When summer comes around and my daughter is out of school, I'm always looking for projects to keep her busy and healthy recipes to keep her fed. One day last summer she inspired me while playing with popsicle sticks and eating a snack of fruit and yogurt. Instantly, this recipe was born and it was a hit. Best thing is, at four-years-old she can make this recipe all by herself with little help from me. To stimulate her mind and to boost her creativity, I sometimes give her an assortment of fruits and toppings. These Frozen Yogurt Covered Strawberry Pops are perfect to keep kids of all ages busy while learning healthy snacks can be fun as well as delicious.
Get creative and use other toppings such as coconut, pistachios, or mini chocolate chips!
makes 12 pops
In a bowl, stir to combine yogurt and honey.
Insert sticks into the top part of the strawberry while being careful not to pierce completely through.
Using a spoon, cover the strawberry with the yogurt honey mixture.
Sprinkle the sprinkles onto the yogurt. Place the strawberry pops on a baking sheet covered with wax paper.
Place the baking sheet in the freezer and freeze for 1 to 2 hours or until the yogurt is frozen. Once frozen remove from the wax paper and serve.