January 22, 2012

Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt Pops

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Sunday night and the big game is on in only a half hour.... I am seriously so excited!

I cant remember a time that the 49ers were playing so well together and tonight against the Giants {for a second time this year} is a really great match-up.

So needless to say when I was proudly walking around Paul's reserve unit this afternoon with my jersey on there were a couple of comments that came my way from a few soldiers.

Talk all you want Giants, we're ready...

Bring it!

We've made it to the NFC Championship baby so just show up tonight, bring your A game and may the better team take it to the Superbowl. 
So in lue of the big game I wanted to make little desserty snackers for after dinner.

Healthy... but your taste buds wouldn't know the difference.

So since we were both late coming home from the unit and we recorded the Pats v Ravens, were trying to quickly finish that game so I don't miss tip off!!!!

Plus we are both still rolling on the floor laughing from this new Etrade commercial. There is something about a talking baby that get my mother and I hysterical, it's just too cute.

Anyways, I snuck one of these last night after dinner and it was soo delicious. Nice creamy frozen yogurt with the natural nutty taste of peanut butter. Just the right sweet treat after a good dinner to kick my sweet tooth.

Let's Go Niners!!!!
Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt Pops
Recipe and photos by A Healthy Jalapeño 

Makes 12 mini ice pops

2 cups Greek style yogurt
1 cup 1% lactic milk
1 1/4 cups smooth peanut butter
1/2 cup agave sweeter

Add all the ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.

Fill 12 dixie cups or shot glasses with the mixture and freeze until they become almost solid (1-2 hours). Stick a mini wooden fork or popsicle stick in each ice pop. Freeze for another hour or overnight until they are completely frozen.

You can easily remove the ice pops from the shot glasses by dipping them in a glass of warm water.


Blog is the New Black said...

YUM! Need to make these....

Autumn@Good Eats Girl said...

What a perfect healthy dessert! YUM!

raquel@erecipe said...

Hi this looks not only yummy but I know if I eat this it will not hurt my diet...I have only one concern is there an alternative of lactic milk?

Hayf said...

mmm, sounds yummy....few questions? what % greek yogurtand can you use skim milk or reg 1% milk? I am going to try it with the PB2 (powdered peanut butter-it's amazing and for a fraction of the calories and fat). Thanks. Hayf

monster cakes said...

I'm so sorry for your loss. ; ) I'm a HUGE niners fan, and I was so sad about the turnout of this game. It was heartbreaking indeed. At least you had some peanut butter pops to console you!

Jess said...

Yum. So simple!