Published on August 5, 2020 | Last Updated on January 18, 2022
I hate throwing out expired food so I’m trying to do a better job of using what’s in the fridge and pantry before that happens. We call this ‘must go’ and during quarantine, we’ve had a lot of must go meals! I was going through the fridge the other day and noticed Piper’s yogurt pouches were close to expiring so I decided to get creative.
The ice cream pop molds were a Homegoods find but I’m linking similar options below! The options are endless with these. I plan on adding in some frozen fruit and making smoothie pops soon!
Squeeze the yogurt into the molds. For the vanilla and chocolate swirl, I first add vanilla yogurt and then poured chocolate milk to the top. Add the sticks to the molds and put them in the freezer for a few hours. Once frozen, remove the tops and they’re ready! You can dip in sprinkles or mini chocolate chips if you have them on hand. Enjoy!
One way to make frozen yogurt pops is to try different yogurt flavors. This way, you can have a variety of flavors and not get bored with the same flavor over and over again. You can also experiment with different combinations of flavors to create unique popsicles.
Another way to add some fun extras to yogurt pops is to add some ingredients from your favorite food. For example, if you love peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, then you could put the two flavors together in a frozen yogurt pop. You can also experiment with different combinations of flavors to create unique popsicles
Before making your yogurt pops, it is important to choose the right popsicle molds. There are a variety of different popsicle mold shapes and sizes on the market, so it is important to find the ones that will work best for you. If you want to make big popsicles, then you will need a bigger mold. If you want to make more intricate popsicles with multiple flavors, then you will need a mold that can hold multiple popsicles.
If you really want to make your yogurt pops special, try adding some fun extras like fruit or sprinkles. You should also keep your molds in the freezer so that your popsicles freeze faster and don’t become watery.