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Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Pops

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The strawberries we have been getting from our CSA are so delicious.  I probably eat a pint on the drive home!  Luckily, they are having a great year for strawberries and there are always plenty to go around.  
 I wanted to make some into frozen yogurt.  I didn’t really make a specific recipe.  I just put a bunch of strawberries into the blender with yogurt…
Blended it…
Poured it into the ice cream maker…
And froze it!
Unfortunately, I found it a little too icy for my taste.  I still wanted to eat it, though, so I let it melt in the fridge.
I poured the melted no-longer-fro-yo into ice pop molds and refroze it…. Perfect!  It was a great pre-work snack!
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4 thoughts on “Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Pops

  1. I love strawberry yogurt pops!

  2. One of my faves is putting frozen strawberries, along with some heavy cream or yogurt and a pinch of pure stevia extract and putting it in the blender. Because the berries were frozen, it makes for an amazing frozen yogurt type treat really quickly. They are so good!

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  4. Amazing! Haha, the ice pop mold saves it! 🙂 One of the many good benefits of frozen yogurt is that, it’s good for the heart. It helps in improving the heart’s and blood vessel’s health by converting fiber to healthy fat which promotes good cholesterol levels.

    Joseph Carr

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