This post is sponsored by ©Knudsen & Sons, Inc., all opinions are my own.
We love making our own homemade popsicles in the summertime and have experimented with our recipe enough to have found our favorite. Keep on reading for our favorite, 3 ingredient popsicle recipe that is super easy to make. It involves blueberries, greek yogurt and our favorite juice – RW Knudsen®Pomegranate Juice. The flavor combination is amazing with the tartness of the pomegranate juice and the sweetness of the blueberries.
RW Knudsen prides themselves on their all natural ingredients. Their juices are 100% juice and better for you. They use all natural ingredients, no preservatives, no artificial sweeteners and this juice is non-GMO project verified. I love a company that cares about providing quality “Just That Simple” juice since 1961! Now go make a batch of these popsicles and enjoy them by the pool!
1 1/2 cup RW Knudsen Pomegranate Juice
2 cups blueberries
1 cup greek yogurt
Step 1: Head to your local Walmart to pick up the ingredients. You can try this recipe with other RW Knudsen Juice flavors. We also love their tart cherry juice! You can mix and match juices and fresh fruit for unique popsicle flavors.
Step 2: Blend the blueberries, greek yogurt and pomegranate juice together in a blender on the “smoothie setting”.
Step 3: Pour the mixture evenly into the popsicle mold cavities. Place the lid and popsicle sticks inside the mold, making sure the sticks are straight.
Step 4: Allow popsicles to fully freeze for at least 4-6 hours or overnight.
Step 5: Remove the popsicles from the mold and enjoy!
Grab a bottle of RW Knudsen Pomegranate Juice to make these popsicles! What’s your favorite summer recipe?
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