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Strawberries contain high amounts of vitamin C, a nutrient important to the immune system and those with multiple sclerosis. They also may help to prevent inflammation in the body, improve cholesterol levels, and decrease the risk for heart disease.
Blend Ingredients In a food processor, blender, or using an immersion blender, puree the strawberries and lemon juice until smooth.
Whisk Ingredients In a bowl, whisk the yogurt and honey until no lumps are visible.
Fill Popsicle Molds Fill the popsicle molds (or 4 oz sample cups) by alternating 1 Tbsp fruit puree and 1 Tbsp of yogurt. Continue alternating until the molds are filled to ¼-inch from the top (about 3 Tbsp of yogurt and 4 Tbsp fruit puree).
Freeze Freeze for 1 hour. Remove from the freezer and insert popsicle sticks, leaving about 2 inches of each stick in the mold. Return to the freezer for another 3 to 4 hours, or until firm.
Omit Greek yogurt and use a dairy-free version
Use semi-thawed frozen strawberries instead of washing and slicing fresh strawberries.
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