Peach-Apricot is the flavor for this delicious tasting Greek yogurt frozen pops that took me only 5 minutes to make, and with this simple recipe, I know we can make so many different flavors to enjoy all summer long.
I used low-fat milk, instead of whole milk. You can also use almond milk if you prefer. Then I blended all the ingredients in a blender for a few seconds, and poured the yogurt mixture into these cute star ice pop molds I picked up the other day.
Peach-Apricot by Sarabeth's, which he usually has on his toast every morning for breakfast. He didn't mind. Actually he loved the frozen pop himself, and didn't realized it was made with yogurt until I told him ( he's not fond of yogurt).
These frozen pops turned out really fabulous. They were super easy and super yummy! Who knew something so healthy can taste this good. They make perfect frozen treat for kids of all ages, even big kids - like us! Enjoy!
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Sarabeth's has a variety of flavored fruit preserves that are sold in supermarkets around the world, including Walmart and ShopRite and I found this particular peach-apricot flavor online. You may click here if you prefer this flavor as well. Have a good day!
Peach-Apricot Greek Yogurt Frozen Pops
- 1 cup non-fat Plain Greek Yogurt ( I used Chobani)
- 3/4 cup low-fat Milk
- 2 tsp. Honey
- 4 Tbsp. Peach-Apricot spreadable fruit
- 6 star ice pop molds by Tovolo
Pour into the 6 molds and fill them to the top. Lower the sticks into the mold and press to seal. Freeze for at least 4 to 6 hours.
Run each mold under warm tap water for a few seconds.
Gently pull the pop out of the mold.
Makes 6 frozen pops