3cupsfresh or frozen fruit,roughly chopped if large: strawberries (about 1 1/2 pints), cherries, whole blueberries, raspberries, peaches, blackberries, plums—pick your favorite!
2-4tablespoonshoney,maple syrup, or agave, divided
1teaspoonpure vanilla extract
1 1/2cupsplain Greek yogurt
1/4cupmilk(any kind dairy/non-dairy will do—I used skim) omit if using regular vs. Greek yogurt
In a small saucepan, combine the fruit and 2 tablespoons honey. Stir gently to combine. Turn the pan to medium-high heat, then bring the fruit to steady simmer. Let cook until the fruit is a thick and jammy consistency, about 8 to 10 minutes (some fruit may need longer). Stir often so that the fruit does not burn. Remove from heat, stir in the vanilla extract, then let cool to room temperature.
In a small bowl or measuring cup, stir together the Greek yogurt, milk and 1 tablespoon of honey. Taste and add additional honey a little at a time until you reach your desired sweetness. Place the granola in a small bowl, then mix it with 1/4 cup of the prepared yogurt mixture. This coats the granola and will help it soften and freeze into the popsicles.
Arrange a popsicle mold on your work surface. With a small spoon, place a generous dollop of yogurt into the bottom of each. Next, add a small scoop of granola, then a spoonful of the cooked fruit, lightly tapping the mold on the counter between layers to remove any air pockets. Continue layering the yogurt, granola, and fruit until the molds are filled. Tap the molds on the counter once more, then insert the popsicle stick. Freeze until solid, 6 hours or overnight.
To unmold the yogurt popsicles, run the mold under hot water for a few seconds (the time needed will vary based upon the temperature of your freezer). Gently remove and enjoy!
Wish you had a popsicle mold right now? I have and love this one (and it's inexpensive too!).In a hurry? Swap the cooked fruit for 1 cup of your favorite jam (though depending upon which jam you select, the resulting popsicles may be higher in sugar).Leftover yogurt popsicles will keep in the freezer for several weeks.
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