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Friday, July 18, 2008

Yummy Summer Treats

I must confess that I am not a big fan of the kitchen. I make food because I have to. Oh well, one can't be gifted in all areas--HA!

My daughter made these treats the other day--I can not stress to you how easy they are. Some of you have probably already made them. She made what she calls-yogurt pops.

To make these you will need: an ice cube tray, toothpicks, and yogurt. We used Trix yogurt as it is a favorite with my kids. You probably could use any yogurt I would think.


Have your child spoon the yogurt into the ice cube tray, then have them stand a toothpick in the yogurt, then put them in the freezer. We didn't need to put plastic wrap over the top to make the toothpicks stand, they stood very well freely. Also, I'm not sure how long they take to freeze as she put them in the freezer one evening, then got them out the next night at dinner.


They love them, especially our youngest. Hope your little one enjoys them too!

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3 comments:

Nilz said...

It is not absolutely necessary that everybody will be Kitchen-addict. However, the recipes you suggest look(???) delicious and rather easy to prepare. Probably, your reluctance to spend long hours within kitchen is the secret behind these minimal-effort recipes. Have a nice time.

HurryUp said...

Really yummy..nice picture

Karen Zemek, author of "My Funny Dad, Harry" said...

That sounds easy enough that even I could make! I bet they're good. Maybe I'll give it a try. I used to make tuna pops for my first cat just by pouring some of the tuna juice on top of ice cubes and refreezing them. My cat loved licking them on a hot day.