- 1 cup greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup milk
- 2 teaspoons honey
- 1/2 cup granola
- 1 cup berries (/chopped Fruits)
|Calories90Calories from Fat35|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat35|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Hertel a year ago
Very tasty and easy to prepare!
Sabrina Vernon a year ago
quick, easy and taste great
tim a year ago
Easy and Delicious! Will make often throughout the summer.
Ruata a year ago
amazing amazing amazing
Shelly a year ago
Great I recommend using vanilla flavored yogurt or else it’s too tart
JameyandMargie Ervin a year ago
omg this is the best. my kids loved making and eating them!!!!!!
Madie Ramirez a year ago
It turned out great daughter loved them! And the mixture is even good unfrozen too!
Sayonara! a year ago
It was good but do it when you're free
Annika a year ago
Very tasty! For berries I cut strawberries really small, and it turned out really well.
Jedi Knight 2 years ago
Good. I wouldn’t make it again, for the freezing didn’t add anything to the classic combination of food
Paloma 2 years ago
These popsicles were a breakfast worth getting up for. However, I would have blended the fruit in with the Greek yogurt honey mix. Although it was pretty to have the chunks of fruit on the creamy white mixture, I didn't like the chunks of frozen berries- they are too cold for your teeth and the berries don't taste as good when frozen, in my opinion. I would make these again.
Kali Everson 2 years ago
Amazing and easy. Def gonna make again
Brittney Teague 2 years ago
This was a quick, easy and healthy recipe. I eat them at night. Added cinnamon to mine. Would make again
Sarah M. 2 years ago
Yummly Would totally make it again
Carli H. 3 years ago
Great! So easy. I doubled the recipe and used plain yogurt and 2tbsp honey- yum! I would def make this again!