This is a recipe for honey lavender popsicles. They’re sweet, refreshing and perfect to cool off on a hot summer day!
The “lilac popsicles” are a sweet treat that is low in calories and high in flavor. They can be made with honey, lavender, sugar, and water.
Honey Lavender Popsicles are refreshing in the summertime, and at just 67 calories per serving, they won’t ruin your beach body!
So it’s that time of year again, and I’m thinking about getting my summer body ready. Not the one that reads, “All winter I made pastries at my home.” I want a physique that says, “This winter, I went to yoga four times a week.”
Both statements are correct, demonstrating that you can have your cake and eat it, too. Hot yoga, thank you. Or- ehem- Namaste.
As a result, it’s that time of year when I start thinking of lighter sweets. Don’t get me wrong: I’m still going to publish a brownie recipe every other week, but in the coming months, I’m hoping to introduce some less calorie-dense choices to the site.
These Honey Lavender Popsicles are an excellent example of a delectable snack that will please your sweet appetite while also fulfilling your hunger. They’re also on a stick. Everything tastes better when it’s on a stick.
Banana? Boring. Banana on a stick, dipped in chocolate, perhaps? SO MUCH PLEASURE.
This isn’t about bananas, however. We’re talking about four straightforward ingredients:
Yogurt from Greece Lavender flowers, milk, honey
They produce the most beautiful, aromatic popsicles you’ve ever seen in no time! They almost seem to be sophisticated.
So, buddies, have fun! I hope this dish makes your Mondays a bit brighter.
- 3/4 gallon of whole milk
- honey, 5 tablespoons
- 2 tbsp lavender flowers (dry)
- 1 1/2 cups nonfat Greek yogurt
- food coloring (red and blue) (optional)
- Mold for Popsicles
- Combine the whole milk, honey, and lavender flowers in a small saucepan. Set over low heat, stirring regularly, until the milk starts to scald (water vapor develops, but the milk does not boil). Allow to cool for 2 hours after removing from the heat.
- Save the milk after straining it through a fine strainer to remove the lavender blossoms. Combine yogurt and milk in a mixing bowl. Add red and blue food coloring one drop at a time until desired color is achieved if you want a splash of color!
- Freeze for at least 5 hours, preferably overnight, in 9 popsicle molds. When you’re ready to eat, run the popsicles under hot water for 10-15 seconds to free them from the mold.
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These honey lavender popsicles are the perfect way to cool off on a hot summer day. They’re light and refreshing, which makes them the perfect snack for kids of all ages. Reference: baby popsicles.
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