Here is a delicious little treat for you and bub, just in time for the scorcher about to hit tomorrow here in Sydney – 42 degrees and baking! Also if you’re on a bit of post festive season, pre Australia Day detox like me then this is the kind of treat your after.
This is a great substitute for craving ice-cream after dinner, which is my current downfall. We are trying to eat together as a family. I’m hoping Rafaela clues onto using her own spoon by watching us. So far we just have her wanting our and refusing to eat out of her bowl unless it comes from either mine or her dads. Eating together means eating super early for me, like at 6:30 pm. In my former life I was likely to be at work or on the train at that time. The task for us in the coming weeks as I plan on heading back to work is to maintain our dinner time, therefore the freezer will be my new best friend!
The below recipe is for Blueberry & Banana flavour. You can substitute or make many different combinations. Think about Raspberries, Mango, Strawberries and Banana. Once your bub is old enough you can use Honey. However this recipe uses Agave Syrup, easily available at Coles or Woolworths. We also use Organic full fat Yoghurt. Babies need full fat products until the age of two. I use Macro Foods Organic Greek Yoghurt or Jalna Bio Dynamic Organic Whole Milk Yoghurt. These are both staples in the fridge. For adults, try reduced fat vanilla yoghurt.
You don’t need to make them into Popsicle’s. I did picked up some cute moulds from Ikea for $2.99 last week. I’ve also made some smaller baby friendly portions in Ice cube trays. You can easily put this into a freezer friendly tub and scoop it out like normal frozen yoghurt.
Frozen Yoghurt Popsicles (makes about 1 litre)
1 Cup (280g) of organic plain yoghurt (see above)
½ cup (125ml) Soy Milk or Full Fat Milk
1 Cup (150g) fresh or frozen blueberries
¼ cup (60ml) of Agave Syrup or Maple Syrup
Place all the ingredients in a blender, blend until smooth. Pour into your moulds and freeze for 4-6 hours.
To remove the Popsicle from the case, run under warm water or place in a cup of warm water.
There is plenty to fill up 6 Popsicle moulds and a decent amount of ice cubes.
Thanks Kirst I like this a lot!!! X