Banana Peach Yogurt Pops

Banana Peach Yogurt Pops | www.DanielleDIY.com   recipes

I am a huge frozen yogurt freak (have you ever had the Taro froyo from Tutti Frutti? Life changing!) but the weigh-and-pay system does make it kind of pricey. Also many choices from the topping bar can easily turn a healthy treat into something just as bad as an ice cream sundae!

Fortunately these frozen yogurt pops are just as satisfying, and with no sugar added they are guilt-free :)

Banana Peach Yogurt Pops | www.DanielleDIY.com   recipes

Banana Peach Yogurt Pops | www.DanielleDIY.com   recipes

I treated myself to this ice pop mold from Amazon. It came with the sticks too!

Full recipe under the cut!

Ingredients

2 ripe peaches
2 bananas
1 peach yogurt (I used Stonyfield Blends organic, very creamy)
1 vanilla yogurt
fat-free milk
You’ll need an ice pop mold & a blender too.

Directions

1. Chop up one peach and a banana. Blend the pieces along with your yogurt, and a few splashes of milk (I use a magic bullet and add the milk last, up to the fill line)

Banana Peach Yogurt Pops | www.DanielleDIY.com   recipes

2. On the side, finely chop your other peach and banana and spoon the pieces onto the bottom of the molds.

Banana Peach Yogurt Pops | www.DanielleDIY.com   recipes

3. Fill the rest with the blended yogurt mixture, add popsicle sticks and freeze!

Banana Peach Yogurt Pops | www.DanielleDIY.com   recipes

Super simple but really tasty!

- Danielle

2 Responses to "Banana Peach Yogurt Pops"

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  1. Elizabeth

    December 10, 2013 at 6:02 pm

    mm. those look good!

    x elizabeth of thompson & prince

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    • Danielle DIY

      December 10, 2013 at 9:06 pm

      Thank you Elizabeth. Would you like to trade links?

      Reply

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