How to make Donna Hay’s healthy summer popsicles

Let’s face it: everyone loves a summer-time ice cream. There’s nothing quite like the race to finish a melting cone to get you smiling like a kid again. But as we all know, anything that tastes that good is rarely good for us and although one part ‘ice’, we can’t forget the second component to this summer treat – cream. For a healthy alternative, we love making Donna Hay’s raspberry pops as they provide just as many smiles with a lot less guilt.

Donna Hay’s raspberry swirl yoghurt pops

Makes 10

You will need:

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2 cups (560g) plain Greek-style (thick) yoghurt

1 ½ cup (125ml) rice malt syrup*

1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

2 cups (300g) frozen raspberries

1 ¼ cup 60ml) rice malt syrup*, extra

Method:

Place the yoghurt, rice malt syrup and vanilla in a bowl and mix to combine. Place ¼ cup (125ml) of the yoghurt mixture, the raspberries and the extra rice malt syrup in a blender and blend until smooth.

Layer alternate spoonfuls of the yoghurt and raspberry mixtures into 10 x 1/3 cup capacity (80ml) popsicle moulds. Swirl gently using a butter knife, insert popsicle sticks and freeze for 4-5 hours or until firm. Remove the pops from the moulds to serve.


 

DONNA HAY

Life in Balance is Donna Hay’s latest cookbook to hit the shelves. It presents a fresher, more healthy approach to eating with over 200 pages of feel-good recipes, mouth-watering imagery and interesting food facts. The perfect addition to any kitchen, it’s guaranteed to inspire everyone, from the novice at-home cook to the experienced chef.


 

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Growing up on the Northern Beaches of Sydney with a love of the outdoors, Georgia has always led an active lifestyle. She has a passion for health, fitness and fashion, and loves to travel and try new things. Along with her position at Sporteluxe, Georgia works as a fit model for global fashion brands including Bassike and Christopher Esber, combining her interest in fashion with her dedication to healthy living. She graduated from the University of NSW with a Bachelor of Media (PR and Advertising) and initially pursued the public relations field but was always drawn to journalism due to her love of reading and writing. For Georgia, life is about balance. She leads an active and fulfilled lifestyle and nourishes her mind and body but won't shy away from a burger and wine!