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Frozen Yogurt Discs


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frozen yogurt dropsThis is a super simple recipe. The kids can even help you make them. My kids can't wait for the discs to freeze. It's one of their favorite frozen treats.

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Total Time: a few minutes, plus time for freezing.

Yield: As many as you would like.

Source: Pinterest. Not sure of the exact site these are at. everywhere!

Ingredients:

yogurt containers
 

Steps:

  1. Put some wax paper onto a baking sheet. It helps to get the discs off later.
  2. wax paper on trays
     
  3. Scoop some yogurt into a plastic zippy bag. You can make as much or as little as you would like.
  4. yogurt in bags
     
  5. Snip a small piece off the corner of the bag.
  6. cut corner of yogurt in bag
     
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  7. Carefully squeeze a little dollop on the wax paper. Keep squeezing the dollops until you run out of yogurt.
  8. drops of yogurt on tray
     
  9. Optional: You can add a small piece of fruit to each disc if you would like. Then cover with a small amount of yogurt.
  10. Put in the freezer. It doesn't take very long for them to firm up. We wait about an hour or so.
  11. drops of yogurt on trays
     
  12. Pop the discs off to eat, or put in a container for storage.

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July 30, 20150 found this helpful

You have my vote! Great idea. Good for a light snack. Reminds me of the way I freeze bananas. Cut them in slices and freeze on wax paper.

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It's easy to scoop them up with a spatula. I got that idea from a posting on Thriftyfun. I'm surely going to try the yogurt.

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August 5, 20150 found this helpful

They look yummy. Will be try this. I am always looking for a light snack when I get home from work at 12:30 am.

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August 12, 20180 found this helpful

Yum! I'll be doing this as I love frozen yogurt. Thanks.

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August 12, 20182 found this helpful

I just put the small yogurt containers in my freezer for 45 minutes. I then have an almost ice cream that a diabetic can enjoy.

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August 16, 20210 found this helpful

About a year ago I discovered kids GoGurt which comes in tubes. I put the whole box in the freezer. Anytime I want a cold snack at 45 calories, I cut the top off one and just push it up.

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BTW, my kids have grown kids, so I don't have to share.

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