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Perfect for hot summer days, this frosty treat showcases swirls of creamy yogurt, sweet blueberries, and bananas. Although Martha uses Stonyfield Farm BaNilla lowfat yogurt, you can substitute your favorite flavored yogurt in this recipe.

Source: Martha Stewart Living Television
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  • lazysranch
    26 JUN, 2013
    I needed to use up the remainder of a flat of fresh raspberries so found this idea in her video section. Used Greek honey yogurt and lime instead of lemon because it was on hand. I also used about a TB of fresh chopped mint in the fruit portion of the mixture. I did not have Popsicle molds so bought the 5 oz paper cups and white plastic spoons in the picnic supply isle of my local grocery store and it worked perfectly fine. They were quite good! No mold to wash either!
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  • jbmull1
    21 DEC, 2009
    Can someone please tell us what brand of popsicle mold Martha used in the video? Her's looked like they had metal aroud the individual molds and then the metal top. The ones I've been able to find online don't show under the lid to see if they are the right ones.
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  • LittleMissBaker
    13 AUG, 2008
    I found some ice-pop molds that look like Martha's at Amazon.com just type in Norpro Ice Pop Maker.
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  • celticsonnet
    3 AUG, 2008
    The name of the store did not show up completely; found the molds at Bed Bath
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  • celticsonnet
    3 AUG, 2008
    I have the same ice pop molds...found them at Bed Bath
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  • butterflygrl
    2 AUG, 2008
    I would love to know where to get the popsicle mold tray Martha used for her popsicles?
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  • TerrihBaker
    28 JUL, 2008
    I would love to have the popcicle tray!! Looks fabulous!! I cannot locate on Martha's website?
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  • Christiane3
    12 JUN, 2008
    This is a fabulous recipe. Quick and easy to prepare (it takes only minutes and the kids love to help). Very adaptable. Try with vanilla yoghurt and banana. We made the recipe for the kids and ended up having them share with all the adults :)
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