Gluten-free blueberry muesli yogurt pops

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Gluten-free blueberry muesli yogurt pops are the perfect summer snack! Now you can have ice cream for breakfast!

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Gluten-free blueberry muesli yogurt pops
Prep Time15 minsTotal Time15 mins
Ingredients
 400 g Greek style soy yogurt
 2 tbsp to 3 tbsp of maple syrup
 1 pinch vanilla powder
 1 dl strawberries (in pieces)
 1 dl raspberries (in pieces)
 1 dl blueberries
Directions

Mix yogurt, maple syrup, and vanilla together. Separate approx. half of the yogurt and mix the berries in so that the yogurt changes color. Add to popsicle molds taking turns with the two yogurts and blueberry muesli. If you like you can mix it a bit with the popsicle stick and knock on the table to get excess air bubbles out. Put the popsicle sticks in and freeze 4-6 hours (or overnight). Run warm water on top of the mold to get the yogurt pops out easily.

Enjoy as a snack or breakfast - kids and adults will love these! The best start to a summer morning!

Marita Eriksson | My Bliss Ktchn 

Ingredients

 400 g Greek style soy yogurt
 2 tbsp to 3 tbsp of maple syrup
 1 pinch vanilla powder
 1 dl strawberries (in pieces)
 1 dl raspberries (in pieces)
 1 dl blueberries

Directions

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Mix yogurt, maple syrup, and vanilla together. Separate approx. half of the yogurt and mix the berries in so that the yogurt changes color. Add to popsicle molds taking turns with the two yogurts and blueberry muesli. If you like you can mix it a bit with the popsicle stick and knock on the table to get excess air bubbles out. Put the popsicle sticks in and freeze 4-6 hours (or overnight). Run warm water on top of the mold to get the yogurt pops out easily.

Enjoy as a snack or breakfast - kids and adults will love these! The best start to a summer morning!

Gluten-free blueberry muesli yogurt pops

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