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



Biostime


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

  • 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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  • They are beautiful. I am a big fan of raspberries too!

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  • Lovely minus the sugar. I just put raspberries in the blender, no heating and no removing seeds as they’re healthy and add crunch :)


    • I don’t like the seeds through the ice blocks nor does my son which is why we do it this way, but if you dont mind them, then that’s easier fort you to make! lol

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  • oh yum! It is also a great recipe as an “ice cream” cake

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  • I have made these before and they are so refreshing and a big hit in my family

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  • Your raspberry blocks look so inviting and delicious on a hot Summer day! Thanks!

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