Patriotic Pops 2.0

Patriotic Pop

Patriotic Pop

 

Patriotic Pop

Patriotic Pop

Patriotic Pops make a healthy fun 4th of July treat! #healthykids #FitFluential #SweatPink Click To Tweet
Patriotic Pop

Patriotic Pop

 

The 4th of July is coming up this weekend and if you still are still looking for a treat to enjoy while watching the fireworks I have one for you that your kids, and you, will enjoy…Patriotic Pops! Of course you really don’t need a reason to enjoy these popsicles and they are perfect all summer long as they are a delicious frozen treat when it is hot out. Creamy and delicious yogurt popsicles with marshmallows and sprinkles. For an extra special bang we added marshmallow fluff and more sprinkles! Standard popsicle molds work best for these popsicles as it gives the marshmallows time to soak up a little moisture and instead of being hard they are gooey like the marshmallows in Rocky Road Ice Cream or your other favorite marshmallows ice cream flavors. We picked marshmallows because they scream summer and they are white. Yogurt, also white, makes them creamy and is a healthy option. Making these for the girls I used one of the girls favorites, Stonyfield Organic Vanilla. It also works great with it’s thinner texture. For mine I like to use So Delicious coconut milk yogurt. If using a thicker greek yogurt you will want to thin it a little. Just use your favorite vanilla yogurt. Marshmallow Fluff is dairy free but does include egg white, for those with allergies. White chocolate is also an option if you want to add the extra embellishments. If you are looking for a patriotic pop without so much flare check out the Patrotic Pops we posted a couple  years ago.

Do you have any favorite eats for the 4th of July or food traditions?

 

Patriotic Pops 2.0
Makes 6 popsicles
2c yogurt, if using a thicker yogurt like greek you will want a little milk to thin it out (used Stonyfield Organic Vanilla)
1c mini marshmallows
1/4-1/2c sprinkles

For optional embellishments you will need 1 cup marshmallow fluff (used) or melted white chocolate and an additional 1/4 cup sprinkles.

 

Pour yogurt into popsicle molds adding in marshmallows and sprinkles as you fill them. Another great way is to put a fill a quarter of the way with marshmallows and pour in yogurt to just above them and than put a layer of sprinkles. You can make them as desired however you don’t want to stir the sprinkles in before as they can bleed, especially the little ball sprinkles, into the yogurt and turn your popsicles colored. Freeze per popsicle instructions, our standard Zoku molds took about 6 hours. If adding embellishments and using white chocolate you will want to melt and let cool slightly, we used marshmallow fluff. Remove popsicles and if adding embellishments spread marshmallow fluff on the popsicle or dip into chocolate and sprinkle with sprinkles. Enjoy!
Ooh, ahh...Patriotic Pops! #healthykids @Stonyfield @ZokuHQ Click To Tweet

Patriotic Pop

Patriotic Pop

 

Patriotic Pop

Patriotic Pop

 

Linking up with fellow bloggers for Meatless Monday! Click the link below to find more delicious Meatless Monday creations, and trust me there are some good ones this week!

 

 

19 Responses to Patriotic Pops 2.0

  1. Emilie says:

    Soooo pretty 🙂
    Emilie recently posted…Homemade Ice-TeaMy Profile

  2. Annmarie says:

    Great idea for a sweet treat on the fourth!!! 🙂
    Annmarie recently posted…Meatless Monday: Deconstructed Veggie Sushi BowlMy Profile

  3. Katie says:

    These look so cute! And the perfect treat for the holiday! It would be fun to make it with blueberries to add some more flavor and color!

    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Thank you Katie! Yes I have made others with strawberries and blueberries which are delicious!

  4. you know i’m a sucker for sprinkles!! these look amazing any day of the year!!!!
    Linz @ Itz Linz recently posted…What’s in the Ava Anderson Non Toxic Business Kit?My Profile

  5. Sprinkles…that’s all I need to see 😉
    Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine recently posted…Funfetti Celebration DoughnutsMy Profile

  6. Tina muir says:

    I LOVE IT! Of course I do, its your recipe! These look amazing, and yes, very patriotic! LOVE that you used yogurt too! These look amazing!
    Tina muir recently posted…Meatless Monday- Raspberry Brie Pita PizzaMy Profile

  7. How cute are these pops, and they are so easy and healthy!! Horray for something cold to celebrate this weekend!
    Sam @ PancakeWarriors recently posted…Breakfast ParfaitMy Profile

    • awhiskandtwowands says:

      Thank you! Yes quick, easy, and healthy (because a couple marshmallows and sprinkles aren’t going to hurt)!

  8. awhiskandtwowands says:

    Thank you! Yes especially if it is as hot as it has been!

  9. These are so crazy cute!!!!! I totally want them for the 4th of July!
    Thanks for linking up with Meatless Monday. Pinned!
    Julie @ Running in a Skirt recently posted…June 2015 Top 5 Posts & Life UpdatesMy Profile

  10. Akaleistar says:

    That looks yummy!
    Akaleistar recently posted…4th of July StyleMy Profile

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

CommentLuv badge