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Frozen Yogurt Pops | Summer Recipes

Frozen Yogurt Pops | Summer Recipes

Frozen Yogurt Popsicle
 Who doesn't like ice cream or pops during peak summer and if that can be done with just 2 ingredients and in 2 step then it's awesome isn't it?  Well, then you are in right place this yogurt pops has only 2 ingredients and its super easy, we just have to wait for pops to freeze and that's the most difficult part.   Summer and popsicle goes hand in hand and here it does same too in these hot days a cool popsicle give so much relief.

These popsicle are made of curd which adds creamy texture, you won't guess that it's made of curd(yogurt) it's just like any normal ice cream creamy and delicious.  If you try this one you will become a fan too like me now, I am just mix ingredients, keep in freezes in morning and by the time we are back home in evening it's ready to indulge.

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I used my homemade mixed fruit jam but you can any use jam of your choice and relish it.  To make in large batch simply double or triple the ingredients quantity.  The pops started to melt immediately which you can see in the picture of course so I couldn't click much and also broke the shot glass so my mood was bit off.  Nevertheless these popsicle were delicious and I loved it.

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Yogurt Popsicle Recipe

Prep time:
Freeze time:
Total time:
Yields: 4 small Popsicle 

Ingredients:

Thick Yogurt/Dahi - 1 Cup [Make your own yogurt/dahi]

Mixed Fruit Jam - 3/4 Cup [or to taste, make your own jam]

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Method:

1. In a bowl take jam and yogurt.  Use thick or hung curd.
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2. Mix well to combine, let few small chunks of jam intact.
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2. Fill in desire glass/bowl or ice-pops molds until 3/4 and freeze for 2 hours uncovered. Use foil to cover and freeze for 4 hours or until 3 days.
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To unmold leave pops in room temperature for 2 minutes and enjoy this super easy yogurt pops.

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Have a nice day ~~