By Kelly Bogard

Oh goodness, this heat! The temperatures are climbing to near record highs around here, and the last thing I want to do is cook. I just want to find a way to stay cool!

How about a big glass of Blackberry Sun Tea or maybe some Watermelon Granitas? They both sound delicious, but how about something with fruit and no added sugar?

For Fruity Fro-Yo Pops, you will need…Fruity Fro-Yo Pops
1 c. Greek yogurt
1 c. raspberries
1/4 c. honey
2 tbsp. vanilla

Fresh fruit and honey are a great way to get something sweet. We’re pretty lucky to have an abundance of different fruits available this time of year. Now, all we need is about five minutes and, we’ll be ready to chill.

Start by mixing together the yogurt, honey and vanilla in a large bowl. I use Greek yogurt, because it’s high in protein, low in sugar and has a creamy texture.
Fruity Fro-Yo Pops

Wash and add in your raspberries. Smash and stir them into the yogurt mixture until you reach the smooth texture with raspberry pearls in it. If you don’t like raspberries, you can add in any berry or smooth textured fruit. But I don’t recommend citrus.
Fruity Fro-Yo Pops

Move the yogurt from the bowl to Popsicle molds. I have one that makes six small pops that are perfect for a busy afternoon snack. Then pop them in the freezer until solid.
Fruity Fro-Yo Pops

I like to make these Popsicles in the evenings so they are ready for the next day. The only reason they last overnight is so we can get them as cold as possible. Otherwise they are a guiltless treat that would disappear instantly, sometimes even for breakfast. Stay cool this summer! From all of us at Texas Table Top, enjoy!

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Fruity Fro-Yo Pops
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Passive Time 6 hours
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Passive Time 6 hours
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Fruity Fro-Yo Pops
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Instructions
  1. Mix together the yogurt, honey and vanilla in a large bowl.
  2. Smash and stir the fruit into the yogurt mixture until you reach the smooth texture with raspberry pearls.
  3. Move the yogurt to Popsicle molds.
  4. Freeze until solid.
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Kelly Bogard

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Kelly Bogard is the official Texas Table Top food editor, chef, food stylist/photographer and more. When she’s not busy cooking up a delicious recipe for Texas Table Top, she and her husband “D” are busy trying to keep up with their daughter “Butters” and enjoy anything outdoors

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