Prep 2 mins
Cook 20 mins
I used to eat these all the time when I was little. Healthy and yummy, this is a good alternative for when kids want something sweet or something cold. They're still great especially for hot weather and for a healthy snack. Any kind of yogurt can be used (my favorite is Dannon's Lemon) or juice (I like apple or orange). Much better than store-bought or popsicles that contain Kool-Aid. And don't save them for the kids! They're great on-the-go snacks for everyone! (cook time is a freeze-time estimate) Use a popsicle mold (availiable at places like Target, Walmart and some groceries) or paper cups.
- wooden popsicle sticks
- juice or yogurt
- Pour in yogurt or juice into mold (or cup and place stick in).
- For Vegan use just the juice or a soy yogurt.
I used to eat these as a child. My favorite was made with plain yogurt mixed with lemonade concentrate.
I used to eat these all the time when I was little, too (which is not surprising, as the recipe was posted by my sister.) I love them. You can kind of suck the juice out of the juice popsicles, and they're not quite as sticky as the commercial cornsyrup kind. The yogurt ones sound weird until you try them, but they are cold and creamy at the same time and so, so good.
Mixed wild cherry juice with cherry yoghurt and had 3 happy little lickers on my hands a couple of hours later. A much healthier (and WAY cheaper) alternative to store-bought icecream cones.