Zoku Pink Lemonade & Greek Yogurt Popsicles.

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I caved!  I admit it.  Every single time I’ve been in Williams Sonoma or Sur la Table I have eyed the Zoku pop maker.  I hate gadgets but this one, I truly believe, I would use… really!  I’m so hyper focused on eating clean and feeding my family better foods, less processed without ingredients I can’t pronounce this fit the bill.  I really don’t like store-bought ice creams or treats and prefer my family eat better.  So this weekend I had a coupon for Williams Sonoma and I opted to purchase a triple Zoku maker.  My youngest has taken over, like a mad scientist, working her magic with different combinations.  She has had a blast with it and of course, healthier ingredients that she can pronounce!  That being the point.  This was her first batch.  I love her creativity and excitement in the kitchen!

Ingredients:

1/2 cup of pink lemonade (I used organic) – amounts will vary depending on how many popsicles you make
1/4 cup of vanilla Greek yogurt (I used vanilla bean Cabot Greek yogurt)
2 tablespoons of whole milk (organic)
Lemon slices (thinly sliced)

Directions:

Place your lemon slices against the wall of each well of the Zoku maker.  Insert your sticks.  Mix the milk and yogurt together to make it a consistency that you can pour.  Then pour your first ingredient into the well.  She started with the lemonade.  Let it freeze for about 3-4 minutes.  Then pour your yogurt and let that freeze again, 3 minutes or so.  Then top it off with additional lemonade.  Let that freeze.  Screw the orange discharge cap onto each individual pop stick and turn until the popsicle releases.  Enjoy!

You can certainly make this with traditional popsicle molds.  You will need to freeze after each ingredient.

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— Knead to Cook

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3 Comments

  1. I’ve never heard of a Zoku before. These look so yummy and healthy I’m going to look into getting one myself. I agree that I’d prefer to make home-made treats for my kids. Yummy idea Robin!

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