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Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Delilicious: Yogurt Popsicles

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Kids love ice cream, but they may find a frozen yogurt dessert equally delightful — especially if they help make it. With Fourth of July quickly approaching, you can entertain your tots with a kitchen task from which they can reap the benefits later.

I found a delicious recipe for frozen yogurt popsicles on Cooks.com. The simple three step process will have you all grinning from ear to ear. To check out the yummy recipe,

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Frozen Yogurt Treats

Frozen Yogurt Treats

Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Ingredients

  1. 1 c. plain yogurt
  2. 1 sliced banana
  3. 1 tsp. vanilla
  4. 1 c. fruit juice or fruit chunks
  5. Favorites are: orange or pineapple juice and peaches

Directions

Blend ingredients together and pour into small paper cups or popsicle molds. Freeze. Place a popsicle stick in each cup when half frozen.

If you want to make them holiday themed, change the fruit to strawberries, coconut and blueberries and layer the flavors to create a red, white and blue treat! If layering, make sure previous layers are frozen before mixing them together.

To serve, turn cup upside down and run hot water over it until popsicle slides out.
Makes 4-5.

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ayuninur ayuninur 8 years
i want one!
ayuninur ayuninur 8 years
i want one!
MindayH MindayH 8 years
fsquaash - I love that idea!
MindayH MindayH 8 years
fsquaash - I love that idea!
fsquaash fsquaash 8 years
An even easier method--Take a baby yogurt cup and stick a Popsicle stick (or plastic spoon handle) through the top. Place in freezer overnight and you've got yogurt on a stick. Just run it under hot water for a few seconds to separate the Popsicle from the cup.
fsquaash fsquaash 8 years
An even easier method-- Take a baby yogurt cup and stick a Popsicle stick (or plastic spoon handle) through the top. Place in freezer overnight and you've got yogurt on a stick. Just run it under hot water for a few seconds to separate the Popsicle from the cup.
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