• Hands-on Time

    30 min

  • Total Time

    2+ hours in freezer

  • Difficulty

    Showing Off

  • Servings

    6

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End Summer With a Bang: Berry Swirl Bomb Pops and a Giveaway

Ingredients

Berry Swirl Bomb Pops

  • 1 cup blueberries, rinsed
  • 3 teaspoons honey, divided
  • 1/2 cup plain non-fat greek yogurt
  • 1/4 cup non-fat milk
  • 1 cup fresh strawberries, rinsed, hulled and halved

Directions

Berry Swirl Bomb Pops


 

In a blender, combine blueberries and 1 teaspoon of honey and blend until smooth.

Pour mixture into pop molds, dividing evenly, scraping the sides of the blender to get as much of the mixture as possible. Place molds in the freezer for at least one hour until frozen solid.

Next place the Greek yogurt, milk and 1 teaspoon of honey into the blender (clean the blender between layers), and blitz to combine.

Remove pop molds from freezer and divide the yogurt mixture evenly between each mold, making sure to leave a least a half inch at the top for the third layer. DO NOT ADD THE POPSICLE STICKS YET.

Place back in the freezer but this time, check the molds after 30 minutes to see if they are firm but not yet completely set. If they need more time, place them back in the freezer, checking every 15 minutes. You want them to be firm enough to hold the strawberry layer but not too hard to insert the sticks. When the proper consistency is reached…

Place strawberries and honey in a clean blender and blitz until smooth. Divide mixture evenly between the pop molds. Carefully insert sticks into the pops. If the pops are too hard, let them sit out for 10 minutes to soften and try again. If needed, try inserting a bamboo skewer into the center of each mold to create a “starter hole” for the sticks. Once sticks are secured place pops back in the freezer and freeze for at least a couple of hours until the pops are frozen through.

To serve, remove however many pops you’d like, run the mold under hot water for five seconds and gently slip the mold away. Enjoy immediately.