Last Updated on July 28, 2020 by Ed Joven
How to make Buko Pandan Yogurt Popsicle
Buko Pandan Yogurt Popsicle – Whether it rains or shines, you can never go wrong with eating a sweet treat like popsicles. Popsicles are a snack treat that is enjoyed by all ages and at all times, and when you come to think of it—when we talk about popsicles, the immediate flavors that pop in your head are chocolate, milk, watermelon, and strawberry.
All these are tasty flavors; don’t get me wrong. However, I do always crave for something more native. With this craving, I was able to come up with a recipe that satisfied my need for native flavor popsicles but with a twist—it is Buko Pandan Yogurt Popsicle. Buko Pandan is a flavor I would associate with Filipino flavors, and it is an excellent flavor to put in a dessert.
There are many known Buko Pandan desserts in the Philippines like Buko Pandan Salad, Buko Pandan Ice Cream, and Buko Pandan cake. But I wanted to make something a whole lot simpler than all those and put a different taste to it as well.
Buko Pandan in itself is delicious, but I remember reading about yogurt popsicles and thinking that Buko Pandan can work with a yogurt popsicle.
So, technically, this makes it a delicious but healthy dessert, since we are using yogurt as one of our main ingredients to form the popsicle. Plus, Buko Pandan has tons of nutrients and vitamins that boost skin and hair growth. Not to mention the benefits we can get from the sweet corn kernels I also want to add as an additional twist.
Ingredients and Cooking Procedure of Choco Butternut Palitaw Balls :
Buko Pandan Yogurt Popsicle Recipe
- 2 125g Buco-Nata Yogurt
- ¼ cup Sweet Corn Kernels drained
- ¼ cup Pandan Gulaman diced
You Also Need:
- 1 pcs Popsicle Molders or 8 small plastic cups
- 4 pcs Wooden Popsicle Sticks
- 1 pcs Aluminum Foil for wrapping
- In a small mixing bowl, combine yogurt, sliced pandan jelly and well-drained sweet corn kernels.
- Mix lightly to avoid pandan jelly from breaking.
- Fill each Popsicle molder and tap molder on the table to level the fruit-yogurt mix.
- Cover with Popsicle lid or cover with a foil and insert a wooden Popsicle stick in the center of each.
- Freeze for 3 hours or overnight until frozen.
Buko Pandan Yogurt Pops is an easy-to-make dessert that is shareable and enjoyable. Learning it is as easy and making it.
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