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Yogurt Popsicles

yogurt popsiclesMr. S. enjoys eating yogurt for his mid morning snack but he realized that the ‘deal’ we got on buying 16 was nearing its expiry date.  He would have to devour 8 in the next two days!  We’re usually good at checking expiry dates but this one must have slipped through the cracks.  We had been to the grocery store where I eyed popsicles and it was there it donned on me how to solve the yogurt issue.  I had some star pop molds from when I made paletas. It was that simple and the yogurts were saved.

Homemade yogurt popsicles are not only healthy and delicious but downright easy to make.  You can use your favorite yogurt or check out BuzzFeed Food article on 33 Super-Cool Popsicles.

6 (100g) yogurt containers
6 pop molds

Spoon yogurt into molds and place in freezer for at least 4 hours (best when left overnight) or until frozen. When ready to eat, briefly run under warm water and gently pry out of mold.

The Culinary Chase’s Note: Don’t have a mold? No problem. Use paper cups and wooden sticks.  OR you could use an ice cube tray, freeze yogurt for 1 hour then insert lollipop sticks and freeze until frozen. When using yogurt to fill molds, gently tap mold for yogurt to settle and allow some space at the top for expansion when freezing. Enjoy!

Yogurt Popsicles
 
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 6 (100g) yogurt containers
  • 6 pop molds
Instructions
  1. Spoon yogurt into molds and place in freezer for at least 4 hours (best when left overnight) or until frozen. When ready to eat, briefly run under warm water and gently pry out of mold.
  2. The Culinary Chase’s Note: Don’t have a mold? No problem. Use paper cups and wooden sticks. OR you could use an ice cube tray, freeze yogurt for 1 hour then insert lollipop sticks and freeze until frozen. When using yogurt to fill molds, gently tap mold for yogurt to settle and allow some space at the top for expansion when freezing. Enjoy!

 

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