Smooth and creamy popsicles with a tasty tang from the yogurt, a resounding richness from the cream cheese and a fantastic fruity hit from the raspberries. (Yay for alliteration!) These raspberry cheesecake popsicles are the perfect dessert or snack to enjoy on a warm, sunny afternoon. They’re also secretly healthy so you can treat yourself to a frozen delight without feeling bad in the slightest!
Sweet, creamy and tangy cheesecake pops with a subtle lemon twist and a generous dollop of buttery lemon curd at the top. Why settle for ordinary lemon cheesecake when there is such a thing as healthy lemon cheesecake popsicles in the world?!
Let me introduce you to your new favourite summer snack. Teeny tiny frozen banana bites topped with a smooth and buttery healthy caramel and rich and nutty peanut butter, all coated with a generous spoonful of drool-inducing dark chocolate and crushed peanuts because they look way more professional and fancy that way than without.
Popsicles for breakfast on a healthy eating blog? That’s right! Although it might sound like a really unhealthy thing to have for breakfast, these breakfast popsicles are really nutritious and good for you! Loaded with protein-packed Greek yogurt, wholesome fiber-filled granola and oodles of anti-oxidants from the mixture of berries, these breakfast popsicles will keep you going until lunchtime and will satisfy all you foodies who have a sweet tooth first thing in the morning.
Where do you stand when it comes to frozen yogurt vs ice cream? I’m strongly on the side of Team Fro-Yo. It’s low in fat, full in fibre, wonderfully creamy (as long as it’s made right) and has that awesome tang that you only ever get with frozen yogurt. The only downside to homemade frozen yogurt is that it can end up really icy and more like frozen water – not frozen yogurt.