Swirly Bing cherry and yogurt ice pops
California Cherry Board
Life is more than just a bowl of cherries. It's cherries in salads, main dishes, beverages, desserts and more. This summer, beat the heat with colorful ice pops that can be made with red cherries only or a mixture of both red and lighter-colored Rainier cherries.
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4 cups pitted cherries (Tip: To add color, use 2 cups each
Bing and Rainier cherries)
1 cup frozen lemonade concentrate
1 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt
Combine 4 cups cherries and 1 cup lemonade concentrate in a food processor and process until smooth. Set aside.
Pour mixture into popsicle molds, alternating with spoonfuls of yogurt. Using a wooden skewer or thin knife, gently mix layers to create a swirl effect. (If using Rainier cherries, blend 2 cups of each cherry variety with 1/2 cup lemonade concentrate and alternate layers with both kinds of cherries and yogurt.)
Freeze molds until firm. Unmold by briefly dipping in warm water to loosen pop.