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PediaSure® recipe for fresh strawberry yogurt ice pops

Cool creamy ice pops

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  • PediaSure<sup>®</sup> doodle of a clock that represents cooking timePreparation time: 10 min
  • PediaSure<sup>®</sup> doodle of a clock that represents cooking timeFreezing time: 4 h
  • PediaSure<sup>®</sup> doodle of a fork and spoon that represents recipe servingsServings: 8

Dietitian's note:With 4 grams of protein and approximately 10% of the daily recommended intake of calcium, these creamy ice pops are as nutritious as they are delicious!

  • Stephanie Jamain, RD | Dietitian at Abbott Nutrition
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WHAT YOU NEED

  • 2 x 235 mL (2 bottles) Strawberry or Vanilla PediaSure Complete®, chilled
  • 500 g (2 cups) plain yogurt (2% m.f.)
  • 12 strawberries

NUTRITION FACTS

Serving size: 1 pop

  • Calories92
  • Fat2 g
  • Sodium39 mg
  • Carbohydrate11 g
  • Dietary fibre0.5 g
  • Protein4 g

HOW TO MAKE IT

  1. In a blender, blend together PediaSure Complete® with yogurt and half of strawberries.
  2. Slice the remaining strawberries and distribute among
    8 ice-pop molds or paper/plastic cups of 125 mL (4 oz).
  3. Pour mixture into molds or cups to cover the strawberries. Put an ice-pop stick or a plastic spoon through the centre of each mixture for a handle.
  4. Freeze for 4 hours or until firm.

TIP

  1. Use raspberries or kiwi slices to create different varieties.
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