Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

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Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles - cool off this summer with a cold, creamy treat filled with berries and Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark. #AD | cupcakesandkalechips.com | gluten free recipe

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A cold and creamy frozen treat with bursts of berries and a bit of crunch, it’s time to cool off this summer with Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles.

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles - cool off this summer with a cold, creamy treat filled with berries and Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark. #AD | cupcakesandkalechips.com | gluten free recipe

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Cascadian Farm. As a brand ambassador, I am being compensated for writing this post. As always, all opinions are my own.

My two-year-old has not grasped the concept of popsicles. Like, seriously, you try to hand him one and he totally freaks out. He won’t grab the stick, and if you finally do manage to wrap his little fingers around it, he just squeals in horror? Or fear? Or pain? Or frustration? I’m not exactly sure. And then if you try to get him to lick it, forget about it. No lie, as I sit here writing this post, he is looking at the pictures saying, “I don’t eat that, Mommy. No thank you!”

I’m not sure if it’s a cold thing. I mean, he is not one to turn down ice cream, and he’ll slurp down a frozen fruit smoothie like it’s going out of style. But freeze the same stuff on a stick, and it’s not happening. Honestly, unless I make them, I don’t usually have any in the house, but we were at the zoo a couple of weeks ago and it was super hot and humid, so I tried to get him to eat a sorbet pop. Yeah, that triggered a hot and overtired meltdown of epic proportions. That was three bucks in the trash.

And worse than the money is when I go through the time and effort to make homemade fruit pops or yogurt pops and I’m all proud of myself, and then I think I am going to make my kids super happy by giving them a fun sweet treat after dinner, but one that I know is a little healthier, and I head down the the freezer pull some out, walk up all excited, hand him a popsicle and…

“WAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH!”

So then I have to chop it up into little pieces and serve it to him in a bowl with a spoon.

Crushed, I tell you. Crushed. Mom ego in little pieces just like that popsicle.

But I pull myself together and tried to just be happy that even though he was eating it in pieces, he did enjoy the taste of these…

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles - cool off this summer with a cold, creamy treat filled with berries and Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark. #AD | cupcakesandkalechips.com | gluten free recipe

But The Bug and I grabbed our sticks and immediately fell in love with these Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles. The yogurt provides a cold and creamy base, the berries give little bits of sweet tart freshness, and then as you take a bite, you get crunchy, chewy chunks that just give it such a fun, yummy, and unique texture, and if course, the ridiculously amazingly delicious flavor. And what did I use to add those little bits of awesome?

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles - cool off this summer with a cold, creamy treat filled with berries and Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark. #AD | cupcakesandkalechips.com | gluten free recipe

You guys, this Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark, this is serious stuff. Remember back when I made those Raspberry Mocha Latte Overnight Oats I mentioned that I was making some recipes for Cascadian Farm? Weill the awesome folks there sent me a bag of this plus one of the Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola Bark, and it’s pretty much my kryptonite. Now you know I am chocolate and peanut butter fanatic, and while I love that one, it’s the Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark that I truly feel in love with. It’s gluten-free, non-GMO, and oh my goodness, so crazy good! Seriously, go to Target and buy some! Let’s just say that the first time I had it, the suggested serving size was just that – a suggestion. Which is part of the reason I hid the bag of the peanut butter variety in the back of a high cabinet for awhile before I tried it, and the main reason why I decided to chop it up and use it in these popsicles – because I can’t eat eight popsicles in one sitting. Well, I suppose I could, because check these babies out…

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles - cool off this summer with a cold, creamy treat filled with berries and Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark. #AD | cupcakesandkalechips.com | gluten free recipe

And if the Little Dude won’t eat them, well…

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles - cool off this summer with a cold, creamy treat filled with berries and Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark. #AD | cupcakesandkalechips.com | gluten free recipe

More for me…

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles - cool off this summer with a cold, creamy treat filled with berries and Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark. #AD | cupcakesandkalechips.com | gluten free recipe

Is there a certain food most kids love that yours won’t eat?

4 from 1 vote

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

A cold, creamy treat with bursts of berries and a bit of crunch to cool off this summer.
Prep: 15 mins
Cook: 8 hrs
freeze time 8 hrs
Total: 8 hrs 15 mins
Servings: 8

Ingredients

  • 4 oz Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark
  • 2 cups vanilla Greek yogurt or plain Greek yogurt sweetened to taste with honey, maple syrup, or desired sweetener
  • 48 frozen Cascadian Farm Premium Organic Red Raspberries

Instructions

  • Empty the bag of Granola Bark onto a cutting board and chop into small pieces.
  • Place about 1 1/2 - 2 Tablespoons yogurt in the bottom of popsicle molds. I used 8 molds. (See notes)
  • Place about 1 Tablespoon of the chopped Granola Bark in each mold, top with about three frozen raspberries and press down.
  • Repeat with the yogurt, Granola Bark, and raspberries, tap to remove air bubbles, and fill molds to the top with yogurt.
  • Inset sticks and place in the freezer for at least several hours, until frozen.

Notes

  • All ingredient quantities and number of servings are approximate. It will depend on the size of your popsicle molds.

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Plus a few from my friends…

Raspberry Chocolate Almond Crunch Frozen Yogurt Popsicles - cool off this summer with a cold, creamy treat filled with berries and Cascadian Farm Dark Chocolate Almond Coconut Granola Bark. #AD | cupcakesandkalechips.com | gluten free recipe

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