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granola parfait pops

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1. If substituting strawberries, peaches or other larger fruit for the raspberries, coarsely chop enough to measure 1 cup.

2. While you could just drop the fresh fruit right into the popsicle molds, it will freeze up rock hard – making the pops less pleasant to eat. The quick-cook method used here takes just a few minutes, and makes all the difference.

3. Coating the granola with a bit of the yogurt creates a more cohesive pop, that is less likely to break as you remove it from your mold.

4. And speaking of yogurt – while I’m not a fan of eating yogurt straight up, I absolutely love it here, sweetened with some honey and layered with fruit and granola. If “tangy” is more your thing, simply reduce/eliminate the honey called for in that step.

5. If swapping out the Greek yogurt for traditional. eliminate the milk (as traditional yogurt is thinner), and increase the amount to 2 cups.


1 1/2 cups Greek yogurt
1/2 cup milk
4 tablespoons honey, divided
1 cup raspberries
3/4 cup Bear Naked Sea Salt Caramel Apple Granola, plus extra for sprinkling



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