Ice Cream & Frozen Desserts

Frozen Yogurt Pops (5 Easy Snacks)

4.67 from 36 votes
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!

Hi Bold Bakers!

I don’t know about you but I have a mini panic attack when I realize I’m hungry and haven’t eaten in almost 3 hours. I worry that I might starve if I don’t eat now, like right NOW! To paint a clearer picture, I’m the person that eats while dinner is being made for them because I just can’t wait. I have learned over the years that due to my lack of control, I need to be prepared for these situations.

Frozen Yogurt Pops are my saving grace, not just for snacks but also my breakfast. And funny enough I often get asked by viewers what I eat for breakfast and this is it. Having these ready in the freezer saves me grabbing junk food that I actually don’t even like eating. These Frozen Yogurt Pops are full of natural sugars, protein and most importantly they satisfy your hunger.

Now, you might look at these and think they are a kids snack, but you are mistaken because my husband, Kevin, eats these a lot and he is the most grown up person I know.

It’s always nice when your snack food is nutritional so I included nutritional information with each recipe and even Weight Watchers Points in each recipe below. Plus,  you can buy a variety of pouches and containers for your Yogurt Pops including these pouches on Amazon. But remember, you can always use a simple paper cup and stick as well.

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Blueberry & Lemon Frozen Yogurt Pops

Blueberries & Lemon is a combination that I love in all of my baking, and pairing it with yogurt gives you a tangy and creamy treat.

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Blueberry & Lemon Frozen Yogurt Pops

4.67 from 36 votes
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 1 cup (10oz/ 280g) nonfat greek yogurt*
  • cup (3oz/ 80g) blueberries
  • 1 ½ teaspoons honey
  • 1 teaspoon lemon zest

Instructions

  • In a blender add yogurt, fruit, honey, and lemon zest. Blend until well combined.
  • Pour into pouches or molds. Place yogurt pops in the freezer for 4 hours or until frozen.
  • Keep in the freezer for up to 6 weeks.

Recipe Notes

Yogurt: use plain or greek yogurt. I prefer non fat greek yogurt
Smart Points: 3
PointsPlus Points: 2
Nutrition Facts
Blueberry & Lemon Frozen Yogurt Pops
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 86
% Daily Value*
Sodium 38mg2%
Carbohydrates 14g5%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 8g9%
Protein 9g18%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Nutella Frozen Yogurt Pops

This Nutella flavor is more like a decadent treat, for those times when you know you’ve earned something nice.  You know the days. 

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Nutella Frozen Yogurt Pops

4.74 from 34 votes
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 1 cup (10oz/ 280g) nonfat greek yogurt*
  • ½ cup (41/2 oz/130g) Nutella

Instructions

  • In a blender, add yogurt and Nutella. Blend until well combined.
  • Pour into pouches or molds. Place yogurt pops in the freezer for 4 hours or until frozen.
  • Keep in the freezer for up to 6 weeks

Recipe Notes

Yogurt: use plain or greek yogurt. I prefer non fat greek yogurt
Smart Points: 3
PointsPlus Points: 2
Nutrition Facts
Blueberry & Lemon Frozen Yogurt Pops
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 86
% Daily Value*
Sodium 38mg2%
Carbohydrates 14g5%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 8g9%
Protein 9g18%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Mango & Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Pops

I adore tropical-flavored fruit so Mango & Strawberry is a winner for me. Mango has a lovely creamy texture when blended which adds a lovely texture to these pops.

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Mango & Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Pops

4.71 from 34 votes
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 1 cup (10oz/ 280g) nonfat greek yogurt*
  • cup (1 ½ oz/ 30g) fresh or frozen strawberries
  • cup (1 ½ oz/30g) fresh or frozen mango
  • 1 ½ teaspoons honey

Instructions

  • In a blender, add yogurt, strawberries, mango and honey. Blend until well combined.
  • Pour into pouches or molds. Place yogurt pops in the freezer for 4 hours or until frozen.
  • Keep in the freezer for up to 6 weeks.

Recipe Notes

Yogurt: use plain or greek yogurt. I prefer non fat greek yogurt
Smart Points: 3
PointsPlus Points: 2
Nutrition Facts
Blueberry & Lemon Frozen Yogurt Pops
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 86
% Daily Value*
Sodium 38mg2%
Carbohydrates 14g5%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 8g9%
Protein 9g18%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Banana & Honey Frozen Yogurt Pops

Bananas are a fruit you nearly always have in the house. Add it to some honey and yogurt and you have these delicious Banana & Honey Frozen Yogurt Pops.

