Christmas POPS


Christmas Popsicles - healthy holiday dessert or snack made with fruit and yogurt that you can feel good about giving to your kids!

Popsicles?!  For Christmas?!  YES.  Any day is a good day for a popsicle, especially when they're loaded with nothing but healthy fruit and yogurt.  My little Maggie had FIVE in a row, and you know what?  That was just fine with me.

Ingredients for Christmas Popsicles-- Healthy Fruit and Yogurt

They are simple to make!  You need a red fruit (we used frozen strawberries), white yogurt (we used vanilla), a green fruit (we used kiwi), a little blendery thing, and a popsicle mold (we used this super cute mini pop mold from Zoku which I LOVE).

Christmas Popsicles- Healthy Holiday Snack your kids can help you make

Whir up your fruit.  I used 3 kiwis and about 10 medium-sized strawberries, and it made enough puree to fill this particular mold twice.  Your popsicle mold may need more or less.  I thawed my strawberries in the microwave so that they would blend nicely.  I didn't add any additional sweetner, but you could certainly add some sugar or honey if you prefer.

Christmas Popsicles- Healthy Holiday Snack or Dessert
Ready to fill!
Christmas Popsicles- Healthy Holiday Snack or Dessert

Fill up your popsicle molds using layers of each color.  The consistency of the three ingredients is very different, so they won't mix together in the mold.

Christmas Popsicles- Healthy Holiday Snack or Dessert

Pop them in the freezer for several hours, and then you have a healthy holiday treat for your kids that you won't feel guilty about!

Christmas Popsicles- Healthy Holiday Snack or Dessert, made with fruit and yogurt

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Christmas Popsicles- Healthy Holiday Snack or Dessert, made with fruit and yogurt



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Cutting Tiny Bites: Christmas POPS
Christmas POPS
Christmas Popsicles - healthy holiday dessert or snack that you can feel good about giving to your kids!
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