Blueberry Basil Popsicles Recipe

Blueberry-Basil-Popsicles

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Blueberry Basil Popsicles for a Change of Pace

Popsicles are becoming the rage this summer, and everyone seems to have a great recipe for something new.  I recently purchased a popsicle mold and I’m experimenting with as many things as I can think of.  Since I love Greek yogurt, it was a natural thing to add to my popsicle repertoire.  All you need is a blender, popsicle mold, and your popsicle ingredients, and you are in business for a summer of deliciously frozen treats.  Blueberry Basil Popsicles are fresh, fruity, and best of all, filled with good things like protein and vitamins, that keep you going on hot summer days.

Good Blueberry Basil Popsicles Start with Fresh Blueberries and Basil

It’s blueberry season in many parts of the country, which makes Blueberry Basil Popsicles amazing.  Fresh picked blueberries are delicious in many dishes, but the flavor really pops when you blend them with blueberry Greek yogurt, fresh green Basil, and just a little bit of sugar.  I love to use fresh picked basil in these, as it gives a great earthy flavor that accentuates the blueberries well.    Experiment and see what works for you though.  I like my Blueberry Basil Popsicles just a little sweet.

 

Blueberry Basil Popsicles Recipe

Blueberry Basil Popsicles Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 container blueberry Greek yogurt
  • ½ pint blueberries
  • 1 sprig fresh basil
  • 1 t raw sugar

Instructions

  1. Blend the all the ingredients in a blender until smooth.
  2. Pour into popsicle molds.
  3. Freeze until solid, 4-6 hours.
  4. Pop out of molds and eat!
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So Many Options for Blueberry Basil Popsicles

You can change up Blueberry Basil Popsicles to use whatever fruit is in season.  Peaches, raspberries, strawberries, they all work fantastic in Greek yogurt popsicles.  If you can’t find a matching Greek yogurt, try honey flavored, or mix them.  Peaches and blueberries are amazing, as are raspberries and honey.

1 container blueberry Greek yogurt

½ pint blueberries

1 sprig fresh basil

1 t raw sugar

 

Blend the all the ingredients in a blender until smooth.

Pour into popsicle molds.

Freeze until solid, 4-6 hours.

Pop out of molds and eat!

 

Find flavors that you love and keep some Blueberry Basil Popsicles on hand for hot summer’s days!