Prep 5 mins
Cook 4 hrs
This was found in Family Fun magazine July 2007 issue. I just used regular popsicle molds, but their suggestion for the cones would make them look like more authentic Bomb Pops.
- 3 cups vanilla yogurt
- red food coloring
- white food coloring
- blue food coloring
- wax paper
- 6 sugar ice cream cones
- 6 wooden popsicle sticks
- To make a half dozen pops, tint 1/2 cup of the yogurt with red food coloring and 1 1/2 cups with blue food coloring. Leave the rest plain.
- Make waxed paper cone liners by folding six 12-inch square sheets into triangles, wrapping each around a sugar cone, and using tape to hold the shape. Then place the paper cones inside the sugar cones.
- Fill each cone with 1 tablespoon red yogurt, followed by 2 tablespoons white yogurt, then 3 tablespoons blue yogurt. Insert a Popsicle stick and freeze the pops until firm, about 4 hours, using the cone box with six circles cut out to keep them upright.
Fun to make I might try vanilla, blueberry an d strawberry yogurt as a variation.
So simple! What an AWESOME way to make colorful 4th of July popsicles!
My kids love yogurt! What a fun way to eat it!!!