The Easiest Frozen Yogurt Pops Ever!

frozen yogurt popsI saw this idea from Annily Green on Pinterest and HAD to try it! Immediately! :-)

So last night at the grocery store I picked up this four-pack of strawberry yogurt singles, came home, poked in the four popsicle sticks and popped them in the freezer. (Annie used spoons, but the popsicle sticks worked great!)

This morning I had toasted English Muffin Bread for breakfast…mmmmm can’t get enough of that stuff…and completely forgot about my yogurt treats in the freezer.

About 10:00am my internal “I need a snack” alarm went off and I went in search of something to feed the need. After several minutes of unsuccessful foraging in the kitchen I remembered the frozen morsels waiting for me in the freezer! I separated the cups, ran one under hot tap water for about 10 seconds, slipped off the plastic cup and snack time was ON!

frozen yogurt pops

frozen yogurt pops

What I LOVE about this frozen treat:

They’re FROZEN…duh! I am such a sucker for just about anything (within reason of course!) frozen! I love frozen grapes, bananas, cookies, candy bars, etc, etc, etc …….and now YOGURT!

They are the PERFECT SNACK SIZE!I chose the Activia yogurt singles because they were 4 ounces each instead of the 6 ounces that most of the other brands are. It really was the perfect size. Although I don’t think 2 more ounces would be too bad. :-)

They’re EASY and ECONOMICAL, yet still seem like a bit of an indulgence.

Oh….and they’re DELICIOUS!

Anyway…these made my mouth and tummy so happy…I just had to share!  Enjoy!   :-)

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  1. Karen Denise says

    Just FYI… Freezing kills the active cultures in the yogurt, so if that is a reason for getting the Activia the cultures are no longer alive. Looks delicious though, and I am certainly going to try it.

  2. Angela says

    I keep reading on my online search that freezing the yogurt does not kill the bacteria, only heat will kill bacteria… I wonder what the truth it…

    • H says

      Keeping it frozen stops the bacteria from growing and spreading. Heating will kill it.

  3. Jeanetta says

    The freezing process does not kill any significant amount of the cultures—in fact, during the freezing process the cultures go into a dormant state, but when eaten and returned to a warm temperature within the body, they again become active and are capable of providing all the benefits of cultures in a refrigerated yogurt product.


  4. Donna says

    Hey, even more economical….save/clean the little cups, then refill, cover with foil and pop in the sticks….you can always save more!