Ice Lollies with yogurt, fruit and honey

Ice Lollies with yogurt, fruit and honey

By 11/08/2013

I don't particularly like the taste of commercial ice lollies and I am not so keen to buy them for my children. They have far too much sugar and they leave you with that industrial unpleasant aftertaste in your mouth. Make them at home and they will be a healthy and delicious snack to serve to your children.

For these lollies I have chopped the fruit into cubes but you can also whizz it and stir it in with the yogurt instead. If you don't have ice lollies molds, just use plastic cups instead and pop a stick into each one.

Once you have made them you can dip them into melted chocolate and then into chopped nuts for an extra treat.

  • Prep Time : 20 min + 4 hours freezing time minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

Chop the fruit into small cubes

peaches

Stir well the yogurt with the honey

 yogurt

Put the yogurt and the fruit alternating them into the ice lolly moulds and finish with a layer of yogurt

adding fruit

Put the lid on and then in the freezer for 4 hours

Yogurt and fruit ice lollies

What a refreshing and delicious snack!

 Yogurt and fruit ice lollies

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7 Responses to Ice Lollies with yogurt, fruit and honey

  1. kay

    Lovely idea. I bet they taste much better than any commercial lolly!

  2. Angie@Angie's Recipes

    Love fruity homemade pops. We had lots of them last weeks…summer is over…:-(

  3. Alida

    Yes they are very refreshing. A great favourite for children and adults too!

  4. Anneli (Delicieux)

    I love home made lollies. Using yoghurt is a lovely idea and I bet they are creamy and delicious. These are a perfect Summer treat – thanks for entering Four Seasons Food!

  5. Louise

    We’re expecting another heat wave, Alida. I must remember to make homemade pops for Marion she likes those pops from the grocery store but she will LOVE these! (and so much healthier for a 93 year old “youngster”, lol…

    Thank you so much for sharing…

  6. marco polo

    Hmmmmm they look scrummy!

  7. Blond Duck

    These are much better than store bought! I’ll have to make some for my husband– he’s been craving sweet things on his diet!

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