Elderberry Popsicle Recipe (Throat Soothing & Immune Boosting)
Cool off with Elderberry Boost Popsicles
Elderberry is traditionally used to help build the immune system and fight off viruses. However, one of the less spoken of benefits of elderberry syrup is its great allergy soothing properties. It really works! With Spring at its peak, my family is always looking for ways to stay healthy while keeping those pesky allergies away.
These Elderberry Boost popsicles have been a staple in our house. It is quick, easy and healthy! These popsicles can be made in less than 5 minutes and the kids love them!
2 Tablespoons Elderberry Boost Syrup
6oz (12 Tablespoons) Vanilla Greek Yogurt
10 Berries (Blueberries, Blackberries, Raspberries)
What You Need:
Silicone Popsicle Molds
(You can use a small Dixie cup if you do not have molds)
Fork and Small Mixing Bowl
Step 1: Mash berries.
Place berries into mixing bowl. You can use a fork, pastry blender. or potato masher. To use a fork, grab a hold of the fork down low so that you have more leverage and begin to mash the berries using the side of the bowl to press against it. I prefer having more fruit pieces in our popsicles so I do not over mash.
Step 2: Add Elderberry Syrup
Add 2 tablespoons of Elderberry Boost syrup to bowl. Mix with berries.
Step 3: Fill Popsicle Molds
Alternate spooning in yogurt and elderberry berry mix into popsicle molds. This will give it the "berries and cream" appearance. You also can mix in the berries with yogurt before hand and put it into the popsicle mold all at once.
Step 4: Freeze
Freeze for 2 hours.
Enjoy! I hope you love it as much as we do.
Learn more at www.elderberryboost.com