Want to hear my secret weapon for dealing with summer heat? Add ICE!
Here is what you’ll need:
Plain vanilla yogurt
That’s it. I don’t use exact measurements. I just start mixing yogurt and juice (I use a glass Pyrex 1 cup measuring cup) until I get the flavor I like. Use a whisk to mix it up. Pour into molds, freeze and enjoy.
We regularly eat this for a bedtime snack (hence the wet hair and lack of clothes–the Sweet Bee just had a bath).
I wrote about last year’s Popsicle concoctions here.
Make and Takes recently had this great post: Treats to Keep the Kids Cool for Summer. We made our own watermelon popsicles and they were a winner at our house!
As you can tell, we had fun with a few different shapes.
Next we loaded grapes on a skewer. Amazing! My kids have been picky about grapes lately, but they’ll eat them frozen! I think the skewer adds to the excitement.
All this talk of popsicles makes me want to start singing that Popsicle song from the 60’s (no, I’m not that old–my parents just made sure I was thoroughly exposed to the music of that decade).
4 thoughts to “All Things Frozen Day 3: Frozen Snacks on a Stick”
I have loved all your frozen things. Great ideas for the HOT summer. About the bread- just leave it out & I am sure it'll be just fine- or add oats instead if you have them.
You really have a fun collection of all things frozen! The frozen treats look yummy!
Could you tell me where you got your popcicle molds?
Lori-I bought my molds from Bed, Bath and Beyond for $2 or $3.