Not only are these Easy and healthy, they are so pretty too!


Ingredients (makes 8 Iceblocks)

  • 2 punets Fresh raspberries OR frozen raspberries
  • 1-2 TBS Caster sugar (adjust depending on tartness of berries)
  • 2 TBS Water
  • 2 Cups Greek Yoghurt
  • 1 pinch Salt

Method

  1. Place raspberries, sugar, water and salt in a heavy based sauce pan, and stir continually over low heat (without boiling) until sugar is completely dissolved, and raspberries are soft.
  2. Allow mix to cool, then squash through a sieve to remove all the seeds leaving you with a silky sauce
  3. Spoon some Greek yogurt into a mould followed by some raspberry sauce. Repeat until mould is filled.
  4. Using a skewer or thin long spoon handle, gently run it through each mould to create a swirl pattern/ gently combine the two ingredients
  5. Place into the freezer for at least 5 hours or overnight

Notes... The amount that this recipe makes will totally depend on the size iced black mold that you are using. I used the Donna Hay 8 capacity ice block mould You can use either fresh or frozen raspberries for this recipe they both work just as well

  • Yumm I can see these becoming a real hit with the weather warming up. Thanks.

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  • This looks and sounds so yum!! I just picked up some cheap strawberries the other day, they would be perfect for this…and instead of ice block an mould, could use the smallest snack-cup “tupperware” type containers. I used to do this sort of thing when my kids were at school, put a frozen container in the lunchbox in the morning, by recess it’s soft enough to eat :) plus the bonus of not having to use an ice-brick that can leak


    • or you can use any fruit that is in season, and that the kids like…e.g. stone fruit, mango, pineapple… banana and passionfruit would be yummy!!

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  • I would be tempted to make some with frozen boysenberries or blueberries. They are great in icecream too. I find Greek Yogurt to be sour so I would add sugar according to taste, maybe not as much as the recipe suggests.

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  • Nice one. I would ditch the sugar.

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  • These look very good they look just like a bought one thanks

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  • Omitting the sugar and passing on putting it through a sieve, I would make these. They do look awesome and I just know from the ingredients they’ll be delicious

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  • These look so good! I will need to buy a mould to try these. My toddler will love them.

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  • These do look lovely and would be so refreshing & delicious to enjoy.

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  • These yoghurt ice blocks look so delicious I am going to make some tomorrow, it’s school holidays after all. Yum yum yum, the raspberries will be perfect with the greek yoghurt.


    • Hope they turned out well and everyone enjoyed them!

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  • I guess you could substitute mst berries.

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  • Refreshing and tasty, this looks great.

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  • Not easy to get raspberries here. Wonder if strawberries would work just as well. Great recipe though.


    • You could definitely do this with strawberries!

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  • Thanks for the recipe. Look great and bet they taste awesome.

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  • I can’t wait to try this! It looks so good and sounds pretty easy to make.

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  • I was looking for a healthy icypole recipe. My kids love raspberries do I’ll try this.

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