Who says you can’t have popsicles on Halloween? Nobody, that’s who! Sure, candy corn is a Halloween staple—it’s delicious, but it’s pretty much pure sugar and offers NO fuel. Instead of overdoing it on the candy corn, you can have a delicious and NUTRITIOUS candy corn popsicle! It’s such a cute treat, made from Greek yogurt and wholesome juices that are naturally sweet. You don’t need to add any flavors or sugars unless you’d like to!
¾ cup carrot juice
¾ cup Greek Yogurt (sweeten with honey, if desired)
¾ mango juice (or a yellow juice of your choice, like pineapple, etc.!)
In a popsicle mold, layer in Greek yogurt on the bottom. Fill up only ⅓ of the mold. (For my mold, I used about 2 Tbsp, but the amount may be different for you depending on the size of your mold.)
Place popsicle stick in each mold, place lid onto mold, and freeze.
Once Greek yogurt layer is frozen (1-2 hours), pour on carrot juice layer, filling up ⅔ of the mold and leaving ⅓ still empty. (Again, I used about 2 Tbsp.) Return to freezer.
Once carrot juice is frozen (1-2 hours), pour on mango juice layer, filling the remainder of popsicle mold. (Another 2 Tbsp.) Return to freezer.
When ready to enjoy, allow popsicles to thaw for 1-2 minutes on the counter. Remove popsicle from mold and devour!
NOTE: Nutrition is provided for the size of popsicle that my mold made—your mold may be a different size, so the nutritional information would also change.
Serving: 1 popsicle