Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Yoplait. All opinions are my own.
The kids are home for the summer and we are filling our days with fun summer activities. One of our favorite activities is swimming, followed by a tasty treat on the back porch — usually an icy pop, ice cream, or snow cone. This summer, instead of purchasing ready made icy pops that are full of sugar with little to no nutritional value, I decided to make our own yogurt pops for my family (adults included) to enjoy during these hot months. I love that these frozen yogurt pops are the perfect wholesome snack to enjoy. Little did I know how much of a favorite these would become and how easy the DIY Frozen Yogurt Pops are to make. The best part? You can get as creative as you’d like with flavors! I already have several flavor combinations that I am going to try this summer.
For our first DIY Frozen Yogurt combination, we used Yoplait Light Vanilla, Original Orange Creme, and Original Strawberry yogurt.
To create your Yoplait Frozen Yogurt Pops, you’ll want to find and use high a quality ice pop molds. I recommend these molds because I’ve used them several times with no issues. The reason I say to use high quality is because I’ve used molds in the past that didn’t hold and the stick would pull right out, wasting the icy pop. We don’t want to waste any money making our icy pops!
Next, fill each mold with your choice of Yoplait Original, Light, Greek, or Gogurt® yogurt. Get creative and layer your yogurt pop to your liking. You can choose one flavor, too if you’d like!
My family loves these DIY Frozen Yogurt Pops. They are a very refreshing choice on a hot summer day. I can’t wait to make more this summer. Here are three more combinations using Yoplait Original Yogurt that I plan to try this summer!
- Yoplait Original Lemon Burst + Yoplait Original Key Lime Pie
- Yoplait Original Pina Colada + Yoplait Original Pineapple
- Yoplait Original Cherry Orchard + Yoplait Original Vanilla
- Yoplait Original Orange Creme – I loved the flavor in the recipe above so much, that I’d love to try this alone – tastes like an orange creamsicle!
What flavor combinations would you try?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Yoplait®. The opinions and text are all mine.