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Banana & Honey Frozen Yogurt Pops

4.75 from 35 votes
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 1 cup (10oz/ 280g) non fat greek yogurt*
  • 1 large banana (roughly ¾ cup/4oz/90g)
  • 1 ½ teaspoons honey

Instructions

  • In a blender, add yogurt, banana and honey. Blend until well combined.
  • Pour into pouches or molds. Place yogurt pops in the freezer for 4 hours or until frozen.
  • Keep in the freezer for up to 6 weeks.

Recipe Notes

Yogurt: use plain or greek yogurt. I prefer non fat greek yogurt
Smart Points: 3
PointsPlus Points: 2
Nutrition Facts
Blueberry & Lemon Frozen Yogurt Pops
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 86
% Daily Value*
Sodium 38mg2%
Carbohydrates 14g5%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 8g9%
Protein 9g18%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Peach & Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Pops

The best way to describe the next flavor is sweet and creamy. And while Peaches and Raspberries are in season I’m stocking up. 

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Peach & Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Pops

4.68 from 34 votes
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4
Learn how to make my 5 different Frozen Yogurt Pops, which are easy snacks featuring fruit and yogurt; they're like a frozen smoothie you can eat anytime!
Author: Gemma Stafford
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 1 cup (10oz/ 280g) nonfat greek yogurt*
  • cup (1 ½ oz/ 30g) fresh or frozen raspberries
  • cup (1 ½ oz/ 30g) fresh or frozen peaches (roughly 1 peach)
  • 2 teaspoons honey

Instructions

  • In a blender add yogurt, raspberries, peaches and honey. Blend until well combined.
  • Pour into pouches or molds. Place yogurt pops in the freezer for 4 hours or until frozen.
  • Keep in the freezer for up to 6 weeks.

Recipe Notes

Yogurt: use plain or greek yogurt. I prefer non fat greek yogurt
Smart Points: 3
PointsPlus Points: 2
Nutrition Facts
Blueberry & Lemon Frozen Yogurt Pops
Amount Per Serving (1 g)
Calories 86
% Daily Value*
Sodium 38mg2%
Carbohydrates 14g5%
Fiber 1g4%
Sugar 8g9%
Protein 9g18%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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145 thoughts on “Frozen Yogurt Pops (5 Easy Snacks)

  1. Hello Gemma! I’ve made quite a few of your yogurt pops and i just made a blueberry and lemon zest pop and i taste tested it and it was kind of bitter. I was wondering could it have been the lemon and why it was like that…Could you help? 🙂

    1. Thank you so much for trying them out, Cherie! You should always only zest the yellow skin instead of any of the white pith that lies right beneath it which is bitter.
      Hope this is of help !

  2. Hi! I only see the nutritional info for the blueberry kind. Is it the same across the board, or am I missing it somewhere? Thanks for your help! (I know I can plug it in somewhere and figure it out, but I was hoping I was just overlooking it!)

  3. I’ve been making the frozen yogurt pops and with the honey banana pop I thought I’d try peanut butter banana and it was yummy. I used 1/4 cup pb and didn’t put the honey in it (I actually forgot to add the honey) but the pb has sugar in it anyway.

  4. Hi Gemma! I love your Youtube channel! I was just wondering: you mentioned using frozen blueberries and frozen banana. Since we freeze the yogurt pops, I guess it’s important not to let the frozen berries/bananas unfreeze? My understanding is that it’s important not to unfreeze/refreeze any food, right?

    1. Hi Denise,
      this is certainly true of some food groups. Chicken, meat, and fish in particular. In the case of berries as long as the fruit is not left lying around to gather bacteria, and then it is returned to the freezer as soon as it is ready then all will be well. If you are concerned at all then clearly do not do this. A thermometer will help too, do not let the mix get above 40f or so,
      Gemma 🙂

  5. Gemma is it possible to use regular low fat vanilla yogurt with the strawberry mango one, instead of the Greek yogurt?

    1. hi Sarah,
      yes for pops, but look at the pot to see if it has been set with something like Carrageenan. It will be better to use a natural set/strained yogurt.
      Gemma 🙂

  6. Hi! Thank you for answering and yes. Like if I froze half and just kept the other half in the fridge for yogurt? Probably will just freeze all though. Thank you! I have tried many of your recipes and the 4 carrot cake cupcakes are awesome!

