Frozen Yogurt Drops

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What you need:

Your favorite yogurt (Dannon Light Strawberry)
A baggie
Cookie or Jelly Roll Pan
Wax or Parchment Paper

Spoon or pour your yogurt into a baggie and place in the freezer for about 15 minutes so it will firm up a bit. Check it in about 10 depending on your freezer settings.  * Placing it in the freezer helps get a more uniformed yogurt dot.  Also, the yogurt will pretty much pour out the bag if you just try to do it straight out the fridge.

Pull your yogurt baggie out the freezer and snip the very corner off a side.  Not too big, because the yogurt will not come out neat.  Squeeze your dots onto your covered pan and once done you want to place the whole pan in the freezer...the longer they are in the longer they will stay frozen.  We only did about 1 hour and pulled them.  They start defrosting pretty fast.  Super cold yogurt...no complaints and it is a great healthy snack.  I hope you enjoy these if you get a chance to try them out.  A really simple and budget friendly way to beat the heat this Summer. 

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3 comments:

Amy @Consider Me Inspired said...

Looks delicious and easy. Pinning to try. Thanks, Amy!! :)

Amy @Consider Me Inspired said...

LOL ... I just made these two days ago! Hahaha

They turned out great! I like to take them to the gym and get a quick snack in before or after class.

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