12 June 2013

Paletas de yogurt con moras (Yogurt Ice pops with berries)








Love this recipe, I dont know why I love so much blackberries, I bought this in our summer when we travel to the South and are awesome, I freeze them and I remember them when I saw this recipe.
Source : Serge the Concierge (have lovely recipes)










Ingredients

1 lemon (the peel)
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup sugar
1 - 1/2 cups plain greek yogurt style
2 tablespoon of honey
2 cups fresh or frozen blackberries or other berry

Method

Rinse the lemon, then peel it.
(The recipe uses only the peel, so save the lemon for a different use).
Combine the water and sugar in a small saucepan. Cook over nedium heat, stirring always until the mixture comes to a boil and the sugar has dissolved.
Add the lemon peel lower the heat and simmer for 5 minutes.
Let cool to room temperature.
Strain the syrup through a colander and  then refrigerate until chilled.
Add the yogurt and honey to the chilled syrup and stir throughly combined. Put a bit of the yogurt mixture into each of the molds, to a height of about 3/4 inch.
Freeze until the mixture begins to set, about 40 minutes,
If the blackberries are big, cut them in half. Divide the blackberries among the molds, then pour in he remaining yogurt mixture, dividing it evenly among the molds.
Freeze until the pops begining to set (about 1 hour) then inserts the sticks and freeze until solid about 3 to 4  hours.
Before  serving  let to room temperature and desmold carefully.
To unmold moving inside edge of mold gently with a knife that will help to come out better .








EN ESPAÑOL
Paletas de yogurt y moras















70 comments:

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    1. Oh, those are the most beautiful icepops I have ever seen! Wow! Gorgeous!!

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    2. I'm the only one spinning on your globe! haha.

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    3. Yeah, hello Betsy, you know Pat say Itell you LOL

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    4. The berries I will eat and I still say you and Betsy CHEAT! lol

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  2. and are really delicious is a Mexican recipe I find, we ate almost all LOL
    Here was hot today sigh!

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  3. Hi Gloria, love your ice pops with those beautiful berries...looks delicious!

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  4. Wow, looks so cooling good! Love it! Adding berries makes it even more yum! I've made some ice pops too! Will post that soon!

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  5. Que lindos se ven! el plato enlozado es de familia? me encanto la foto.

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    1. gracias Pilar, tú dices el blanco con azul? no lo encontré en algunparte y me encantó porque tengo unas ollitas parecidas, siempre miro las ofertas de loza:)

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  6. Che bellissima idea questi gelati allo yogurt :) Golosi golosi :D! Un abbraccio, buona giornata

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  7. Looks so pretty, and so refreshing!!
    Yum!!
    xo Kris

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  8. Heavenly! Blackberries are divine.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  9. Che bella idea!!! Adoro le more e con lo yogurt le trovo perfette! :-)

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  10. These berry yogurt ice look divine!

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  11. Wow love your yoghurt berry ice pops.

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  12. These look so awesome Gloria, can I please have one? :-)

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  13. These pops are a great idea!
    Un beso

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  14. these look wonderful and healthy too.

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  15. oo oo oo i want one i want one...its so hot...ha...
    and mmm berries!!!!!!! making them this weekend
    the boys will love them...

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    1. Yes Brian the kids love Ice pops and these are really easy only desmold carefully:)
      Here the kids loved them!
      (and me too)
      xo

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    2. cool...we are at my father in laws house so all the neices and nephew are here...got the stuff today...will let you know how they go...

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    3. Hope you enjoy Brian and T and the kids!

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  16. Oh wow these look extra delicious!

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  17. this is really gluttonous!

    italiancookingholiday.blogspot.it

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  18. These are a perfect summer treat! And, blackberries just came into season here.

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  19. Con lo que nos gustan las moras...nos van a encantar!! estoy deseando probarlos. Besos

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    1. Adoro las moras no se porque quizas porque son los primero berries que probe desoues vinieron las franbuesas y los arandanos te gustara este helado!

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  20. AMIGA! PERO CON ESTE FRÍO NO PUEDO, AUNQUE SE VEN EXQUISITOS, GUARDARÉ LA IDEA PARA EL VERANO, LAS FOTOS TE QUEDARON IMPECABLES. BESITOS

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    1. La verdad Pame es que.muchas veces hago helados en todo caso awui a veces aun hace mucho calor!

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  21. Really lovely Gloria! we love blackberries and love that you use yogurt here!
    Mary x

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  22. Thanks Mary I love this Ice cream too!

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  23. These are so pretty and sound delicious!

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  24. I hope you have a wonderful day!

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  25. its Summer written all over those yummy popsicles :D

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  26. Oh yum! A refreshing & berrilicious summer treat! ;)

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  27. What a great use of greek yogurt! I've never seen ice pops like 'em!

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  28. Me fascinan las paletas, para mi son imprescindibles!!

    Mil besos.

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    1. Gracias Mayte, ami me gustan tambien!

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  29. Yum, this looks refreshing and delicious.

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  30. This must be my new all-time favorite... Dear Lord, don't they look delicious? Yum yum!

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    1. and they have some blue berries :)

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    2. Just don't put them in the fridge! ;)

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  31. Thanks Blue and thanks Dezzy I will make soon a cake that we can celebrate Blue:)

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  32. These icy poles look scrumptious Gloria, and so pretty.

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