Greek Yogurt Pops Recipe and Natural Probiotic

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Greek Yogurt Pops Recipe #NaturalProbiotic

We got snow last week in Western Washington. I know for many of you that is not very exciting. You’ve been dealing with snow for months now. But snow is not as common here in the Puget Sound, and when it does come down, everyone in our household gets pretty excited.

With winter weather, and our family travel lifestyle, health is on the forefront of our minds as parents. Staying healthy in the winter months takes planning and good choices. Thankfully, many of the places we stay have a pool so we can get exercise as a family and still have fun.

Greek Yogurt Pops Recipe #naturalprobiotic

It is important for our family to also eat healthy not just during the winter months but year round. Last summer, we froze some organic strawberries. We like to use them in healthy smoothies and frozen yogurt pops. I eat Greek yogurt daily. You can find great yogurt options (even non-dairy ones) that contain live and active cultures. These healthy probiotics are just what we need in the winter months.

Organic Strawberry Greek Yogurt Pops Recipe

Greek Yogurt Pops Recipe #naturalprobiotic

Ingredients:

  • Strawberry Greek Yogurt
  • Strawberries, diced
  • Chia Seed
  • Flax Seed Meal

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Mix all together, put into frozen pops mold. Freeze until they are set. Usually at least 4 hours. Enjoy!

Greek Yogurt Pops #naturalprobiotic

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In addition to an active family lifestyle and healthy eating, I have been using insync® daily. I want to stay healthy this winter and beyond and insync® is helping me with that goal. By keeping my digestive tract running smoothly (pun intended), I am staying healthy during the season that sickness abounds! {Get your insync probiotic at a Walgreens near you!}

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What have you been doing this winter to stay healthy?

{Only two weeks until Spring is here!}

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Comments

    • LaVonne says

      Snow is nice when it comes sparingly. Thankfully, here in Western Washington we don’t get too much. And yes, those yogurt pops are yummy. They are a hit with the kids!

    • LaVonne says

      I sprinkled about a tablespoon of each into the mix. It really is up to you. I better go back and add that. Thanks for asking!

    • LaVonne says

      We like to sneak Chia seed in anything we can. It is so good for you! Thank you for pinning this. I appreciate it. {I love Pinterest!}

    • LaVonne says

      That’s the kind of recipe ideas I like, Lisa. The ones where I have all the ingredients and can it make it that day. Thank you for stopping by to comment!

    • LaVonne says

      Yes, my six year old like recipes like this because she can easily mix and pour. It is a perfect recipe for young kids! Healthy and tasty too!

  1. says

    I love yogurt pops, but never knew exactly how to make them myself. These look great and I always love my probiotics or making me feel better during the winter months. #client

  2. Jennie Turbeville says

    Thank you for sharing. I’ve been looking for a good way to get some probiotics in my 2 boys! The pops look great and I’m positive they will eat them! So long to the snow for us here in Jersey and I am welcoming summer with open arms!!! Heat and all <3

    • LaVonne says

      My daughter just asked me if we can make them again. I think you’ll see a Patriotic Frozen Yogurt Pop on here pretty soon. She really loved them. Plus, they are so fun and easy to make with kids!

  3. Rosie says

    I haven’t tried making pops with Greek yogurt yet, but I just took two books out of the library for making ice cream. But this is the recipe I want to make asap! and I love how you managed to use Flaxseed meal and chia seeds – wow! cute picture, too.

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