Blueberry and yogurt Popsicle – Celebrating mother’s day and my 150th post..:-)

My daughter and I seem to have similar tastes in life, with food particularly. So when I decided to make popsicles; we were equally excited. Well the only thing is she was sitting by the clock to constantly check the time, so the popsicles would be ready.  It wasn’t easy to patiently answer her only Q –“is it time for the popsicle?!!”, whole of last evening and through this morning. Its maddening at times but yet I have learned to be polite to my best and the person who has taken by complete surprise of this change in me is obviously my Mom.  Well MOM’s the word 🙂
This morning I come-up with an idea but didn’t realize handing Saana a popsicle and asking her to do a photo-shoot for my post wasn’t as easy as I thought.. It ended with a statement “MOM! You are not my friend anymore” 🙂
Moving to the recipe, I like this healthy Popsicle  Greek yogurt and berries is sure a thing to boast off.  So go ahead and beat the heat with his healthy and delicious pops. It was  bright and wonderful this morning, that I couldn’t stop clicking pictures hence little more pictures 🙂
 You need –
  • Greek yogurt – 1 ½ cups
  • Blueberries – 150 grams
  • Sugar – ¼ cup or as per your taste
  • Vanilla essence – ½ teaspoon
How to –
In a blender, blend the sugar and blueberries till smooth. In a blow beat the yogurt and vanilla essence.
Add the blueberry mixture and mix well till well combined. Pour  into the molds and freeze for at least 5 hours or till set.



To un-mold, run the molds in warm water for a few seconds while gently pulling the popsicle stick.



18 thoughts on “Blueberry and yogurt Popsicle – Celebrating mother’s day and my 150th post..:-)

  1. Children will always be what they are and we mothers will always be there for them. I think that's the moral behind Mother's day. If not, our lives will never be complete. I have had my share with my daughter who is now capable of having her own kids but she chooses to remind single, the current trend among many.

    Btw, I was excited looking at the pictures and your utmost effort of capturing them, that being of your daughter and the rest on the popsicle.

    I am not big on sweet stuffs but I would love a burst of the lovely flavors.

  2. Awww! Saana is looking soo cute.. I loved the combo of blueberry and yogurt Rekha.. These popsicles are apt for summer seasons 🙂

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