Summer Fruit & Yogurt Popsiclesby Pavani Nandula

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Summer Fruit & Yogurt Popsiclesby Pavani Nandula
  • Summer Fruit & Yogurt Popsicles (69 likes)

  • By Pavani Nandula|
    Last updated on Mar 21st
  • Prep Time0mins
  • Cook Time3Hours
  • Serves6People
Summer Fruit & Yogurt Popsicles

Ingredients

  • Low fat Yogurt - 1cup (I used 2% Greek Yogurt)
  • Fruit of Choice - 1cup (mango strawberry pitted cherries other berries are all good options)
  • Vanilla extract - 1tsp
  • Light corn syrup - 2tbsp
  • Sweetener of choice (agave honey etc) - as needed (optional)
  • Fresh Lemon juice - 1 ½tsp

Steps

  1. Place yogurt, vanilla, lemon juice, corn syrup and ½cup fruit in blender or food processor and puree until smooth.
  2. Add remaining fruit, and pulse 3~4 times or until fruit is broken down into small pieces.
  3. Add remaining fruit, and pulse 3~4 times or until fruit is broken down into small pieces.
  4. To unmold, simply place the mold in warm water for a minute and enjoy the refreshing treat!!
My Tip: Add any of your favorite summer fruits in this recipe. Mix more than 1 fruit for even more colorful and delicious treat.
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    Swati Saawarn 2 months ago

    Thank you

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    Pavani Nandula 2 months ago

    Swati, corn syrup is made from corn starch and is usually added in recipes like this to avoid crystal formation. You can substitute it with some honey.

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    Swati Saawarn 2 months ago

    What is corn syrup

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    tista ghosh a year ago

    yummy!!

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    Pavani Nandula a year ago

    Thank you Sukhmani :-)

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    Sukhmani Bedi a year ago

    What a beautiful recipe! And stunning presentation :)

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    Pavani Nandula a year ago

    Hi Anita, I've never made corn syrup at home. But here's a link to make for homemade corn syrup: http://homegrownandhealthy.com/homemade-corn-syrup/ The purpose of using corn syrup in this recipe is to prevent formation of icicles. Homemade corn syrup might not be able to do it 100%.

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    Anita Bansal a year ago

    how we can make corn syrup

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    Pavani Nandula 2 years ago

    Sanjula, Corn syrup will reduce the formation of icicles in this recipe. You can leave it out, but the popsicles might have a icy texture.

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    Sanjula Thangkhiew 2 years ago

    Is the syrup an essential to the recipe?

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    Bindiya Sharma 2 years ago

    looks yumm! Thanks for sharing the recipe..

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