This “recipe” is something I shared a few years ago, but it’s so fun and easy I thought I’d bring it to the forefront again. Frozen yogurt pops that take 20 seconds – if that – to make! Perfect for the warmer days ahead.
So here’s an idea. It’s so simple, easy, and really kind of obvious that I’m sure I’m not the first to think of it. But I’ll just keep deluding myself for awhile that I’m the first brilliant blogger to dream up the idea.
Pick up a 4-ounce, kid-sized yogurt like Yo-Baby from Stonyfield Organic or L’il Yami. Make sure it’s a delicious flavor – I’m partial to peach and strawberry, and I like the whole milk versions best.
Now grab a chopstick. Stab the chopstick through the foil lid, right into the yogurt, all the way to the bottom.
Now freeze for a couple of hours until solid. Remove it from the freezer, run a little water over the container, and gently pull the container off.
By Georgina, you’ve done it! Frozen Yogurt Pops!
These are the perfect healthy, warm-weather treat for kids. They taste like they should be a naughty dessert, but, of course, they’re really good for you. I say they’re ideal for the little ones, but they’re pretty great for adults, too. I mean, my child is all of three months of age, a little young to partake of after-school snacks. So I ate hers for her. I’m selfless like that.
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Originally shared on my old blog, The Hazel Bloom, on March 30, 2012
The Simplest Frozen Yogurt Pops Ever
- 4 4-ounce whole milk yogurt cups like Stonyfield Organic Yo Baby or L'il Yami
- 4 chopsticks
- Poke the pointy end of the chopstick through the top of the foil lid of the yogurt. Push it in all the way to the bottom.
- Freeze for 2 - 3 hours, or until solid.
- Remove from freezer and rinse the container under warm water for a couple of seconds, until the container pulls off easily.