Frozen Berry & Ginger Yogurt Pops

8 Servings Ready in 0 hour 25 minutes

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Looking for a refreshing treat during the coming hot months,then the frozen berry and ginger yoghurt pops are not only a tasty cool option but a healthy one too.

The Greek yogurt provides a decent amount of protein and calcium and the mixture of fruits is rich in antioxidants. A little dark chocolate will support your healthy treat with more magnesium and iron. You can Buy chocolates online from Chocolak.com to get best tasting chocolate as they specialize in cool packaging that reaches fresh to your home and ready for your new recipe. Forget about all these store-bought pops and ice creams and try these do-it-yourself fruity ice pops; children and adults will equally love them and keep asking for more.

Ingredients

  • 100g ginger-based biscuit
  • 1.5 cup of light condensed milk
  • 100 grams of dark chocolates (order chocolates online from chocolak.com to get the freshest and most nutritious dark chocolates).
  • 250g of mixed red berries of choice (strawberries, red berries, redcurrants, and raspberries).
  • 2 cups ofzero fat Greek yogurt
  • 250g of mixed purple berries of choice (blueberries, blackcurrants and blackberries)
  • 8 ice pop sticks
  • 8 paper cups

Procedure

  • 1

    Place the ginger biscuits in a food processor and keep pulsing until they turn into crumbs. Add only 2 tablespoons of the light condensed milk and process again until the crumbs are well clumped. Divide the biscuit crumbs equally between the eight paper cups you have, pressing down on the crumbs with the back of your spoon.

  • 2

    Melt the chocolate in the microwave, and pour it on top of the biscuit crumbs. Once you’re done, take a look at your food processor to make sure that everybiscuit crumb has been removed, this way you won’t need to wash your processor in order to start the next step of this recipe.

  • 3

    Place your mixed berries on a chopping board and start cutting them into small pieces to ease the processing step. Start by placing half of the red berries, 2/3 cup of the light condensed milk,and one cup of the Greek yogurt in the food processor and keep blending until a smooth mixture is formed with little to no clumps. Stir through the berries and yoghurt before pouring them over the biscuit mixture in the cups. Don’t fill each cup to the top as you’re going to repeat this step with the other purple berries and the remaining Greek yogurt, melted chocolate and condensed milk.

  • 4

    Place the wooden Popsicle sticks into each cup, pushing it down to reach the biscuit base which helps keep the stick standing up straight and fixed into the popsicle.

  • 5

    Place the cups in the freezer and leave it for at least 4 hours before consumption. To remove the pops from the paper cups, tip them upside down, and slowly squeeze the cup until the pops slip out.

  • per 100g
Calories247 Kcal
Protein13 grams
Carbohydrate44 grams
Fiber39 grams
Fat2 grams
Saturated Fat1 grams
Sodium400 mg

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