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This is my recipe for Marbled Apple Pineapple Ice Pops and was made possible by Dole® Packaged Foods and #WeAllGrow Latina Network. Thanks! As always my opinions, comments, and love for ice pops are my own.
Today’s recipe is the easiest, truly. You won’t believe just how easy. It needs just two ingredients and a few minutes.
Since I’m a mom to two busy boys, I’m always trying to think of new creations to offer them for their afternoon or evening snacks. These ice pops were born out of the necessity to have something quick to make, nutritious, and, of course, that they would enjoy. But they were also inspired by wonderful memories of the ice pops I enjoyed as a child.
One of the best things about ice pops is you can create them out of any flavor and use all kinds of different ingredients. For these marbled ice pops I used apple pineapple Fruitocracy™ pouches from Dole® Package Foods. My boys like them and find them convenient at lunch or as a snack in the car when they get hungry, so I always have boxes of them with different flavors in my pantry. I like them because I use them to make delicious recipes like these apple strawberry multigrain breakfast muffins and to make these ice pops I’m sharing with you today.
Marbled Apple Pineapple Ice Pops
4-5 ice pops, depending on your mold size
Prep time: 3 minutes
Process time: 10 minutes
Freezing time: Overnight
- One 4 pouch box of Dole® Fruitocracy™ Apple-Pineapple
- 6 Tablespoons vanilla yogurt
You will also need ice pop molds.
Empty the contents of one of the 4 pouches into a bowl. Gently drizzle 1 and 1/2 tablespoons of yogurt on top of the apple pineapple, but be careful not to mix it in.
Carefully fill the molds one teaspoon at a time with the contents of the bowl. The marble will start forming as you gently spoon the contents in, being careful not to mix them. Continue until you have finished all four pouches. Remember to drizzle yogurt on top each time in the same way. For me, I ended with 5 1/2 ice pops, so I simply added a bit more yogurt to the last to end with 6 in all.
Add your ice pop sticks and freeze overnight.
To remove the ice pops from the molds, place them in a bowl of warm water for a few seconds being careful not to get the stick end wet.
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