Blueberry Popsicles

"This came in a recent Momsense magazine. Since blueberry season just started here in Virginia, it was the perfect find for me today. It makes wonderfully tasty and healthy pops...eight 5-ounce pops to be exact. Another win in the battle to get rid of HFCS in this house."
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photo by Julie Bs Hive photo by Julie Bs Hive
Ready In:
6hrs 10mins
8 popsicles




  • Blend blueberries, yogurt, milk, and sugar until smooth.
  • Pour mixture into eight 5-ounce paper cups.
  • Place foil over the top of each cup.
  • Pierce the center of the foil and insert a wooden craft stick as the handle.
  • Freeze up to six hours.
  • Before serving, dip cups in warm water for a few seconds.
  • Remove paper and foil.
  • Send children outside to drip and make a mess. Stand at window and wave at them while you eat yours.

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  1. Caty B.
    I love it ^_^ I love to cook and this is perfect.
  2. Susiecat too
    My DD says this is an "awesome 5-stars" treat. I used Greek plain yogurt, fresh blueberries, and clover honey. They were frozen in about 4 1/2 hours. I will probably make these in every possible fruit flavor over the course of the summer, since they were so very easy! (Next will be strawberry, then peach ....) And I agree, KWS, one more strike against the evil HFCS. Thanks! Made for ZWT4.
  3. Julie Bs Hive
    I near pulverized mine by putting the ingredients in the blender but that's what I wanted. These are quick and delicious and after making the blueberry ones we decided to make raspberry ones too. Only problem is telling the kids to wait until I get a photo before gobbling them up. Made for ZWT4.
  4. CookingONTheSide
    My sons enjoyed this tasty little treat. Very easy to make. Made for ZWT4 for the Tastebud Tickling Travellers.
  5. evelynathens
    I used frozen blueberries as that's all I can access. Also used Greek yoghurt that I flavoured with vanilla extract and sweetened with maple syrup. Delicious and healthy purply-blue popsicles. The kids liked them a lot.


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