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This recipe is very nice. I used plain goat yogurt because its easier to digest then cow yogurt. I used fresh organic strawberries. I pureed the majority of them, but did chop a few up at the end. I also added agave nectar instead of honey as its lower on the glycemic index for us folks who are carb. conscious. The flavour of this really good. I used the plastic popcicle molds which this amount fits in perfect, with a little left over which I drank...mmm, thanks I'm going to use different fruits in this but use the recipe as my template.

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Chef Joey Z. June 19, 2008

outstanding i loved them my kids loved them we ddid a combo of vanilla yogurt and mandrin oranges yummy thank will make often

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kittycara April 24, 2007

Fantastic recipe! Used low fat 80 cal. per cup vanilla yogurt and used 1/2 a 14 oz. canned lite peaches. 1 teaspoon of honey! And it came out AWESOME! Thank you so much for sharing your recipe with us!

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ferryal June 11, 2015

Perfect. I skipped the honey and used a bit of lemon stevia to sweeten. My yogurt was low-fat vanilla and my fruit was strawbs.

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yogiclarebear June 17, 2009

Wow, I had been wanting to try this recipe for a long time now and finally got around making it. It is wonderful! I am still amazed at how quickly and easily this went together. All it took was maybe 4 minutes and the hardest bit really was waiting for it to fully freeze. I used frozen blueberries, a creamy honey and low fat plain yoghurt plus 1 ts ground vanilla, which was really nice. Thank you so much for sharing this gem of a recipe, Susie! I cant wait for summer to come as an excuse to be making this healthy treat very often. :)

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Lalaloula March 19, 2009

Perfect tasty treat! Used a mix of frozen berries and some low-fat vanilla yogurt! Also used my plastic popsicle mold! Thanks Susie! :)

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Redsie June 19, 2008

My kids love these. I have had problems with the honey not blending properly. I have substituted organic sugar and they turn out nicely. I have also purchased craft sticks at the store and use them instead of the spoons. They are inexpensive and you get a lot in one package!

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Kris94 April 03, 2008

Lovely! We used fat-free yogurt and frozen mixed berries. It really can't get any easier than this! Thanks so much for posting this healthy, easy, and cheap treat.

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VegSocialWorker August 14, 2007

I was really glad that this recipe called for plain yogurt instead of that sugar-laden flavored stuff. I used raspberries and regular popsicle molds rather than the cups. They turned out great! Delicious and healthy! Nice treat for a hot summer day, thank you!

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SweetySJD June 28, 2007

I only buy plain yog., so was glad to see the recipe was plain yog! Wonderful taste and they don't melt fast. I used organic strawberries and I liked the hint of honey in there. There was enough for more than 4 of my popsicle molds.

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WI Cheesehead June 18, 2007
Fruit Yogurt Popsicles