What’s red and green and white all over? These absolutely beautiful and delicious Greek yogurt popsicles! Made with fresh kiwi, pomegranate seeds, and Cabot Greek Yogurt, these treats look like Christmas, but taste like summer! This recipe from our friends over at Seventh Generation makes six popsicles. Make them, enjoy them, and then share the recipe on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.
Four simple ingredients is all you need to make these Greek yogurt popsicles with fruit: 1 pound Cabot Greek Yogurt, 2 fresh kiwis (peeled and sliced), ½ cup pomegranate seeds, and ¼ cup raw honey (to make them vegan, use agave syrup in place of honey).
Mix all the ingredients together, setting aside a few kiwi slices to add to the popsicle molds separately. Scoop the mixture into popsicle molds, filling almost to the top. Take the reserved kiwi slices and slide them down the sides of the molds so they will be visible.
When the popsicles are removed from the molds. Freeze for at least five hours. Feel free to experiment with different fruits of your choice – with Cabot Greek Yogurt as the base for this recipe, there are so many possible combinations!
Craving more popsicle recipes? Our Key Lime Pie Frozen Popsicles are a must-try, whether you make them plain or coat them with chocolate! As a cooperative of over 800 farm families, our mission is to make the highest quality and best tasting dairy products around. We make sure to only feature our very best recipes for you and your family to enjoy. We’d love for you to rate and review this Cabot Greek Yogurt & Fruit Popsicles recipe once you’ve given it a try. If you decide to try out other fruits in this recipe, let us know which combinations you and your family love the most!
16 ounces Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt
2 fresh kiwis, peeled and sliced
½ cup pomegranate seeds
¼ cup raw honey
Get the ingredients you need at a convenient nearby location.
To see how to make this recipe, visit our fellow B Corp friends at Seventh Generation.
YUM! So Easy and tasty…thanks Seventh Gen and Cabot.