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    • Make your own Go-Gurts

      Make your own Go-gurts Love the idea of Grab & Go yogurt, but hate the expense and added sugar of the prepackaged ones? Here's a simple do it yourself recipe for making your own handy on the go- healthy yogurt snacks.
      First, we highly recommend these lovely Norpro pop makers, they're great for making your own grab and go yogurts- they're washable, reusable, environmentally friendly and reasonably priced.

      You'll Need the following PER Pop:
      1/3 c. of Yogurt, any flavor (You can also Make your Own)
      2 T. Raisins, Chocolate Chips, Granola or Fruit Chunks

      Mix together, place in a baggie or fill the pop maker, freeze overnight. Toss into the lunchbag and they'll be ready to eat by lunchtime. For the baggies- simply snip off a corner and eat like a go-gurt, for the Norpro pops, just pop the top and squeeze the tube!
      Comments 4 Comments
      1. dct9000's Avatar
        Thank you. Just the thing for my gchildren when they visit in the summer.
      1. valisyoung's Avatar
        Can kids easily push the yogurt up from the norpro pop makers if the yogurt is frozen? My two year old only likes them frozen.
      1. FreebieQueen's Avatar
        Quote Originally Posted by valisyoung View Post
        Can kids easily push the yogurt up from the norpro pop makers if the yogurt is frozen? My two year old only likes them frozen.
        Yes, you must first rinse them under hot water to loosen them like you would any popsicle mold.
      1. valisyoung's Avatar
        awesome! thank you for the answer!

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