With the summer season continuing in Munich, and the lure of gelato growing stronger after a recent trip to Italy, I decided it was time to again take matters into my own hands!
So I made some super simple frozen yoghurt lollies. For those of you wondering what a lolly is (or the Australians who are now imagining some kind of Chupa Chup candy stick), it’s a popsicle!
I’m not kidding when I say super simple!
I’d found some silicon lolly moulds in the supermarket which was my inspiration.
I decided to make two different types to assess which was better of the two SUPERGOODFRUITS products to use…freeze dried bilberries or powdered blackberries.
If you’re not familiar with SUPERGOODFRUITS or their products, have a look on this blog post.
So, back to the recipe…
Take some (low fat) Greek yoghurt, mix with some agave syrup (or honey if you prefer) and add a generous helping of your chosen flavour.
Look how gorgeous that wild blackberry powder is.
Even more gorgeous when you remember that its 100% pure organic fruit.
Blackberries are also one of the fruits with the highest antioxidant levels, helping to fight cancer and free-radicals. They are also full of nutrients and vitamins C, K, E and manganese.
The pink mixture is the freeze dried bilberries, with a raspberry ripple look.
The purple one is the blackberry powder.
Then just put into your moulds and put in the freezer for a few hours.
I left mine overnight and ta-dah…
Leave for a few minutes for the outside to melt slightly, letting you push out the lolly and tuck in!
Both were very tasty, but I liked the added texture of the bilberries with the more visible fruit pieces.
- 3 pots Total 0% yoghurt
- 2-3 tablespoons Agave syrup / honey
- Generous sprinkling of SUPERGOODFRUITS flavour
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