Made simply with natural probiotic yoghurt, honey, lemon juice and berries these Probiotic Berry Ice Pops are a healthy ice cream dupe! Shh, don’t tell the ice cream man!
Makes four ice pops
– 250g natural probiotic yoghurt
– 2 tbsp honey or maple syrup
– 1 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
– 2 handfuls of fresh strawberries, hulled and chopped, or other chopped fresh berries
1. Mix the yoghurt, honey and lemon juice in a large Pyrex jug.
2. Divide the chopped fruit between four ice pop moulds, then top up with the yoghurt and insert an ice pop stick.
3. Place in the freezer for 3 hours, until frozen solid.
4. To remove the frozen ice pops from their moulds, fill a deep bowl with hot tap water and quickly dip the moulds in the water to help loosen them.
Roz Purcell’s approach to cooking is simple: use whole foods to live a whole life. Having developed a negative relationship with food that led her to make unhealthy choices, she cured herself by rediscovering her love of cooking from scratch. She used her passion for food to experiment with flavours and textures and develop the most amazing recipes that fuel the body, providing the energy and vitality needed to look and feel great.
Roz began blogging at naturalbornfeeder.com in 2013 to document her love of cooking and to share her recipes. Now in her highly-anticipated cookbook, written with the same wonderfully accessible approach, she features over 170 easy-to-follow, delicious recipes that prove whole foods can taste far better than a pre-packaged meal.
In Natural Born Feeder, you will find recipes for smoothies, juices and drinks, countless ways to “Pimp your Porridge” and plenty of Roz’s famous Pancakes and Crepes. There’s also recipes for soups, salads, sides, main dishes, simple pleasures, desserts, breads, sports snacks, dips and “The Nut Butter Collective”. Plenty of inspiration to get into the kitchen, and get cooking!
Natural Born Feeder is published by Gill Books, priced at €27.99.