Frozen yogurt melts

Frozen yogurt melts
Frozen yogurt melts
Hi, I am Sarah and I blog over at The Winthrop Chronicles. I have always liked making my own baby food. Recently I made my daughter some frozen yogurt melts.  Her food options are limited at her age, and I have bought the dried yogurt melts at the store, these are basically the same thing, just frozen. These are perfect for her because they are so cold, it must feel good on her teething gums.
Frozen yogurt melts
All you do is put some yogurt in a plastic bag, cut off one of the corners and squeeze it on a cookie sheet to make the little drops. Just like a frosting piping bag. Stick it in the freezer and that’s it!
Frozen yogurt melts
Frozen yogurt melts
Frozen yogurt melts
Frozen yogurt melts
Frozen yogurt melts
Frozen yogurt melts
Frozen yogurt melts
And she loves them!
Frozen yogurt melts
 
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Ingredients
  • Yogurt of choice
  • Plastic bag
Instructions
  1. Put your yogurt in a plastic bag.
  2. Cut off one of the corners of the bag.
  3. Squeeze yogurt onto a cookie sheet to make the little drops.
  4. Stick it in the freezer.

About our guest…
Hi, I’m Sarah and I blog over at The Winthrop Chronicles. I am so excited to be here with you today! I am a stay at home mom of three little ones. I love it and stay pretty busy, but have always loved crafting and decorating, so I do that any chance I get. I would love for you to stop by my blog for my Share It Link Party on Tuesdays or follow me on Facebook or Pinterest!
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Comments

  1. Melinda--Marshmallow Mudpie says

    I know this is about the yogurt, and it is such a great idea – especially for the summer, but those big blue eyes are just gorgeous! :)

  2. Mary says

    I 2nd the big beautiful blue eyes on her!!
    I just recently froze some greek yogurt and blended some strawberry and banana to it, and froze 2 oz bullets. But my little guy didn’t seem too enthralled with them, so I may have to try this!
    Thanks

  3. LNL says

    How long does it take for the yogurt to get melty and messy? My preschooler is the world’s slowest eater . . .

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