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Desserts/ Gluten Free/ Treats/ Vegetarian

Clean Eating Frozen Blueberry Yoghurt Pops

Clean Eating Frozen Blueberry Yoghurt PopsThe lovely people from Rachel’s Organic sent over a wonderful bundle of fresh ingredients including some of their delicious Organic Greek Style Natural Yoghurt for me to experiment with this past weekend. I had a lot of fun filling my Nuribullet with different combinations of fruit and yoghurt and my little taste testers were so very pleased to lend a hand in the kitchen too, especially when I pulled out these little beauts!

They look pretty impressive but I promise you they could not have been more simple to make. Just 3 ingredients into the NutriBullet and hey presto, you’ve made yourself a yoghurt pop! My boys absolutely loved these and I felt good about them eating them knowing they were organic, full fat (minimally processed which means more nutrients) and naturally sweetened. No junk or added nonsense just real, clean wholesome food.

Rachels Organic do a great range of organic dairy products including some of my weekly essential items like unsalted butter, full fat milk and natural yoghurt.

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Clean Eating Frozen Blueberry Yoghurt Pops

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  • Yield: 8 pops (500ml) (8 Servings)
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My boys absolutely loved these and I felt good about them eating them knowing they were organic, full fat (minimally processed which means more nutrients) and naturally sweetened. No junk or added nonsense just real, clean wholesome food.

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Instructions

  1. Peel and thinly slice the kiwi fruit and place two slices onto the inside wall of each lolly mould.
  2. In a bowl or jug, stir together the honey and yoghurt until well combined.
  3. Add the blueberries and honey yoghurt mixture to your NurtiBullet, blender or smoothie maker and blend together until smooth.
  4. Carefully pour the yoghurt mixture into each of the ice lolly holes and top with the handles.
  5. Place the yoghurt pops into the freezer for at least 4 hours.
  6. Once frozen and ready to serve, gently warm the outside of the ice lolly mould to release the yoghurt pops.
  7. Serve and enjoy!

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