Frozen Yogurt Dots!

Here it is…another installment of Jillee’s Favorite Frozen Treats!  Everytime I see an idea for a new frozen treat idea…I can hardly WAIT to try it! This one was NO exception! Saw this on Pinterest and knew it was MADE JUST FOR ME! :-)

As much as I love the Frozen Yogurt Pops that I posted about a couple of weeks ago and have since probably eaten at least a dozen of! This idea had a different kind of appeal because I was pretty sure even my picky eaters who don’t like the yogurt with fruit pieces mixed into it would like these plain, flavored dots! And I was right!  They ate them like candy! After all, they look like they COULD be candy. :-)  But they are frozen, creamy deliciousness!  MUCH better in my book. :-)

Oh and they freeze SUPER FAST! So if you’re in a hurry for your frozen snack….pop some dots in the freezer and in less than an hour from now you’ll be enjoying your own delicious creamy treat!





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  1. Kay Johnson says

    Jillee, I found this on Pinterest and felt compelled to report it to you. It is your photos off this blog that have post without crediting you and no link. As fellow website owner it infuriates me that people break copyright and steal our work. Here is the Pinterest link…
    http://pinterest.com/pin/258957047293785175/
    You can report it a copyright infringement to Pinterest and they will take it down. I've done this 3 times myself. Good luck!
    Kay Johnson
    andtheniateit.com

    • says

      When it’s posted on pinterest, it does link back (as does the one you linked to) and actually generates click thrus for the blog that originally posted it. It’s actually a great way to create buzz about your blog and get more followers. Definitely not a bad thing at all. You’ll notice when you click the link you posted, in the upper right it shows this blog name as where it came from… and when you click the image, it takes you to this blog entry. That’s how I got here :) Never had seen this blog before, and I’m a new reader thanks to that post on pinterest.

    • Lauren says

      I, too, found this via pinterest… And yes, it did link properly. It’s a GREAT way to get traffic to your blog. I have my own blog and very frequently pin my own things as “advertisement.” And I have had a VERY large increase in traffic. :) Happy reading & pinning.

    • Vanessa says

      I am sorry but you don’t seem to understand how Pinterest works. I checked out the link above and it does link to this website and it even says “onegoodthingbyjille.com on top. You have to click on the picture and it automatically sends you here.

    • Vanessa says

      Kay I feel compelled to let you know that the fact the you don’t allow pinning on your website is a big turn off. Do you not realize that if someone pins your recipe it will link back to your website and create more traffic on it?

      • Carrie says

        I completely agree. While it is true about what Kay said about Copy Right Infringement, in this day and age that is kind of ridiculous to think this way. Don’t you want people to create the recipes? Like so many have said, Pinterest links back to the original location – bringing traffic to the site. Her comments are a complete turn off….

      • Lara says

        Vanessa, I’m sorry but man…you have a snotty attitude. Everyone else was so nice about explaining it to her and you? Not so nice.

      • Heather says

        Well Vanessa, a lot of us have gone completely through Pinterest and have figured out there is a “Pint It” option to add to one’s web browser….

    • Michelle says

      you know what is most frusturating about your comment. If you read the begining of this post, she found the idea on pinterest and did it took pictures of it and uploaded them herself, whos to say thats not what the people did that you claim stole your work!!

    • Linda says

      I came to this site the exact same way from Pintrest. I would never have ventured here without that link. Whoever Kay Johnson is..she should check out the facts. Goodness!

    • Jay Joy says

      I realize this is old, but in this day and age if you’re still getting your panties in a bunch about people stealing things from your website, you’re really stuck in an era. Have fun back there in the 80′s…

  2. Jill Nystul says

    Kay…thank you SO much for letting me know! I saw the pictures being circulated by someone other than me….but I had no idea where they came from! Thank you thank you thank you!

    • Vanessa says

      I don’t get this. The link Kay posted above sent me HERE. It does give you credit. It seems it’s not you but Kay who has her panties up in a bunch. I went to her website and she doesn’t allow anyone to pin her recipes. Does she not realize that when someone pins her recipe it will create more traffic to her website? Oh well, that’s too bad for her. Like I said I found your website through that link she posted. I will have to try these. They look like they would be fun to eat especially for my kids. Thanks.

    • says

      I also do not understand since you have a Pinterest Button right here on your site….does not that allow any of us to post the link, which directs ANYONE back to this very blog? Confused!!

      • Erica says

        Lol I’m confused too. When I click the link it takes me to someones pin of these yogurt bites, but it was pinned via Jillee’s pinterest! Not even directly by the person from the website. That’s how pinterest works. If I repin something you pinned LOTS of other people can pin it via MY pinterest. I don’t claim it’s mine, I repin for my future use and other people happen to like it and repin it too. It all links back to the original pinner anyway. Also, you can probably find pins of MOST of the blog posts here on pinterest. That’s how I found out about the blog in the first place (I’ve seen atleast 3 pins of different posts, which has me now searching this page for other things that might interest me). The original report was intended to be helpful, but I think misguided. Repinners don’t claim credit, and they drive traffic to your site……thought that was the goal of most bloggers.

  3. Catch says

    Does this change the texture and bitterness (at least to me) when it's frozen? I'd like to eat yogurt, but I can't stand the texture.

    Also, if you use non-fat, plain yogurt, you can make these for dogs! :)

    • Tracey says

      It does change the texture and taste a bit…I froze mine and it makes them taste more like ice-cream that is super frozen….It only took a few mins and as long as you don’t hold them in your hand they will stay frozen for long enough. I filled the bottom of a small butter bowl/tub with them and my boys carried the bowl around while they ate them with no mess!

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