Dessert/ Snacks & Fingerfood/ Sweet/ Vegetarian

Yoghurt Popsicles: Forest Fruit and Banana-Pomegranate Molasses

9 August 2020


This heatwave definitely calls for some refreshing snacks and I love making these yoghurt popsicles so I can vary the ingredients and flavours as I please! I did have to photograph super quickly though, they were melting) super quickly.

Yoghurt Popsicles: Forest Fruit and Banana-Pomegranate Molasses

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Dessert, snack
By Saffron Serves: 8 small popsicles
Prep Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 15 minutes + freezing time

Ingredients

  • 2 cups yoghurt (low or full fat, up to you)
  • 2 - 3 tbsp condensed milk (start with 2 and add more after tasting)
  • 1 cup frozen fruit: forest fruit, mango, raspberries, whatever you fancy
  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 tbsp pomegranate molasses
  • Equipment needed
  • Popsicle moulds

Instructions

1

Start by making the basis: in a blender add 2 cups of yoghurt (the amount depends on the size of your moulds) and 2-3 tbsp of condensed milk.

2

Give it good blend and taste, adjust either ingredient to your liking.

3

For the forest fruit version I used frozen fruit which I still had a box of in my freezer, fresh fruit will also be delicious.

4

Give it a quick pulse in the blender, but not too much so you keep the texture and colour of the fruit.

5

Mix it through half of the yoghurt mixture and pour into half of the moulds

6

For the banana-pomegranate molasses version I first blended a ripe banana and mixed it in the other half of the yoghurt mixture.

7

With a spoon swirl in the molasses, don’t over stir so you can keep the marble look (I over stirred a bit)

8

Pour into the rest of the moulds and freeze for at least 4 hours, better the next day. Enjoy!

Notes

For a healthier version you can use honey for the sweetener instead of condensed miil, but I love the flavour and texture it gives.

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