Beat the Heat with Chocolate Raspberry Greek Yogurt Pops!

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Chocolate Raspberry Greek Yogurt Pops  - Get the recipe at https://heidipowell.net/2385
While we’re used to “the summer heat” in Arizona, today we’re expecting a heatwave that is extra hot, even for us! Thermometers are supposed to be reaching upwards of 120*F! Crazy hot! So there is nothing better to help cool off than a delicious, healthy yogurt pop!

This tasty frozen summer treat is full of flavor that your kids will gobble up. It’s even free of table sugar. And to top it off, they?ll get a protein punch and plenty of antioxidants without a fight. Stay cool, stay hydrated, and enjoy!

Chocolate Raspberry Greek Yogurt Pops
Makes 10 pops

What you?ll need:

2 cups fresh raspberries
2 cups plain, unsweetened Greek yogurt
4-5 (1g) packets Stevia
? cup mini semi-sweet chocolate chips
10 3oz freezer-pop molds

How to make them:

1. In a food processor, puree raspberries, Greek yogurt, and Stevia (adjust Stevia based on sweetness of berries).
2. Fill freezer-pop molds with raspberry puree, leaving one inch of space from the top.
3. Evenly divide and stir in mini chocolate chips, stirring out air pockets at the same time.
4. Insert sticks and freeze for about 6 hours or until pops are totally firm.
5. Dip molds in hot water, quickly, before unmolding.
6. Enjoy!!

What is in them:

For one pop, 96 calories, 3.4 g fat, 12 g carbohydrate, 5.1 g protein

30 Responses

  1. wow they look fantastic ๐Ÿ™‚ I would just like to know what is the difference between normal yogurt and Greek yogurt ๐Ÿ™‚ #babypowell

  2. What a great idea. of course I am finding these ideas at the end of summer..lol I can still make these. I will have to try them.

  3. This is an awesome recipe Heidi. I’ve made them every week all summer with all different fruits. My fam fav so far was mango/pineapple/greek yogurt with a touch of local raw honey and a teensy bit of vanilla extract!

  4. I’ll have to try this and share with my mom! I wouldn’t think it would be a problem, but could white chocolate be substituted in? Does that make it less healthy?

  5. Thank you a bunch for sharing this with all people you really
    know what you are speaking approximately!
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  6. This is an awesome recipe!! I tried it with strawberries and it worked great!! YUM!!!
    Thanks Heidi!!!!!

  7. These sound like a healthy snack that would be great to beat the heat in MS! I plan to make these treats very soon. My daughter will love them!

  8. These sound amazing! I was just trying to figure out healthy sweet treats and I can’t wait to try these. I’m hoping it will be something the entire family loves.

  9. These sound fabulous! I am on the journey to loose over 100 lbs. You and your husband inspire me. This is a great website. Thanks for all you do to help others!! I would love to get a copy of Chris’s new book to help me on my journey!–Niki R

  10. I’m wanting to get my family eating healthier so hot summer treats are a must but want to have healthy options!

  11. I love the healthy recipes! I have a big sweet tooth. The recipes help satisfy that in a healthy way.

  12. These Greek yogurt pops look great. I have been looking for a refreshing, guilt free treat for the summer and these will definitely fit the bill! I like the fact that they use Greek yogurt too since there is a definite benefit of more protein!
    I would love to see some gluten free recipes on your website. Thank you!
    Tammy M.

  13. This one looks really good. I am just starting this whole weight lose thing & need as much help as possible.. Thanks for considering me.

  14. These were a big hit at my house! Although, I used strawberries instead of raspberries. I also omitted the chocolate chips so I could have a “sweet treat” without actually cheating on my Hi-carb days!

  15. Due to extensive food sensitivities (including all berries and most fruits), I made these with peaches (frozen – the freshest way I can get them since I don’t have a tree). The peaches were sweet enough so I didn’t need Stevia and I didn’t have chocolate chips in the house, so I skipped those to. They were still amazing!

    Next time I think I’ll try Mango!

    Because of my sensitivities and allergies, it’s not often I get to have a ‘treat.’ Thank you! Thank you so much for a recipe I can easily adjust to fit my dietary restrictions!

  16. Only 3pts on weight watchers.
    Made with FAGE 0% Greek yogurt and frozen raspberries.
    YUMMY ! THANKS

  17. Heidi, love your website. Thanks for sharing all your mommy/womanly/pregnancy health and fitness tricks ๐Ÿ™‚

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