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Freeze Yogurt and Pudding For Popsicles

I never could leave well enough alone. I took an easy pudding pop recipe (ala Toys in the Dryer blog) and gave it a little twist. I added some guilt-reducing health benefits by mixing in cherry yogurt, the Jamie Lee Curtis kind. ;)


Make your instant chocolate pudding as directed on the box. I made several pops with half the pudding mix, then I added some cherry yogurt to the remaining half of the mix. But I suppose you could make them all with added yogurt if you like.

Spoon into popsicle cups or whatever you have handy. I saved my yogurt cups just for this. Perfect size. I used wooden, ice cream "spoon sticks" held in place by a piece of cling wrap over the top of the cup. This keeps the stick in the middle of the pudding. Put in freezer until firm.

Source: Pudding pop idea from "Toys in the Dryer" blog.

By ~gloria from western NY


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February 16, 20120 found this helpful

That sounds so delicious! I am going to add the yogurt to mine. I often make these but have never thought to add yogurt!

That is a wonderful idea! Robyn

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February 19, 20120 found this helpful

Thanks Robyn Fed. Adding regular yogurt might be best if children are having some. Save the ones that you added (Activia) yogurt for the grown-ups. I found the new cherry variety Activia goes especially well with the chocolate pudding.

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February 18, 20130 found this helpful

Where can I buy wooden ice-cream spoons?

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February 22, 20130 found this helpful

I just buy yogurt in large containers and pop them into reuse containers such as yogurt, small plastic cups, etc. Stick a plastic spoon in, they can reuse that to the dishwasher as well.


In the summer, I pick up outdated yogurt from the grocery store, toss into the freezer, and it is a cold treat on a hot day for my dog. Vet said wonderful!

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