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Frozen-Yogurt Lollipops / 4 ingredients, sugar-fat-free!

vegan frozen yogurt lollypops - gluten free, sugar free, fat free!! By itsaplantbasedlife.com

Guys, this is SO healthy, you could actually have them for breakfast! Its also for those hot summer nights when you want something sweet & refreshing, but don’t really want sugar nor do you want alot of calories nor fat. Yeah its pretty much for any time! Its also great if you want to give your kids something sweet but want it to be a healthy treat. You can “hide” alot of superfood goodies in there too and they wont even notice, like i did with the turmeric (I wanted to give the banana flavoured lollies a yellow colour but of course didnt want to use artificial colouring – for obvious reasons). You can get creative with flavours and swap the fruit around to suit your likes! The granola is also optional but its in there to achieve a good balance of textures – smooth, crunchy, softy. I think that balancing textures in any food, is just as important as balancing flavours.. But i wont get into that now because that’s not the topic soooo yeah, these take two minutes, they’re inexpensive and they’re calling your name

vegan frozen yogurt lollypops - gluten free, sugar free, fat free!! By itsaplantbasedlife.com

Fruity frozen yogurt lollies

vegan frozen yogurt lollypops - gluten free, sugar free, fat free!! By itsaplantbasedlife.com If you dont like turmeric, omit it. Adjust the sweetness with maple syrup according to how sweet you like things! If you want this gluten free, just add gluten free oats instead of granola

Ingredients

Banana flavour

  • 1 large or 2 small bananas (sparing a few slices)
  • 250 g (or 2 small pots) PLAIN plant-based yoghurt *
  • 4 tbsp. plant-based milk
  • 1/2 tsp. turmeric (optional)
  • 1 tbsp. maple syrup (optional, according to your taste)
  • 2 tbsp. granola

Blueberry flavour

  • 250 g (or 2 small pots) Blueberry dairy-free yoghurt
  • 2 tbsp. blueberries (frozen or not)
  • 4 tbsp. plant-based milk
  • 1/2 tbsp. chia seeds
  • 2 tbsp. granola

* I used Alpro Soya Yoghurts

    Instructions

    Banana flavour

    1. Add the banana (saving a few slices), yoghurt, milk and turmeric in a blender. Taste. If you think it needs to be sweeter, add maple syrup (i thought it was sweet enough) and blend again
    2. Line the bottom of your mould with half a tbsp of granola, and top with the yoghurt mixture until half way. Then add a couple of slices of banana, a sprinkle of granola, and enough yoghurt till the top of the mould.
    3. Freeze overnight or for 4.5 hours. Run a little warm water over the moulds in order to release them when you want to eat them

    Blueberry flavour

    1. Add blueberry yoghurt, milk and chia seeds to a blender until mixed together.
    2. Line the bottom of your mould with half a tbsp of granola and top with yoghurt mixture until half way. Then add a few blueberries, a sprinkle of granola and then fill with yoghurt mix until you get to the top of the mould.
    3. Freeze overnight or for 4.5 hours. Run a little warm water over the moulds in order to release them when you want to eat them
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