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5-Ingredient Berry & Granola Frozen Yoghurt Lollies


by Meg Walker
16th Jul 2017
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Berry and Granola Frozen Yoghurt Lollies

Granola, berries and Greek yoghurt in a lolly? Oh yes. You can thank me later for this one, because it will be very popular with kids and adults alike. You can switch up what you put into them – try grated apple or a natural fruit yoghurt, if you fancy. These feel like a treat, but they’re actually a healthy breakfast.

Ingredients
4 tbsp mixed frozen berries
4 tbsp granola
2 tbsp honey
4 tbsp Greek yoghurt
2 tbsp melted dark chocolate, optional

Equipment
4 ice lolly moulds and sticks

Method
Remove the berries from the freezer and allow to thaw slightly.

Mix together the granola and honey and press into the bottom of the ice lolly moulds.

Add a tbsp of frozen berries and press down, then spoon over the Greek yoghurt to fill the mould.

Insert the lolly sticks and freeze for 3-4 hours or overnight.

If you want to make them that bit more decadent, dip the lollies in melted chocolate and freeze again before serving.

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Extracted from Milly’s Real Food by Nicola ?Milly? Millbank (HQ, HarperCollins, approx €23)

 

 

 

 

 

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