Easter Yogurt Pops
Frozen yogurt is always a fun treat. I wanted to create a fun way to incorporate Easter into our afternoon snacks and that is where I came up with these Easter Yogurt Pops. These are a guilt-free snack that is nice and sweet with a bit of a crunch and will surely put a smile on your sweet children’s faces! Plus parents enjoy sneaking one or two for themselves!
These Easter yogurt pops are so simple and fun to make. Instead of handing a bowl of yogurt to your child topped with granola, you can transform it into a creative treat. Let’s be honest here, I think it is safe to say any kid loves anything that is served on a stick. It instantly makes it into the coolest snack ever because of the stick!
Have fun with these yogurt pops by using your favorite flavors of yogurt. Pour the yogurt into your favorite fun shaped molds. Then top with your granola, freeze, and wait for your frozen treats to be ready. It is crazy simple and kids of all ages (including you, Mom and Dad) will devour these yogurt pops instantly.
Ask your children to help you find some fun molds to pour the yogurt into- I shared my favorite ones below. Your kiddos will end up talking about their creation for days on end. You can find all kinds of molds in unique and fun shapes at your local store or online. I prefer the molds with a variety of shapes that I can use to fit the holiday or theme. You can make these yogurt pops for just about any occasion.
Ingredients For Easter Yogurt Pops
- 4- 6 oz. containers of yogurt, any flavors
- Easter bunny silicone candy mold (link below)
- 1 cup of granola
- sucker sticks (link below)
1. Fill the molds with the different flavor yogurts.
2. Put a sucker stick in each one and sprinkle granola over the tops.
3. Freeze for about 1-2 hours or until frozen solid.
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Easter Yogurt Pops
- 4- 6 oz. Containers of Yogurt, any flavors
- Easter Bunny Silicone Candy Mold
- 1 Cup of Granola
- Sucker Sticks
Fill the molds with the different flavor yogurts.
Put a sucker stick in each one, then sprinkle granola over the tops.
Freeze for about 1-2 hours or until frozen solid.