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Yogurt Treats

This is great for hot summer days when you want a cool treat.


  • Yogurt of any flavor
  • left over fruit bits
  • left over juice
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  • Skim milk if you are short on juice


When the quarts of yogurt are on sale during the summer, my family likes yogurt treats. We do one of two things with the yogurt (you can either get plain, vanilla or flavored).

  1. Put any left over fruit into the blender along with any left over bits of fruit juice and puree it. You can mix juices and fruits. Next mix in your yogurt and blend well. It should be rather runny at this point. Now you can either stop and chill it and drink it as a smoothie or go to step 2. If it isn't runny enough, you can add a bit of skim milk or kool-aid.

  2. Pour into Popsicle molds or ice cube trays with a stick in each one. Freeze and enjoy.

With the smoothies, we have found that after step one, we can use a funnel and fill a water bottle 3/4 full and freeze. Then take along for picnics or field trips. By the time we are ready for lunch, it is thawed, but still cold, and keeps the rest of our lunch cool as well.

Sometimes I keep bits of leftovers in a jar in the freezer. Then when it's full, we thaw it out. I add the left over juice from canned fruit, left over fruits, and such to the jar. That makes a great "mystery flavor" treat.

By mom-from-missouri from NW MO

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