SpiruBerry Popsicles

Easy and Delicious Popsicle Recipe That’ll Cool You Down This Summer, and are a healthier alternative to store-bought frozen pops. Perfect treat for kids and adults.

 You’ll need a food processor or blender, popsicle container as well as the following ingredients.

2/3  cup raspberries, strawberries, mango or what ever else you can think of
1 cup Greek yogurt or coconut yogurt (for dairy free)
1 banana
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1 tablespoon spirulina

Mix the yogurt, banana, chia seeds, spirulina and vanilla in a small bowl. Set aside to allow the chia seeds and spirulina to soak up some of the liquid. (You can also soak the spirulina sprinkles in a tiny bit of milk to dissolve before hand.)
Place the berries in a food processor or blender and blend until smooth. Pour into the molds until they are half full and place into the freezer for 5 minutes.

Blend the yogurt mixture. Fill the popsicle molds with the yogurt mixture. Try to keep the layers separate.

Leave them in the freezer for several hours or overnight to get hard.
If you find there isn’t enough to fill up the molds, then add water to the yogurt mixture. This will also help the popsicle freeze harder. If it’s too much, you can put the rest in a plastic cup and add a stick to it. Lucky for us we had two sets of popsicle molds to use. The push up molds are our favorite, though it’s easier to eat from a stick…


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