Yummy ~ How To: Make Non Fat Yogi-Pops

Well summer is just around the corner here in Australia, so I thought it would be perfect timing to share this recipe on how to make Non Fat Yogi - Pops!

Image from Chobani

Ingredients:
* 350 - 450g Non Fat  Yogurt. {You can really use any non fat yogurt, but taste a little bit beforehand, since if you don't like it, chances are you won't like it frozen either}
* 1x Icy Pop Mould
* Fruit. {Strawberries, mangos, bananas, kiwis, blueberries etc.}

Method:
1~ Start by opening your yogurt containers, and then mixing the contents properly.
2 ~ Divide your yogurt evenly into your Icy Pop Mould but do NOT fill it up all the way to the top if you want to add fruit. There's bound to be a little spillage,but don't worry, just wipe it up.
3 ~ Now it's time to add the fruit of your choice! I went with strawberries. You simply need to chop up your fruit into small pieces, no more than 4 pieces a pop. Then push them in between the yogurt in your pops.


Optional Step:
You can add some honey to your pops to add a little more sweetness, but that's completely up to you.

Insert the handles, and freeze until firm. {The time depends on how large or small your moulds are}
An easy way to get them out is run the mould under warm water for a few seconds.

Now it's time to enjoy your  Non Fat Yogi-Pops!!!

Hope you all enjoyed that quick and easy recipe :)
If you did make these, please post a photo to my Facebook Page, it would really make my day!




4 comments:

  1. these look so good. I've tried on numerous occasions to make frozen pops and they ALWAYS stick to the mold, even when I try to slightly de-ice them with warm water to get the frozen concoction out. how do you do this?! they are so pretty. mine usually end up a mess!

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    1. Thank you!
      Mine always come out easily, without making any mess. I think it might have something to do with the moulds, since I've used other moulds before and then had quite a difficult time getting them out. Maybe try using a different mould? :)

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  2. Where Can I get the Chobani molds??

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    1. I got mine ate my local supermarket :)
      I'm not sure if you can buy them online though, sorry!
      Xx

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