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Princess castle – frozen raspberries and yogurt

Preparation time: | Freezing time: 4-6hours | Servings: 9

A castle for a little princess or prince, all edible and healthy! Moreover, it is an ice palace, perfect for hot summer days.

All little girls are princesses and my daughter is no exception - all moms & dads know what I mean:) But I must admit she asks more and more for books, TV-shows or stories from 'the real life'. She said lately that she preferred to hear about what's happening now, rather than listen to stories that happened a long time ago. However, she still enjoys playing princess, so when I made this cute princess castle on a hot summer afternoon she was really amazed:) We had some friends at home and everyone got a piece of a castle. Hmm, how yummy! Princess castle - frozen raspberries and yogurt with title

Ingredients

  • 25 raspberries
  • 2 tablespoons of natural yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon of agave syrup

Supplies I used

Did you know that the earliest castle fortifications originated in the Fertile Crescent, the Indus Valley, Egypt, and China where settlements were protected by large walls?

Preparation

Step1 Wash and mix the raspberries with a blender. Strain them to remove seeds. Them add yogurt and agave syrup. Adjust the quantity of syrup to your taste. I didn't need too much as I had nice sweet raspberries. Princess castle - frozen raspberries and yogurt step1Princess castle - frozen raspberries and yogurt step1
Step2 Pour the preparation to your mold. I have used this castle ice cube mold that I have bought a year ago to make a frozen, castle shape central piece for my daughter's birthday cake. She had a Princess theme birthday party, so there was also a Princess cake:) Freeze for about 4-6 hours.
Princess castle - frozen raspberries and yogurt step3

Step3 Un-mold gently each piece and mount the towers on each other to build the castle. Everything holds for a while, so you have few minutes to admire before it disappears in the little or big (!) tummies! :) Enjoy! Princess castle - frozen raspberries and yogurt step4

Princess castle - frozen raspberries and yogurt

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  • winnie rottem

    This is spectacular !!

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you!!

  • Scarlett

    This is fantastic! I was in awe with the first pic, but in reading the step-by-step, it looks like something that can be done fairly easily. What a great summer treat!

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Yes, Scarlett, it is indeed very easy to make and looks so nice:)

  • Beth @ Hungry Happenings

    I love this mold and how easy this amazing looking project is to create.

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you so much Beth! I love your amazing creations:)

  • Judy

    What a great idea. I just love this mold.
    Judy

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thanks Judy, I love it too! You can make cute things with it.

  • Kate at Home

    This is just so adorable. My daughter is too old really, but I may just have to make one anyway!

    Kate x

    Kate at Home

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thanks Kate

      • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

        Thanks Kate! You are never too old for cute things:)

  • Rachel

    Whoa... that's fantastic! What a fun way to eat berries! I would love to link to your how-to if you didn't mind.

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you Rachel. You may link to the recipe, no problem!

      • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

        I would never make it on my own! :) Not sure about other molds, I was looking for a princess theme and found this one, which worked great.

  • Burnt Apple

    And I thought you had sculpted this from hand yourself, taking hours and hours to make this. :) I love it! Do they have any other molds besides princesses?

  • Tammy Northrup

    This couldn't be any cuter! I'm sure it tastes as good as it looks.

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you Tammy. Yes, it did, my daughter loved it!

  • GailBP

    This is so cute...too cute to eat. But it's also healthy, so it needs to be eaten : )
    Great job.

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you! Yes, I try as much as I can to make fruit & yogurt based desserts for my daughter to avoid to many sweets..

  • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

    Thank you Nancy! I already joined your party few times, will visit again for sure:)

  • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

    Thank you so much Tina!

  • Tricia Nightowlmama

    so creative I LOVE IT!! I be it taste delicious too

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you Tricia!

  • http://clubnarwhal.blogspot.com/ Amy | Club Narwhal

    This is so cute and creative! I would never have thought to use silicon molds to make a frozen treat as lovely as this!

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you Amy! Indeed, you can make cute treats with silicon molds.

  • Lindsey Whitney

    Visiting from Lady Behind the Curtain -- that is BEYOND adorable!!

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you so much Lindsey!

  • Elena

    This is seriously the cutest thing I've ever seen! How adorable! I saw you featured over at Pursuit of a Functional Home :o) I had to pin this to multiple boards! Hope you have a great week!

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      Thank you so much Elena! So glad you liked it!

  • K Holt

    This is seriously AWESOMESAUCE! Pinned!!
    K-

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Kiddie Foodies

      THANKS!

  • Lea Erus

    Wow! I love it!!!

    • http://www.kiddiefoodies.com/ Gosia @ Kiddie Foodies

      Thanks!!

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