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Try These Homemade Popsicles For A Post-Run Treat

What could be better after a sweltering summer run than a cool popsicle. Try these homemade popsicles that not only help you rehydrate, but are made with protein-rich Greek yogurt, nut butter and tart cherry juice to aid in a speedy recovery.

Post-Run Popsicles

1 cup fresh berries
½ cup tart cherry juice
¼ cup nut butter
¼ cup honey
1 cup Greek Yogurt

Blend together tart cherry juice and berries until they form a liquid mixture. Set aside. Mix nut butter and honey together in a separate bowl. Use a popsicle mold that yields 6 popsicles. Alternate pouring in berry mixture, nut butter and honey mixture, and add scoops of greek yogurt. Keep layering until you reach the top of the popsicle molds. Freeze overnight and enjoy after your next run!

Run Far Girl

Run Far Girl

Sarah Canney is author of, freelance writer, running coach and creator of Run Far Gear and Rise.Run.Retreat. After running on the roads for nearly 14 years, Sarah recently transitioned to trail and mountain running and is an avid snowshoe runner. She is mom to three little ones, whom she homeschools. Sarah is also a passionate fundraiser for the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock, where her son, Jack received care as an infant. After a nine-year battle with anorexia and bulimia, Sarah has reached a point of peace and freedom and openly shares her journey to recovery. You can also find Sarah on Twitter and Instagram as @runfargirl.