12 Reviews

My lips are still smacking away. These are FANTASTIC!! Easy to prepare and the flavor was better than pudding pops from the grocery store. I used frozen Barcarde frozen drink mixes like Pina Colada and Strawberry Daqurri. The only change I made was to use nonfat plain yogurt and skim milk for a light tasting dessert. This is great for those weight watchers out there. I now have to purchase more frozen popcycle containers. LOL Thanks so much for such an outstanding recipe.

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Audrey M August 22, 2003

Very, very good. My son loves these. He likes tangy/sour things, so using plain yogurt and juice concentrate without added sugar works perfectly for us. Thank you for posting!

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SarahGB March 31, 2012

I used orange juice and doubled the recipe. I ended up with an Orange Julius like mix, and had a cup leftover to drink. Tasty!

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maureenebrown August 19, 2010

I doubled the recipe and froze them in plastic cups. They're awesome. I used Welch's 100% Orange Pineapple juice and vanilla yogurt as suggested by others and half cup sugar. other then I followed the directions just doubled the recipe as not to waste the juice or yogurt. These are awesome my kids love them.

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rysharen July 07, 2010

My three boys absolutely loved these. Doubled the recipe, using a 12 oz. frozen 100% juice pomegranate cherry blend, and since I used plain yogurt, added 1/4 cup sugar. With vanilla yogurt, no extra sweetner would have been necessary, also would depend on the type of juice used. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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LonghornMama March 05, 2009

This was easy and delicious. My granddaughter loved making them. We used bathroom cups because that's what we had. I used the vanilla yogurt too. Now her mother is asking for the recipt.

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KaKei August 26, 2008

Such a good healthy alternative. My preschooler loves these.

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Mickey in MN October 07, 2006

These are great! I use 100% (organic) juice and can feel great about giving this wholesome treat to my toddler-who loves it! Thanks Serendipity Elizabeth....

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jennyblender September 26, 2012

I made these exactly as written, using orange juice concentrate. The plain fat free yogurt has a really strong bite and these ended up being quite tart. I'd use vanilla yogurt next time. I'm sure I'll be making this a lot this summer, though.

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ladypit July 08, 2008

In the words of a 3 and a half year old "Mmmm, this is yummy, Mommy!" I agree. I used OJ, and the taste was a bit overpowering for me so I may try a different juice concentrate next time or reduce it from 3/4 to 1/2 cup. I also added a 1/2 cup of frozen raspberries for colour and added flavour, which I added after everything else was mixed and just pulsed a few times so the pieces didn't get too small. Thanks for a great, versatile recipe!

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Debra1113 August 08, 2005
"Healthy for them" yogurt popsicles