Red White and Blueberry Popsicles

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Red White and Blueberry Popsicles

 

 

Considering the short week for Independence Day, we thought we would recommend a healthy way to show your colors this summer with these patriotic Red White and Blueberry Yogurt Popsicles!  Everyone loves these berry-licious frozen treats, so layer up a batch this 4th of July!

 

Ingredients

  • 1 heaping cup raspberries

  • 1 cup blueberries

  • 1 cup vanilla flavored Greek yogurt

 

Instructions

 
- Using a small 4 cup food processor, or blender, puree the raspberries until smooth. Set aside.
- Do the same with the blueberries. (If your blueberries are super purple, add a little blue food coloring.)
-  Put the yogurt and each of the berry purees in small measuring cups with spouts. The goal is to thin them just a bit so they are pourable. Use water for the yogurt and the raspberries, and, depending on the color of your blueberries, you can use water, or yogurt if you need to brighten up your 'blue'. Keep these cups chilling in the refrigerator when you are not using them.
-  To layer your pops, start by pouring a little of the blueberry in the bottom of each mold. The only tricky part to these popsicles is getting the layers in without too much spillage to mar your stripes. Use my photos as a rough guide for how much blue you want. Don't get too fussy, it should look rustic!
-  Put the mold in the freezer and freeze till firm, at least an hour, or more.
-  Layer a little bit of yogurt into each mold for the next stripe. You will be able to see through the side of the mold to check your progress. At this point, cover the top of the mold with foil, and insert the popsicle sticks. Make sure to get the stick a little bit into the frozen layer so they will stand straight. Put back into the freezer until solid.
-  Remove the foil at this stage, you won't need it since the stick is in and you need to layer. Next comes your raspberry stripe, and so on until the molds are filled. Make sure to freeze each stripe until solid before adding the next. Don't worry if the stripes are uneven, but do try to clean up any dribbles as you go. I used a popsicle stick to scrape down the insides of the mold after each stripe.
-  Once filled and completely frozen solid, you can un-mold your pops. Fill the sink with hot water. Remove the foil, and immerse the mold just up to the lip, being careful not to let any water splash onto the top. Hold it for 30 seconds, remove, and try to pull the pops out. If they don't slide out, immerse again for just a few seconds.
-  I recommend keeping the popsicles in the mold until you are ready to serve, or, if you are working in batches, wrap each pop quickly in waxed paper or put into a baggie and put back in the freezer. I don't recommend making these more than a day in advance.

 

This week's delivery includes:

 

- Honey Red Dino Pluots
- Rainier Cherries from Chelan
- Washington Extra Fancy Premium Pink Lady Apples
- Organic Red Grapes
- Rainforest Alliance-Certified Bananas

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