a toddler palate. Do not worry, your toddlers will not eat the straw!!!

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If you want to prepare a nice batch of frozen strawberries and keep them available in the freezer my suggestion is to prepare the strawberries, freeze them and (one or two hours later), once froze, remove them from the tray/baking sheet and place them in a freezer bag that you will close in order to prevent the yogurt on the surface to get freeze burned. The frozen yogurt strawberries can be storedΒ up to 6 months, but I’m sure they will be enjoyed way sooner!!!

Frozen Strawberry Yogurt popsicles
Ingredients
  • 12 strawberries
  • 5.3 oz. greek yogurt 150gr.
  • 12 paper straws
  • 3 Tbsp sugar sprinkles optional
Instructions
  1. Wash the strawberries and gently pat them dry.
  2. Cut the top green leaves
  3. Delicately insert a paper straw at the base of the strawberry up until more than half strawberry.
  4. Place the yogurt in a large cup
  5. Gently roll the strawberry in the yogurt in order to fully coat it
  6. Place the strawberry pop on a parchment paper on a small baking sheet or tray that will fit your freezer (check if you have enough space in the freezer before lining up the strawberries!!!)
  7. Freeze for at least one hour
  8. Enjoy!!

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