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  • Kaitlyn Scala

    YOGURT POPS “Cake Pop” pan to good use. Fat Free Strawberry Yogurt and placed it in a plastic baggie for easy pouring. Clamped the cake pop pan with the two yellow rubber clips it came with…Filled the cake pop pan Make sure you shake and bang on the table or you will get air bubbles and add pop sticks when they are full. Freeze They are ready in an hour. – I need to do this with pudding! @ Tasty Holiday Food Ideas

  • Audrey Mason

    Frozen yogurt pops - could use a cake pop pan to make frozen greek yogurt covered strawberries....

  • Sarah Stenzel

    A healthy treat on a warm day! #YogurtPops

  • Goshen Central School District

    Great idea for a fun and healthy snack! Use regular or Greek yogurt to make yogurt pops with a "Cake Pop" pan.

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Snack Ideas-though I think I'd use plain yogurt and fresh fruit blended until smooth :)

Tried and loved! I used mini muffin tins in freezer to create bite size servings.

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