Whether you are looking for a special treat for your Frozen fanatic, or just a healthy treat to cool off with, these frozen gems are easy to whip up and filled with nutritious ingredients.
Do you have a little Frozen fan at your house? I do.
She may be a bit obsessed. There are days I am not allowed to even call her Layla, I must refer to her as Elsa. I love watching her imagination, even though when she “freezes” me in the middle of something I am doing the game gets old fast.
My daughter is NOT alone with her never-ending love affair with Frozen, just about every party she has been to this year has been Frozen themed.
So what better way to celebrate a family movie night or a party or just a hot afternoon, than with healthy treat that will bring a smile to your Frozen fan–or to anybody, even my 10 year old son who is OVER the Frozen obsession enjoyed the pop.
The best news? I looked like a superstar mom with less than 5 minute prep time. Just a quick buzz in the blender of yogurt, frozen blueberries (fresh would work too), a splash of milk and vanilla.
Then I spooned the mixture into my silicone snowflake mold and placed it into the freezer. They were ready in 2 hours (granted my mold was relatively small and I started with frozen blueberries.)
And you surely, do not need to use a snowflake mold to make these pops. They would be great poured into any popsicle mold, silicone mold, or even into a small dixie cup with a wooden stick stuck in the middle. I just happened to want to run with the Frozen movie theme!
Regardless, this is a fun treat loaded with protein from the Greek yogurt and antioxidants from the blueberries. They are a healthy snack that is COMPLETELY guilt free. But if you are used to sweeter treats, feel free to add a few tablespoons of honey or use vanilla Greek yogurt.
Frozen Inspired Blueberry Greek Yogurt PopsPrint Pin Rate
- 1 cup plain Greek yogurt vanilla yogurt works for sweeter palate preferences as well
- 1 cup blueberries frozen or fresh
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 tablespoons to 1/4 cup milk I used almond milk
- Blend together the yogurt, blueberries, and vanilla. Scrape down the sides and add milk, 1 tablespoon at at time and blend, until the mixture just combines. I needed to use the full 1/4 cup of milk because my yogurt was very thick and my blueberries were frozen.