Photo: Sang An
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Makes 6 servings

Reap the benefits of both dairy and blueberries with these 3-ingredient, low-calorie frozen pops. Yogurt and milk offer calcium and vitamin D while blueberries are high in antioxidants and phytonutrients.

How to Make It

Drain the can of blueberries, reserving the juice. Set aside 1/3 cup of the blueberries. Puree the remaining berries and 1 tablespoon juice in a blender. Fold in the reserved berries. In a small bowl, whisk the yogurt with the milk. In pop molds or 3-ounce paper cups, alternate 2 rounded tablespoons of the yogurt mixture with 1 tablespoon of the blueberry mixture. Swirl with a knife. Cover and freeze.

Ratings & Reviews

When do you add back the reserved juice?

dianebley
April 18, 2016
this recipe looks good but I haven't made it. I'm copying the rating to try not to effect the average. I wish there was a question section.

Nice flavor & concept

lacoleilese
June 30, 2015
Nice flavor & concept! It was a bit icy for my taste, but churning in a ice-cream maker my help that. I'll try that next time

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HollyC
October 23, 2013
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ajvinande
May 08, 2013
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bahibektoi
August 05, 2012
I made these in paper cups with Chobani lemon yogurt and they are really good. The yogurt adds just enough tartness to cut the sweetness of the blueberries. Very yummy!!!

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Yulibbk
August 10, 2009
Very refreshing! Used a mixture of frozen berries (defrosted and crushed with a fork to avoid having to wash the blender), and it was nice and healthy!

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ahollowglow
July 18, 2009
This not only sounds yummy but looks so pretty as well. :o)