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How to make fruit popsicles

These are great for summer parties! 2 c. plain yogurt 1 c. bananas, strawberries, blueberries, etc. 1/2 c. orange or apple juice Blend fruit or berries; add yogurt and juice; mix. Pour into popsicle molds or small paper cups. Freeze. If using cups, insert popsicle stick when partially frozen.

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  1. I spied these in your latest newsletter, curious about the sugar-free claim. While they sound like a healthy and tasty snack – they’re certainly not sugar-free. Maybe low-sucrose (assuming the yogurt is low sucrose). I assume that they have lactose and fructose.

  2. By sugar free, I’m sure the author meant free of added sugar. This term “sugar free” is an industry standard statement to mean no added sugar. Most foods contain at least a small amount of natural sugar.

  3. How about doing away w/ juice and sugary drinks, because even though it says 100% juice and although it may be ‘natural’ sugar…it’s still sugar. And for kids who are overweight or leaning in that direction……how about the good old standard water! Or Propel, which has very, very low sugar, lots of B6 and B12 for energy and flavored just a bit to be quite tasty.

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