6 June 2015

Greek yogurt & Fig popsicles (Helados de higos y yogurt griego)








Love posicles  are delicious and easy, I made these some weeks ago  because still I    had some figs and were delicious.
Anyway you can make this recipe with any fruit you like.
(strawberries (in slices) blueberries or raspberries)

Note 
Is true we are in autumn but still I make some popsicles because some days we have really warm days!

Source: Cooking stones






Greek yogurt & Fig popsicles

(8 popsicles)


1 1/2 cups of milk
1/2 cup granulated sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 cups greek yogurt
5 figs thickly sliced
Popsicles molds


Method


First, slice the figs so they are rather thick.

Add the milk and sugar to a medium sauce pan and warm the mixture over a low heat. Just till the sugar is fully dissolved.
Add the vanilla extract and the greek yogurt.

Whisk the mixture until is completely smooth.
 Transfer the mixture to a large measuring cup and let it cool in the refrigerator about 1 hour.

Fill each popsicle mold with 1/3 of the yogurt mixture and insert the popsicle sticks.
Let set in the freezer about 1 hour.
 Divide the sliced figs amongst the molds and fill with the remainig mixture.
Put popsicles in the freezer until solid.
To remove the popsicles, either let them sit out for 5 to 10 minutes until soft enough to pull out or submerge the bottom of the popsicle mold (up to the edge of the top) in room temperature water for 10 seconds, then gently pull to release.





Print recipe here






En español

Paletas de helado de higos y grogurt griego










Me encantan estos tipos de helados, además de fáciles son mucho más sanos que los comprados.
Los hice con unos higos que me quedaban pero se pueden hacer con: kiwis en rodajas, frutos congelados como frambuesas o arándanos y si encuentran higos mejor!!














97 comments:

  1. I wish it's summer time and I can have one of your popsicles; they look awesome!

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    1. We loved these Jasna!
      We are in autumn but we love Ice cream and posicles!
      xo

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  2. I have never made homemade popsicles, I really need to make some. Your popsicles look so yummy. I love how you can see the figs peeking out of the yogurt. Great pictures.

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  3. Thanks Dawn! I love homemade popsicles:)

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  4. I would love to taste that:)

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    1. Thanks Joy!! Try to make is so good!

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  5. Those figs look so beautiful, and it's so great to have them in ice cream, great for a summer treat!

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  6. maybe there it's autumn but here it's almost summer, so they're perfect!

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    1. Yes Laura I know you are almost in summer so is nice for you. Here this autumn has been curious, when we have a sunchine day I see a lot of people eating Ice cream"
      xo

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  7. they look so lovely... love those fig bites in between...

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    1. Thanks Rafee! ALways I was a crazt by figs!

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  8. Thank you Gloria. In Italy is coming the summer and this recipe is more helpful. Kisses!!!

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    1. Yes dearI heard these days were so hot in Rome and others sites:)
      xo

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  9. So very creamy and delicious, Gloria. I love the combo of figs and yoghurt.

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    1. aw ANgie, was funny you and me made opsicles, I love yours!!

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  10. Buonissimoooo Gloria!!!! :P buona domenica!

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    1. Grazie Fede!! Buona domenica per te!!

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  11. vanno benissimo per le giornate calde che abbiamo in questo periodo :)
    Con i fichi sono deliziosi!
    Buona domenica.

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    1. Grazie Daniela, yes I know you has a really hot time just now!
      Un abbraccio!

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  12. That looks really great indeed!

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  13. The berries work for me. Only ever tried a Popsicle once at my sea

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    1. Yes Pat I was thinking in make others for home with raspberries, !
      Make your own popsicle is really easy!!

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  14. Ottimi,con questo caldo poi,complimenti son stupendi!!! :-))
    Baci cara

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    1. Grazie Daiana!! Un abbraccio cara!

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  15. I have never made Popsicles before (or at least not since childhood when I just poured in juice). These sound so good. We are in spring and getting ready for summer- so this is the perfect treat on a hot day. I can't wait to make them. They sound delicious to me and easy!
    ~Jess

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    1. I remember when I was little Jess making popsicles with juice powder!
      They are really easy, only you have to be patience for wait!
      I love made at night and Eat at the following day!
      xo

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  16. Gloria, Greek yogurt and fig popsicles... That's innovative and a bit off the chart! We haven't made popsicles in years but these sound pretty darn interesting! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. David this summer you can try popsicles with Laurie, Im sure your family would love these with any fruit!!

