- Servings: 5 pops
Reynolds® Bakeware is not just for baking. The sturdy aluminum with a bright blue exterior doubles as a colorful container that's great for holding smaller or larger foods like these frozen pops. Use one to contain these pops in the freezer. When transporting the whole five pop recipe, the pan contains and catches any drips, too. (You can prepare and freeze these pops up to one month ahead.)
- 1 ounce pear halves or slices
- 1 ounce plain yogurt
- 3 honey
- 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
- Few drops green food coloring, (optional)
- Few drops almond extract, (optional)
- Reynolds® Bakeware
Put five 5-ounce paper cups in a Reynolds® Bakeware 8x8-inch pan; set aside.
Open the can of pears with a can opener. Place a colander in the sink. Empty the pears into the colander and let the liquid drain away.
Put the pears, yogurt, honey, lemon juice, and, if you like, food coloring, and almond extract in a blender container or a food processor bowl. Cover with the lid and blend or process on high speed until smooth. Turn off the blender.
Pour the mixture into the paper cups using a rubber scraper to remove all of the mixture from the blender container or food processor. Cover each cup with a square of aluminum foil. Use a table knife to make a small hole in center of each foil square. Slide a wooden craft stick through each hole and into the fruit mixture in the cup.
Put the pan in the freezer. Freeze for at least 4 hours or until the pops are firm. Makes 5 pops.
To serve, remove the foil and tear the paper cups off the pops.
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