Fro-yo Popsicles




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Introduction: Fro-yo Popsicles

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This is another super simple popsicle recipe which takes 2-3 hours to make. It is made of yogurt only. It is also very creamy and delicious!

So, let's get started!

Step 1: Ingredients/Materials

Ingredients :

1) Yogurt (any flavour you like)

2) Some toppings (nuts, chocolate etc)

Materials :

1) A popsicle mould

2) A spoon (not pictured)

Step 2: Preparing the Popsicles

Mix the toppings with the yogurt (I used some chocolate sauce). Then, stick a popsicle stick in the centre and put it in the freezer.

Step 3: Finished!

Wait for 2-3 hours and remove from the freezer. Using some warm water (or your hands), soften it a bit. Then, remove it and enjoy as it is or add your favourite toppings!

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    That looks delicious.

    As a suggested modification for those who don't like to potentially get sticky hands, you could probably push the stick through the center of a piece of wax paper cut to fit the cup. and then push that into the center of the yogurt being sure to carefully nest the paper against the surface of the yogurt. Would also help people who might not have the cleanest freezer to keep from potentially getting weird flavors in your fro-yo pop.

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    That is a very neat idea! I hate when I get melted pops on my hands. Thanks for the suggestion!

    Just curious, why put it in a mold and not just use the yougurt cup?

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    You can do that as well, but my yogurt cups were pretty small. Also, putting it in a mould can give some cool designs to the pops. Thanks for the idea!