    1. Hi Emily,
      I am confused! If you do not freeze this it will not set, it will be a drink really. It will last as the yogurt would do, if kept cold. Is this what you mean?
      Gemma 🙂

  7. perfect. I made these with strained Greek yoghurt and they turned out perfect. I made banana, honey and crushed almonds as well as one with home made apricot jam (1 cup yoghurt to 1/2 cup jam). So delicious! I want to try the nutella one once I make my own nutella.

  8. Hii Gemma,

    I tried your homemade yogurt recipe and blended with frozen banana and it works very well. The taste is soo yummy, creamy and sweet, though i didn’t add honey. I kinda want to try the greek yogurt making that you mentioned. Do you know how much water will drain from the yogurt if we strain it? It would be good if you can give some estimate. Thx.

    1. Hi there,
      You need something which will blend the ingredient. I am not sure what you mean by ‘grinder’. If it is a mincer it will no do. A mixer will not do it either unless you mash up the fruits first. Give it a try!
      Gemma 🙂

      1. I tried using mixer but it got crystallised. ….as I blended the ingredients the mixture was so thin. After freezing it .it was like yogurt popsicle (but taste was yumm)

        But ill try mashing up the fruits
        Thanks

        1. No! this will not help. you need to use a Greek style yogurt, that is a strained yogurt, some of the whwy is strained off to leave behind a thick and rich creamy yogurt. This will not crystalize,
          Gemma 🙂

  9. hi gemma,
    i’m from south india and i’m having trouble to find yogurt here , can i have a substitute
    and also can i know the difference between curd and yogurt.

    1. Hi there,
      There is a difference between curd (cheese) and yogurt which is a fermented milk, in which good bacteria form.
      You can make your own yogurt, I have a video here, and you can make your own curd (cream cheese recipe here). You can start a yogurt with a bought yogurt, and then use your own to start further batches, and you can strain your own yogurt to make a thick, Greek style yogurt. See the recipe here (https://www.biggerbolderbaking.com/how-to-make-yogurt/). You can buy the starter online too, as a powder,
      Gemma 🙂

  10. Hi Gemma!
    I love the nutella recipe!! I was wondering if I could replace the nutella with melted chocolate because my family doesn’t buy nutella. Or if I could replace the nutella with anything else.

    Thanks:)

    1. Hi,

      I’m delighted you like it. Unfortunately melted chocolate can’t be substituted but you can add cocoa powder to it. Sieve in some cocoa to your yogurt and keep adding until you get the flavor you want.

      Good Luck,
      Gemma.

  11. Hi Gemma?
    May I ask do I must put honey in this recipe?
    If I must,does it matter which kind of honey I use? Can I use this recipe to make frozen yogurt in an ice cream container?I remember you said in one of your videos that honey makes the ice cream/frozen yogurt scoopable. Is that true?And should I use frozen fruit ?Does it work better?
    Thanks??
    By the way,I can find almost everything in your recipes here in Hong Kong?

    1. Hi Jocelyn,
      that is great that you can find ingredients, it is so tough on people who are limited by what is available to them, we are so lucky!
      Yes, you can make this in an ice cream container, and omit the honey if you like. The honey does make it scoopable, as would condensed milk. You might like the frozen yogurt recipes too, these are designed to be frozen in a container,
      Gemma 🙂

  12. Hi Gemma, I can’t find the link to buy these pop bags. Please help me with the link. Thanks 🙂
    Your “no baking” recipes are so amazing, all bookmarked.

  13. These are AMAZING <3

    We made the banana, greek yogurt and honey ones and popped them in the bigger silicone ice lolly moulds (because we can't seem to get the zip ones over in the UK :() and seriously… amazing. Thank you so much for the recipe!

        1. For the best results I recommend following the recipe exactly. Frozen fruit works best. Hope this helps 🙂

  14. Hi Gemma

    I made the frozen pops yesterday and tried them today but they do seem to have a lot of ice crystals in them.

    I used Greek yogurt and fresh strawberries. Do you have any idea why this has happened

    Would love to make some more but don’t, want the same result

    Pat in Spain

    1. Hi Patricia,
      Generally fruits with the highest water content will form the most ice crystals. Regular yogurt will also do this. Strawberries are usually not so icy, unless they are over-liquidised. I am not sure why this happened for you Patricia, a bit puzzled really!
      Gemma 🙂

  15. Hi Gemma, I may be totally looking it over, but I can’t seem to see the link to the place that sells the plastic yogurt pouches! Can’t wait to try these!!

