Wildberry Whoopee Pops Recipe
Just plain healthy recipe...
Wildberry Whoopee Pops contain white cranberry juice, strawberry yogurt, whole strawberries and a sprinkling of chocolate chips.
2 cups white cranberry juice drink, chilled
1 cup strawberry yogurt
2-1/2 cups individually-frozen whole strawberries
2 tablespoons powdered sugar, if desired
1/4 cup mini chocolate chips
8 6-ounce paper cups
8 craft sticks
Put all ingredients, except chocolate chips, in a blender. Blend for a few seconds on high speed or until ingredients are thoroughly combined. Pour 1/2 cup mixture into each of the paper cups. Freeze 30 minutes or until slightly slushy.
Stir 1 teaspoon chocolate chips into each cup. Insert wooden craft sticks in center of cup. Freeze an additional 1-1/2 to 2 hours or until completely firm.
Peel paper cup away from pop, or dip outsides of cups in warm water to loosen. For longer storage, place frozen pops in large resealable freezer bag. Freeze up to 2 weeks.
Tip: If blender doesn't handle ice cubes or other large frozen items well, thaw strawberries slightly before using.
Yield: 8 servings
Serving size: 1 Wildberry Whoopee Pop
Calories: 217; Total Fat: 3.9g; Cholesterol: 3.6mg; Carbohydrates: 45.5g; Protein: 3.0g; Sodium: 68mg
Dietary Exchange: Fruit 3, Fat 1
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