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Two Ingredient Healthy Yogurt Dessert Pops


2 ingredient yogurt pops

 

If you haven’t discovered Greek yogurt in your house, it’s time. We started buying it a few years ago and we rarely buy anything else. My favorite is the Noosa brand made here in Colorado. Once you’ve had their honey flavored yogurt, you’ll be a lifetime fan. My son eats a lot of yogurt but it took him awhile to develop a taste for the rich and creamy Greek yogurt. But I find that he’ll eat just about anything if it is frozen. That is one reason why I love this very simple two ingredient recipe for yogurt pops by Catherine McCord or Weelicious.com

Catherine is the undisputed queen of interesting, very healthy, family recipes. She is truly a master at developing wonderful dishes that her kids will actually eat. I’ve been a fan (and blogging friend) of Catherine’s for several years and I am always in awe when I see her young children eating an enviable amount of veggies and raw organic foods. Granted, my family eats pretty well but Catherine puts our daily routines to shame! I believe the reason she is so successful is she’s made healthy eating a lifestyle from her children’s infancy. Her passion to always keep the foods fresh and interesting spawned her fun and creative blog, Weelicious.com and a huge following of appreciative moms. She has included many of her most popular recipes (140 of them to be exact) in a new cookbook that will be available this September.

Now… back to those yogurt pops! We’ve all purchased frozen yogurt tubes at the grocery store but these are more fun to make and include a healthier ingredient to add some sweetness… honey. If you’d like to make some of your own yogurt pops, please CLICK HERE to see Catherine’s recipe. And when you visit the website, grab a cup of coffee and stay awhile because I always have lots of “ah ha” inspirations whenever I visit Weelicious!

Photo Credit: Catherine McCord of Weelicious.com

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