Friday, April 6, 2012

Yogurt Pops


                   YOGURT POPS

So it's Friday and the warm weather is Rapidly approaching. It's time for lighter meals and healthier eating. With that said I decided to put my "Cake Pop" pan to good use. I bought a container of Fat Free Strawberry Yogurt and placed it in a plastic baggie for easy pouring. Clamped the cake pop pan with the two yellow rubber clips it came with...Filled the cake pop pan (Make sure you shake and bang on the table or you will get air bubbles) and add some pop sticks when they are full. {Freeze} They are ready in an hour...Depending on how cold your freezer is. Once you take them out the top lid will pop right off. If they stick you can fill up your sink with warm water and place pan in the water just for a few seconds. Then you have DELICIOUS Yogurt Pops!!!! A nice Healthy Spring/Summer Treat!! I have to admit I am making a batch dipped in chocolate then refreezing on a tray....Have a little Fun....Without the Guilt!! I will let you know how they come out!! 

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13 comments:

Heather Broussard said...

I love this idea! Do you think it's possible to decorate these with sprinkles, colored sugar, etc...?

Sarah Renee said...

Hi Heather :) yes!! If you want to put sprinkles and stuff on them, just put the frozen yogurt pop under running water for a second. That will make it a little sticky so the sprinkles will stay on :)

Stilin Studio said...

Hi! What brand cake pop pan do you have?

Sarah Renee said...

I have the one that says "as seen tv" the one from the commercial when cake pops started becoming popular. Although I think you can buy them at target now for 10 dollars :) wish I knew the name of it but I threw out the box :/

cassie naasz said...

Also works awesome for pudding pops!!!!

Sarah Renee said...

No way Cassie! I'm going to try that today!! Thanks for the tip :) ~ Sarah with an H

Luzzy said...

I have pinned your pops!!! they are very cute
I will follow you
Bye

Sarah Renee said...

Awe thank you, you are so sweet :)

Anonymous said...

I love this do you have any other fun kid friendly ideas =0)

Sarah Renee said...

Thank you... Yes I have quite a few but you may have to poke around :) Check out Glow Bath, my nephew thought that was a BLAST!

http://sarahontheblog.blogspot.com/2012/05/glow-bath.html

Francesca N said...

How many pops do you get out of a container of yogurt?

Sarah Renee said...

About 24-30 yogurt pops :)

Francesca N said...

Thank you so much!

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