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  • Aurora Kangaspuu

    What a cool idea! Stick a wooden spoon into a container of commercial yogurt. Freeze it & enjoy a frozen yogurt popsicle!

  • Samantha Balmforth

    Such a Cool Idea! Stick Wooden Spoons or Icypole Sticks Right into a Yoghurt Tub and Freeze! Kids healthy snacks

  • Urlene Branch

    Love this idea! Put a wooden spoon into yogurt. Freeze it and enjoy frozen yogurt pops as a healthy snacks or alternative to ice cream!

  • Samantha Kauffman

    In this Crazy Life: Tips and Tricks- The Pinterest Edition!

  • Mariah Boyce

    Love this idea! Put a wooden spoon /popsicle stick into yogurt. Freeze it and enjoy frozen yogurt pops! (reminder!)

  • Megan Burby

    Love this idea! Put a wooden spoon into yogurt. Freeze it and enjoy frozen yogurt pops! Sometimes, a different kind of presentation of a food can help spark a child's interest in trying it. Whether your child will not touch yogurt or if they cannot get enough, these super easy freezer pops are one way of mixing things up in a good way.

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