Photo Fridays: How to Make Frozen Rainbow Yogurt Drops

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I’ve seen these on Pinterest and when I got the Tillamook Light Yogurt I knew I would have to make the healthiest frozen yogurt drops on the block!

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And because I took so many photos (that I love how they turned out) I knew this had to be a photo friday post!

How to make Frozen Rainbow Yogurt Drops

I first picked out my yogurts by color (just as I did with the Rainbow Yogurt Parfait).

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You will need:

  • A plastic bag for each color
  • scissors
  • spoon
  • cookie sheet
  • plastic wrap

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Fill your bag with yogurt and cut the corner out of the bag.

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Cover your cookie sheet with plastic wrap.

Squeeze small dollops of yogurt on the cookie sheet.

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The yogurt holds it shape pretty well.

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You don’t have to do rainbow but it makes it even more fun!

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Place them in the freezer to flash freeze – they take an hour or two at the most to freeze.

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Beware of sneaky little boys who may try and grab up your left over yogurt!

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When they are frozen just peel them off the saran wrap (quickly) and place in the freezer to enjoy anytime!

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What is your favorite way of eating yogurt?

[box icon="none"]Disclaimer: I was given samples of Tillamook Light Yogurt used in this post. My opinions (and my boys)  are my own (and theirs), if we love it we share it.[/box]

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