I am LOVING this new recipe! Think Summer time, ice creams and lollypops for a refreshing cool me down treat but without the guilt! And it’s so versatile, I can’t wait to try with different fruits and flavours; (let me know in the comments below what you come up with).
And what’s even better, it’s a safe recipe that you could create with the family and 2 syns for the hot chocolate Options powder.
But a bit of a side note: Did you know the spelling, “Yoghurt” is old news? I’m a stickler for correct spelling (that’ll be why I studied English and Journalism at Uni), but I felt dirty after seeing seeing some Tesco “yogurts” in my fridge also said the same. Even the Oxford Dictionary backed them up, but panic was over when I discovered this article confirming it’s been an ongoing debate for some time, so I’ve had to change each one in this post.
- 500g fat free natural yogurt
- 2 tbsp sweetener (or you could syn agave syrup, runny honey or similar)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
- 11g Chocolate Options powder or Highlights *(2 syns)
- 2 apples, cored & grated
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- Before you line a 20cm x 30cm tray or similar with baking paper, make sure it fits in the freezer first or you could line two 20cm squared brownie tins.
- In a large mixing bowl, combine together all the ingredients.
- Pour the mixture in to the lined tin and tilt back and forth until level; (I dropped my tray from a 10-20cm height on to my kitchen counter to give a more even finish).
- Pop in the freezer overnight or a minimum of 3 hours or overnight and then cut in to irregular triangle pieces or maybe bite size sweetie pieces.
- Store them in a freezable container and serve when you are ready to eat and don’t forget to tag me on Instagram (#TastefullyVikkie) with a pic of yours!
Tastefully Vikkie x