Three Ingredient Orange Honey Greek Yogurt Pops

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Like with every pregnancy, I’m craving lots of citrus.  And I just can’t seem to eat enough oranges!  I’m also hot all of the time.  I know, I’m only 17 weeks and it’s not even summer yet.  Brett came home to the air conditioner blasting the other day and told me I was crazy.  I warned him it could be an expensive summer;)

I’ve never been in my last trimester during the summer so  I am a little fearful of being so hot and swelling up like a blowfish!  My plan is to spend a lot of time in the water (like a beached whale) and stay cool with lots of ice cream and popsicles!  

Like these Orange Honey Greek Yogurt Pops!  I made these three ingredient frozen treats yesterday and the kiddos and I loved them.  

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To make these, all you need is vanilla Greek yogurt, an orange, and honey!! (You use a little bit of the zest from the orange too but since it’s part of the orange we aren’t calling it it’s own ingredient, mmmkay?) Blend everything in a blender, pour the mixture into popsicle molds and let them freeze.  That’s it! 

It’s cool and creamy and very citrusy, just what this pregnant lady’s been craving! 

Orange Honey Greek Yogurt Pops
just three simple ingredients in these cool and creamy Orange Honey Greek Yogurt Pops! Perfect for spring and summer!
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Ingredients
  1. 1 1/3 cup vanilla greek yogurt
  2. 1 medium orange, peeled and sectioned
  3. 1 tbsp honey
  4. 1 tsp orange zest (optional)
Instructions
  1. Place everything in a blender and blend until creamy. Pour into four push pop or popsicle molds and place in the freezer until frozen.
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Comments

  1. Janet says

    I do not have molds but I will try to freeze mine in Dixie cups(the bathroom size)

    I was hot in March and wearing shorts when I was pregnant with my daughter. I guess it goes with the territory!

    Thanks for the recipe. They sound delightful for a hot NY summer.

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