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Guys, it's hot outside! Thankfully the youngest is at an age when he can eat a popsicle without turning into a sticky mess so we've dubbed this the summer of the frozen pop. We're going to be sharing various freezer pop recipes over the next couple months because:
1. They're delicious.
2. They're easy.
3. They're cold.
mini paper cups
For this set of pops blend one overflowing cup of chopped strawberries and blackberries, with one cup of Greek yogurt.
Pour the mixture into eight of the mini paper cups, you the kind you find in the bathroom.
Steady your serving forks in the smoothie mixture by sticking a berry on the end.
Let the pops freeze for at least a few hours, preferably overnight.
To get the pops out of the paper cups just run them up a bit of warm water and the cup should peel right off.
If you want to skip this DIY version you could always pick up a set of popsicle molds like this one at Target. It costs a little bit more than the others but it looks like it won't tip over in the freezer!
Plus, you should have a RedCard by now so you'll get 5% off and free shipping.
As more and more fruit ripens I'm sure we'll be coming up with more recipes for sharing.
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