It's the last few days of summer vacation for us, and we're determined to squeeze out every fun moment we have! Including celebrating the every day with family and friends.
'Round here we need no special excuse for a party ;)
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That's where this refreshing and colorful ombré popsicle (not to mention sugar-free!) is ideal - It's super easy to make, looks super FUN and seasonal, and tastes delicious!
To make it a sugar-free, I used Truvia® Natural Sweetener; which is zero-calorie. It's my go-to sweetener when I'm trying to reduce the sugar in my diet, and I have been using Truvia® Spoonable jar for all my sweet recipes this summer.
You can grab your own Truvia® Natural Sweetener free sample to try for yourself here.
This super refreshing raspberry popsicle is all so creamy and feels really indulgent, despite being sugar-free!
It's great for any summer party and was a hit with the family!
I'm now thinking they also make the perfect back to school snack too :)
Raspberry & Yogurt Layered Ombré Popsicle RecipeIngredients: serves 6-8 depending on your popsicle mold size
* 250 g or 9oz of raspberries* 50 ml water* 375g or 13oz of vanilla yogurt* Truvia® Natural Sweetener
First let's get the prep. done:
1) Blend raspberries with water until smooth. Sieve and keep the juice.Sweeten with 6 teaspoons of Truvia® Natural Sweetener. It may seem too sweet at first, but frozen desserts tend to lose their sweetness once frozen, so you need to over compensate.
2) Take two thirds of the raspberry mixture and place in another bowl. Add 4 tablespoonsof yogurt and mix with a spoon to achieve a pale pink color. Sweeten with 6 teaspoons of Truvia® Natural Sweetener.
3) Place the remaining yogurt in separate bowl and sweeten with 6 teaspoons of Truvia® Natural Sweetener.
Now you should have 3 yummy layers for your ombré popsicles.
Now for the assembly of the popsicles:
4) Add 1 layer of the dark raspberry puree into each popsicle mold (about 1 tablespoon). Place in freezer until nearly frozen or slushy.
5) Add the pale pink raspberry layer on top (about 2 tablespoons), and insert the popsicle stick into the center of each mold. Place back in the freezer until completely frozen.
6) Add the yogurt layer last, and place the molds back in the freezer until frozen and ready to serve.
Just before serving, run your popsicles under warm water to release from mold. Serve them as is or in individual shot glasses. SO pretty and perfectly practical for parties! :)
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