Raspberry Yogurt Pops
by Dancing Queen & Rosie
Pash Cracken wasnít with Rogue Squadron for long, but he introduced them to an easy, sweet, cool, and tasty treat his mother had taught him and his younger sister to make before his father, General Cracken, arranged his entry into the Imperial Academy. Pash never knew how the General managed it, but in each and every care package he received -- even though it was thoroughly inspected by academy security personnel -- there was a jar of his motherís homemade raspberry jam so he could make himself and his fellow cadets these popsicles (with yogurt swiped from the mess hall). Needless to say, at "Mail Call" Pash's buddies lined up outside his door whenever *he* got a package ... Little did they know that the hand-calligraphed label on the jar always carried news from home and the underside of the lid held instructions from the General as well ...
3-4 tsp raspberry jam (homemade tastes best!)
Mix the vanilla yogurt and raspberry jam thoroughly in a small bowl. Using a teaspoon, carefully spoon the mixture into plastic popsicle molds. Snap handles into place and place in freezer until set -- approximately 2 to 3 hours. To remove the popsicles from the molds, hold the mold between your hands for a couple of minutes to warm up the mold enough to loosen the popsicle. Pull on the handle carefully so that the popsicle comes out with it.
Yield: 4 popsicles
Variations: We've tried this recipe with homemade lime curd. It was scrumptious! It will probably work well with any other jam flavor, too.
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