  16. Hi gemma , can you teach me how to make yogurt please if thats not too much to ask ? and if you are asking what it is for it is for the popsicle from your recipe . And thanks for tte recipe

  17. Hi Gemma, I’m from Malaysia…I really love your blog and your recepies..by the way I would love to try your frozen yogurt, But I’ve some question, can I save it in to chiller instead of freezer after making it? Would happy if you could reply me.. Thanks a lot.

    1. Hi Farah,
      This would be delicious if you were to use it up quickly. The freezer does a different job of course, as it will keep it for some time, and it will be a frozen product, whichever way you choose to go it will be delicious,
      Gemma 🙂

  18. Hi Gemma! These look lovely and I would love to make them, but I do have a question. Not long ago you made frozen yogurt, and I was wondering if the recipes here could be made into frozen yogurt just the same? Also, in the same train of thought, I was wondering if you could show us a recipe for sorbet? In time for spring or summer, something really fresh…

  19. Hi Chef Gemma! Thank you for sharing how to make yogurt pops! They look refreshing perfect for this summer. I’ll try them very soon. 🙂 Just want to ask how you got the nutrition information? Many thanks

    1. Thanks so much for visiting my website, Bella. There are a few different websites out there that calculate the nutritional value for food based on their ingredients and serving sizes. Hope this helps 🙂

  20. I want to try this recipe with other kinds of fruit (blue berries are not available in Venezuela). Can I use regular sugar instead of honey?

    1. Hi Carlos,
      Please do try whatever soft fruits are available to you, and use the sugar to taste, balanced with the sweetness of the fruit, I hope you have fun making these,
      Gemma 🙂

  21. Hi Gemma!
    So, as a substitute for coca powder, could I grind chocolate in a food processor? 😉

    1. Hi Zoey,
      Now I understand, it seems you cannot buy it near you, so yes you can powder the chocolate, but get it as fine as possible, and use a dark/semi sweet chocolate for flavour,
      Gemma 🙂

  22. Hi i do love your ideal but there was show called food unwrapped and honey has got natrual and added suger so when i made these i didnt add honey as got well to much surger for woman daily in take but they are great repices

    1. Hi Leah,
      Thank you for our kind comments. Honey is natures sweetener, and also has other health benefits, it is worth looking into this! Natural honey does not have added sugars, all of the sugars are natural. This does not mean that you should live on honey, but in a normal diet it will do no harm and be a benefit to your health. Some products which present like honey may well be adulterated, these are usually cheaper than the real thing. It is worth checking out the origin of the honey before you buy, check the label. Other than that by all means cut down the sugar content is any recipe, and if it works for you that is great, thank you for your input,
      Gemma 🙂

    1. Hi Fealice,
      Honey has natural sugars, and tends to be sweeter in taste than granulated sugar, however it has health benefits which sugar does not have. Honey has about 20 calories per teaspoon, and of course you can reduce the quantity in the recipes to taste,
      Gemma 🙂

  23. Gemma, I watch a lot of your videos and none of them disappoint. Keep up the amazing work! This recipe, of course is amazing! Just one question, if I make home-mad nutella, is there a replacement for Coco powder? O_O 🙂

    1. Hi Zoey,
      Wellll!!! I am not sure what you would replace this ingredient with in order to get the same result. Check out your health food store for chocolate substitutes, but cocoa is a natural product in its unsweetened form, so I am not sure what you want to achieve,
      Gemma 🙂

  24. I love all your recipes Gemma the Blueberry Lemon one is my favorite. You are an amazing person I adore you. P>S your dog is adorable

    1. Hi there TGirl10,
      Thank you for your kind comments. I will add your suggestion to my list, there will be more!
      Yes, waffles our dog is adorable, though the postman does not think this, and he sometimes has trouble socializing with other dogs, he is a rescue dog and was very nervous when we got him, but he is getting more confident all of the time,
      Gemma 🙂

  25. Here in Germany, we have spring vacation know. The sun is shining and it is warm outside. I made your nutella recipe for me and my brother. And we love it! There ist nothing better to enjoy our vacation. Thanks for these wonderful recipes!

