Monday, 11 April 2016

YOGURT N GRAPE POPSICLE



Well... these popsicles were prepared last evening to pamper myself, also my junior is having his session break who hunts the refrigerator more frequently while at home. Besides, I do like to keep in store some kind of chilled dessert for the nocturnal senior. Yesterday was a no cook day for me, was not in a condition to move . Ok, perhaps by now the world got to know that this old lady did her first half marathon yesterday. Though she finished nearly last, she is extremely happy that she could finish it and never quit midway.... inspiration?..... so many around... apparently... whatever. Whole day the body craved for hydration. I thought let me take up something that does not require cooking and is just apt for the hot summer .

You know I cannot stay away from my kitchen for long, my beloved corner. I did not have the energy to boil milk and prepare a kulfi or an ice cream. So I landed with the idea of this super quick, no cook Yogurt n Grape Popsicle. I will call it healthy too as I did not use sugar in it. Let us do this yum laden Yogurt n Grape Popsicles together. I used red grapes for this just to add in some colours.

INGREDIENTS :
Plain Yogurt : 200gm
Red Grapes : 150gm[or as per your choice]
Mint Leaves : 5-6
Honey : 2tbsp
Cinnamon Powder : A pinch
Red Food Colour : A pinch[optional]

METHOD :
Wash the grapes and the mint leaves. Put in a blender. Blend for 2-3 minutes at intervals.

Add the yogurt and honey and blend further for 2 minutes at intervals.

Add the cinnamon powder and food colouring and blend for 30 seconds.

Pour into popsicle moulds and freeze for 5-6 hours.

Enjoy your super fast and healthy yogurt popsicle anytime throughout the day.


10 comments :

  1. Never too late Sona. Great to read about your marathon. Keep up. Age is just a number but with age I learned that we have to keep active. The popsicle - always great as well to make and stock up for the sheer pleasure.

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    1. Thank you so much Navaneetham... yes yesterday's one was a booster...now gained the courage...

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  2. Looks so beautiful and mouth watering. Grapes and curd combo is truly intriguing.

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    1. Thank you so much Deepa... really a pleasure in this heat....

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  3. Thank you very much I will definitely try this recipe and surely inform u the result also...

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  4. Looks soooo tempting, love the combo of mint and grapes merge in a yogurt..cool share dear Soma :)

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  5. Now this is perfect for this hothot weatherr!! Lovely recipe Soma

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