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Peachy raspberry coconut pops

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Difficulty
Low
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Time
0 min
&
Author
lorem ipsum

Ingredients

Servings:
Makes: 6

175 grams frozen raspberries
165 grams frozen peach slices, chunks
45 grams sugar, or coconut palm sugar
30 ml water
420 grams Greek yoghurt
20 grams coconut, shredded


Instructions

STEP 1/5

In a small bowl, mix the yogurt with half the sugar until well combined and set aside.

STEP 2/5

In the blender jug add the raspberries, half the remaining sugar, and half of the water. Secure the lid. And turn the machine on. Select the chop program and turn the iTextureControl dial to coarse. Remove the lid plug and place the tamper into the opening and tamp all the ingredients to combine the contents evenly. Pour out the raspberry mixture into a bowl and set aside.

STEP 3/5

Wash out the jug and repeat step 2 with the peaches. Set aside in another bowl.

STEP 4/5

Prepare the popsicle molds by spooning each with yogurt, peaches and raspberry purée in any order you desire, layering the fillings. Sprinkle some shredded coconut between the layers. Place a few raspberries on top, and leave a little space for the popsicles to expand while freezing.

STEP 5/5

Insert the popsicle sticks and freeze for at least 2 hours before serving.


You can replace the sugar with a different healthy sugar substitute like raw honey or agave syrup, if desired.
This recipe was prepared with Braun's PowerBlend 9 (JB 9040).
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  3. Peachy raspberry coconut pops

Peachy raspberry coconut pops

Ȑ
Difficulty
Low
ȑ
Time
0 min
&
Author
lorem ipsum
Servings:
Makes:6

Ingredients


175 grams frozen raspberries
165 grams frozen peach slices, chunks
45 grams sugar, or coconut palm sugar
30 ml water
420 grams Greek yoghurt
20 grams coconut, shredded

Instructions

STEP 1/5

In a small bowl, mix the yogurt with half the sugar until well combined and set aside.

STEP 2/5

In the blender jug add the raspberries, half the remaining sugar, and half of the water. Secure the lid. And turn the machine on. Select the chop program and turn the iTextureControl dial to coarse. Remove the lid plug and place the tamper into the opening and tamp all the ingredients to combine the contents evenly. Pour out the raspberry mixture into a bowl and set aside.

STEP 3/5

Wash out the jug and repeat step 2 with the peaches. Set aside in another bowl.

STEP 4/5

Prepare the popsicle molds by spooning each with yogurt, peaches and raspberry purée in any order you desire, layering the fillings. Sprinkle some shredded coconut between the layers. Place a few raspberries on top, and leave a little space for the popsicles to expand while freezing.

STEP 5/5

Insert the popsicle sticks and freeze for at least 2 hours before serving.

Notes

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