3-ingredient blueberry banana yogurt pops are the perfect treat to have in the freezer. They’re great as an anytime treat, but they’re perfect as a morning breakfast on the go or as the ideal late night snack, too!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post on behalf of Stonyfield and prAna. I am proud to be a part of the Clean Plate Club by Stonyfield, and opinions are 100% my own.
Recently, I paired up with Stonyfield and prAna to share a post of what makes my summer refreshing and this is it! Inspired by the dark, organic denim of their Kara Jeans, I knew I wanted to recreate that same color in my recipe. But recreating colors in recipes is tough if you do it on your own, thus I let Mother Nature give me the darkest, most vibrant blues she could muster: BLUEBERRIES!
And with this 3-ingredient blueberry banana yogurt pop recipe, it couldn’t be easier. Grab a quart container of Stonyfield Banilla Low Fat yogurt and swirl it with mashed blueberries lightly sweetened with honey (or maple syrup, agave, or cane sugar) and freeze. These are SO delicious, so simple, and so refreshing.
You might be wondering about how prAna plays into this recipe?
Well, during the summer, I tend to wear pants – yes, call me crazy but I just feel comfortable wearing jeans all year long! Sure, I’ll wear a summer dress here and there, but ever since prAna sent me a pair of these jeans, my summer has gotten 100 times better! They’re slim fitting, with a soft stretch denim that’s so delicious to wear! They “create versatile, stylish, and sustainable clothing and accessories that you can wear during every activity, every adventure, every day.” And that’s a statement I can stand behind. So thanks to the generous folks at prAna, we’re giving away a pair of the exact same jeans I am loving. Go forth and enter below!
Make a batch of these 3-ingredient pops as soon as possible!
Happy summer friends!
- 1 cup fresh blueberries
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 2 cups Stonyfield Smooth & Creamy Banilla yogurt
- In a small bowl, mash the blueberries with a fork and add honey.
- In a separate bowl, have the yogurt and spoon the blueberry mash, softly swirling it to keep the colors a bit separate (visually will look prettier!)
- Spoon or pour into pop molds and freeze overnight.