Happy Wednesday everyone! I normally don’t post on Wednesday, but I was too excited to wait! After making the 3-Ingredient Chocolate Ice-creamI started thinking about what else I could whip up to cool down. My hubby suggested making something with fruit in it since he has an undying love for fruit…seriously, this kid doesn’t really want sweets, he just wants fruit. So because I love him, I began looking for different recipes. Most of the recipes I found were for popsicles, which is great but most of them looked like the fruit sank to the bottom of the popsicle. So I decided to make up my own recipe!
Seriously, just 3 ingredients
Here’s what you need:
– Popsicle tray
– 2 containers of blueberry greek yogurt (you can use any flavor combo you want)
– 2 well done bananas
– 1 cup frozen blueberries
Dump everything into a blender or food processor
Pour into popsicle tray
Put in freezer
Check freezer while you wait impatiently
Pull out of tray
Moan at how yummy and healthy it is
Prep for the freezer
All ready for the freezer!
I had some issues with the popsicle tray that we used because it didn’t want to actually pull the yummyness out with the handle (I broke one trying to get it out). After running some cool water over the outside, I was able to finally able to wiggle one out. We had some of the mixture left over so we had thrown it into some ice cube tray and those popped out just fine. I think we may just make mini-pops the next time around 😉
All that to say…it is DELICIOUS and WONDERFUL. Oh and SUPER HEALTHY! Enjoy!
Hey everyone, I'm Mads! I am a graphic designer by day and adventurer by every other second. I have a thirst for experiencing life and that means appreciating the small and quiet parts as well as the big and exciting parts. I read, write, hike, travel, and watch nerdy t.v. shows and movies. I am wife to the best guy in the universe, sister to THE coolest people you will ever meet, and mother to 4 adorable fur-babies. I have always loved creating new and unique ways to beautify and brighten our home. Our life is small, simple, adventurous, and kind of amazingly imperfect.