    1. Hi there Felicitas,
      How lovely to get some warm weather after the long winter. I am happy to hear that you are enjoying my recipes, thank you for letting me know,
      Gemma 🙂

  26. Could I freeze these in a Popsicle mold instead? Also could I use your frozen yogurt recipie for these pops?

    1. Hi Julie,
      Yes! The pouches for these will not be available to everyone, so use what you have. The frozen yogurt recipe should hold up, but may be a little soft.
      Gemma 🙂

  27. Hi gemma,
    Please can you make a video about the best kitchen tools that you need to have as a baker.?

  28. I have tried the banana & honey yogurt pops! Super easy and delicious! Thank you so much for sharing this. God bless you.
    Min

  29. A great little snack on to go, or for just chilling out! Especially with the warm Californian weather I’m still getting used to! I bought a popsicle mold with the silicone molds and they turned out fantastic! I’ve become quite popular on campus because of these yummy recipes!

  30. Gemma, I’ve tried your other recipes for yogurt ice cream and they were AMAZING ( especially love the combo of pineapple & coconut)! And now frozen yogurt pops? I love you even more! Thanks for sharing these!!

    1. Hi Saisha,
      Really all yogurt and dairy needs to be kept refrigerated as much as possible, keeping these ingredients cold is really important.
      Once frozen, they will defrost according to the ambient temperature, but they are designed to be eaten frozen,
      gemma 🙂

  31. I’m sorry if I am misunderstanding the recipe. The amount of yogurt says 1 cup (10 oz.) I don’t know how much to add, because I thought 1 cup was 8 oz.. They look delicious and I can’t wait to try them, along with all of your other delicious looking recipes!
    Thank you,
    Stacy

    1. Oz and cups are measured differently. Oz is weight, where as cup is volume. So for this recipe, you will need 10oz of yogurt which is equal to 1 cup. Hope this helps 🙂

  32. Dear madam,
    Greek yogurt is not available in our country. Can you please tell me the recipe of making plain yogurt from milk? I made your pancake.it was very soft and delicious.Thank you for the recipe.

    1. Thanks so much for your comment. You can use regular yogurt for this recipe, I just prefer Greek yogurt. Hope this helps 🙂

    1. It may be your internet browser, Belinda. You can also check out the video on youtube, below in the description box you will find the link. Hope this helps 🙂

  33. Hey Gemma! Looks amazing!! Can’t wait to try these out, and I’m sure I will! I was wondering for your mug recipes, could you show us how to make banana bread in the microwave? Thanks so much and lots of love, Safa

    1. Thanks for visiting my website. You can find the banana bread in a mug recipe by searching for it in the search bar on the homepage of my website. Hope this helps 🙂

  34. Hi Gemma
    I loved the frozen yogurt pops because I live in Brazil and they were very refreshing. (It’s really hot here!!!)

    1. That’s great to hear. You can find all of my other frozen treats here on my website. Thanks so much for watching 🙂

  35. What measurements should I use if I want to do mixed berries? (strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries) Should I use like 1/3 cup of each? (Ps. – I think these are going to be awesome!!!!!)
    Thank You!!!

    1. Thanks for your question, Danielle. Each of these recipes that calls for fruit only need 2/3 cup. So I would do a little less than 1/3 cup for each fruit you plan to use. Hope this helps 🙂

  36. Hi Gemma
    I’ve tried your mug recipes they so easy to follow ,I loved macaroni cheese, pizza muffin in mug were so lovely and filling ideal for one helping And no left overs I’ve also try your banana bread it so delicious I also recommend them to my friends .
    Bella

    1. Delighted to hear that, Bella. Thanks so much for being a part of the Bold Baking community 🙂

  37. These look like to much fun, Gemma. Thanks for sharing. I can’t seem to find the links to the plastic pouches. Could you add that to the post?

    1. Whoops, sorry about that Carol. I’ll be sure to add the links to the pouches ASAP. Thanks so much for visiting my website 🙂

  38. Hi Gemma 🙂
    These frozen pops looks delicious although those berries are hard to find n really expensive in my country but ill be sure to try it with others fruit tht are available thanks for the recipe 🙂

    1. Thanks so much, Ashley. Where do you live? The great thing about these recipes is you can use whichever fruit or berries you have available. Get creative with it! 🙂

  39. Gemma I made that strawberry one and it tasted so good my whole family loved them and what about mint chocolate chips pancake
    Thanks!

    1. That’s great to hear. Glad you liked this recipe. I will add your request to my list. Stay tuned 🙂

  40. Lovin’ it, GS. We look forward to these for ourselves as well as treats for the grandchildren. Thanks.
    m/b

    1. Thanks so much Michael! Check out all my frozen treats here on my website. Just in time for warm weather 🙂

    1. These look easy and yummy with low calories and WW Points. I am making them tomorrow! Thank you for the recipe!

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