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This is a recipe for all the people who don’t like overly sweet desserts and snacks. Surprisingly, because I thought all teens love sweet sweets, it is the idea of a 17 year old. I added ingredients and he kept tasting the recipe until it suited him. After all the pops were being made for him to snack on.

I was hoping that the addition of the avocado would make the pops creamy and it did make them creamier, than without avocado, however since the fruit is high in water content, the pops weren’t as creamy as the Maple Walnut Yoghurt Pops I made previously.


PLEASE REMEMBER that the calories mentioned apply to the brands and quantities of the ingredients I use. Please alter the calories based on the brands and quantities of ingredients you use. Same brand items made in the United States, may have a different calorie content than same brand items made here in Canada, please always read the calories on the label. I calculate the calories in the recipe section of the “Lose It” app on my iPhone. Lose It is available for Android, iOS, Nook, Kindle and on the Web.

– 150 g/~5.4 oz. (pitted & peeled weight) diced white flesh nectarine, 66 calories
– 3/4 c. blackberries fresh or frozen, 46 calories
– 1/2 c. Western Family Balkan Style Fat Free Yoghurt, 53 calories
– 67 g/~2.4 oz. (pitted and skinned weight) avocado, 108 calories
– 1 tsp. Pure Bourbon Vanilla Extract, 12 calories
– 1/8 tsp. liquid Stevia, 0 calories

Combine all ingredients in a Magic Bullet or blender until smooth. Distribute evenly into an eight popsicle mold. Place in freezer until firm.


Yield: 8 yoghurt pops, 48 calories each.

These are extremely low calories and can easily take on more avocado and stevia. Adjust these pops to your taste buds and remember to adjust the calories as well.

May your journey be delicious and the company you keep inspiring and supportive.