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  17. che delizioso abbinamento Gloria, con questo caldo ne vorrei uno subito :)
    un abbraccio, buona settimana

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  18. adoro i gelati e l'aggiunta dello yogurt li fa ancora più golosi, bellissima ricetta Gloria ! Buona settimana, un abbraccio cara

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  19. Hi Gloria, these look delicious, love figs!!

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  20. Hi Gloria!
    Gosh....they look delicious!
    Is there anything you can't make?
    Enjoy your week...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. I love figs dear!!
      Thanks by coming!!
      xo

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  21. Yummy yummy popsicles.....our favorite.... :)

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  22. What a refreshing, interesting treat! I love how you can see the fig slices... so pretty.

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  23. Oh I do fancy these. I might make the for the children (and for me!). We love nice full fat yogurt in our household. Grazie per la bella ricetta Gloria. Buona settimana x

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    1. I loved this recette Alida and you can make with others fruits like berries!!
      Buona settimana, un abbraccio cara!

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  24. My wife really likes greek yogurt anything

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    1. Adam Im sure she really would like these!!!

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  25. This looks like a great summertime treat! Our fig trees are just starting to produce ripe fruit. Hopefully I can save a few (they are usually picked and consumed immediately) to give this recipe a try.

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    1. Thanks Cali! Tes here happens the same with figs!!
      xo

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  26. We are actually having a rare hot day here in UK today...so these are just ideal!
    Thank you so much, Gloria...:))

    Big Hugs xoxoxo

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    1. Thanks Ygraine, are really easy and delicious, hugs dear!
      xoxo

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  27. Assolutamente da rifare, grazie Gloria!!!!

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  28. What a great idea! They look terrific.

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  29. I still have never tasted a fig! Give me one of those! ha.

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  30. Looks so creamy and delicious! Awesome recipe!

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    1. Thanks Tamara, love this really!!
      xo

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  31. It is finally warm here and your popsicles would make the perfect treat, Gloria! I had a fig cookie this morning and now these popsicles have to be made. Thanks for the recipe! Cheers!

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  32. Dear Gloria, I love fresh figs - they are amongst my very favorite fruits to savor. I have never seen them incorporated in creamy popsicles before - they look like such decadent treats! Just wonderful!
    Andrea

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    1. Andrea really are amazing! Love the popsicles and the kids too!
      I loved figs all my life!! I grow up in a house always have figs are amongst myfavorite fruits, an my uncle Miguel had a figs tree, always I think was amazing!!
      xo

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  33. They are so pretty with the slices of fig showing through! What a great idea for a popsicle.

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    1. Thanks Susan are really easy and delicious!!

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  34. Wonderful idea Gloria! a kiss, Annalisa

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  35. They do look tasty and I like the idea of using strawberries (in slices) blueberries or raspberries too.

    I also sometimes do it this way Coconut Icy Poles - so quick and easy,

    INGREDIENTS:
    coconut milk
    handful of berries
    handful of coconut flakes

    INSTRUCTIONS:
    Put some berries at the bottom of each mould
    Next add a pinch of coconut flakes to each section
    Finally top with the coconut milk (or yoghurt)
    Put in the sticks and freeze until solid

    All the best Jan

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  36. These are the most creatively flavor enhanced popsicles that I have ever seen! Must be simply amazing with the figs Gloria!

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  37. Un'idea fantastica cara Gloria, che bontà sublime!
    Bravissima!
    Un abbraccio e felice settimana!
    Laura<3<3<3

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  38. Hi Gloria,

    This combination of enjoying popsicles looks wonderful. Wonderfully fruity and creamy :D

    Zoe

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  39. Nice popsicles Gloria...I have never had figs in popsicle...great idea...
    Have a wonderful week :)

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  40. The fig popsicles look neat. Gloria. Thanks for sharing.

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  41. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GLORIA DEAR!
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GLORIA DEAR!
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    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GLORIA DEAR!
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GLORIA DEAR!
    I AM NUMBER 1!

    MAY ALL YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE!

    Blue

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    1. Thanks dear Grumpy! In a moment I will publish my birthday post:)))
      Thanks for be a lovely friend:))

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  42. wow seems delicious!!! congrats :))

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  43. cela semble délicieux j'aime beaucoup les figues
    bonne soirée

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  44. Dear Gloria, A delicious and healthy treat! I love figs!! xo Catherine

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  45. What an original recipe. I love fresh figs and I am just starting to see them again.

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