Fun With Food Sunday – Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Poppers

 

Summertime is filled with outdoor activities. Why not cool off with these Frozen Blueberry Yogurt “Poppers.”

They are as easy to make as they are delicious.

Check them out!

36189104_10213716987772279_3479808251548139520_nWhat You Need

  • Large fresh blueberries
  • 1/4 cup of vanilla Greek Yogurt or individual serving
  • Toothpicks
  • Parchment paper
  • Baking sheet, or a plate

Directions

Step #1 – Place the parchment paper on the baking sheet or plate

Step #2 – Take a toothpick and insert it into a blueberry

Step #3 – Dip the blueberry into the yogurt – be sure to cover it well.

Step #4 – Place on parchment paper

Step #5 – Repeat until all your blueberries are covered in yogurt.

Note: Be sure to space the “poppers” on the parchment so they are not touching.

Step #6 – Place the poppers in the freezer.

Step #7 – Wait until they are frozen and enjoy!

Extras

For a different treat, use raspberry, blueberry, or strawberry Greek yogurt instead of vanilla.

Fun with Food Facts – Blueberries

106862Did you know?

  1. July is National Blueberry Month
  2. There are two types of blueberries; high bush and low bush.
  3. Low bush berries are usually smaller and sweeter. They are used for making jams and jellies.
  4. High bush blueberries are larger and are usually sold in grocery stores.
  5. The compound that makes this berry blue is called “anthocyanin.” It is also an antioxidant.

Try making these Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Poppers at home, then let us know what you thought in the comment section.

Be sure to join us next Sunday for another Fun With Food recipe.

 

 

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