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DIY Frozen Yoplait Trix Yogurt Pops

By bellalimento |

My kids absolutely adore Yoplait Trix yogurt. They love the colors. They love the flavors. I love that there are no artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners! It’s a win win! For a special summertime treat, we’ll break out the craft sticks and turn them into frozen treats. They don’t take long at all to freeze because of their perfect size, AND there’s no fussing with containers, pouring, nada. The kids can even make them themselves. That is if they don’t eat the entire box first!

DIY Frozen Yoplait Trix Yogurt Pops
What you’ll need:
Yoplait Trix yogurt
Popsicle/craft sticks

What to do:
1. Place a small slit in the top of the foil on the yogurt. Insert Popsicle stick.

2. Place in freezer until frozen.

3. To un-mold. Run pop under warm water for a few seconds. Remove foil and discard. Pull pop from container.
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Paula Jones started her blog, Bell'alimento, in 2009 as a place to share her recipes with her friends and family. Along with her delicious recipes being a staple on Babble's Food channel, Jones has been featured on sites such as: Saveur, CNN’s Eatocracy, The Cooking Channel, and The Washington Post.

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16 thoughts on “DIY Frozen Yoplait Trix Yogurt Pops

  1. Colleen says:

    My kids don’t really like yogurt but I think they’d eat this! So cute too!

  2. dadcamp says:

    I’ve done that with big tubs to DIY some frozen yogurt before, hadn’t thought about the small cups for instant summer treat.

    Great tip!

  3. Karol says:

    Next time my kids are begging to go our for Fro Yo, I’m going to whip one of these out of the freezer! haha

  4. Emily says:

    It’s such a simple idea, but it looks really tasty!

  5. ombrefan says:

    They’re ombre popsicles!

  6. marinka says:

    very fun! Who doesn’t love popsicles? And I especially like that kids can be involved in the creation. Fun colors!

  7. mackicayloma says:

    Wow, so simple with zero clean-up, just what ever parent needs. I might take couple of bites prior to freezing and add some berries for fun.

  8. Elsie says:

    Totally with Colleen on this one. My kids hate yogurt, but I bet I could pass this off as a popsicle

  9. Janice Croze says:

    This looks SO easy. I’m going to get some of these and make them for Olivia and Jackson.

  10. Danielle says:

    YUM! These are perfect for the summer! I deff will be trying them before fall kicks in!

  11. Kelsey says:

    This is a cool thing to do for kids – they would love it for dessert!

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  13. laurenjimeson says:

    So easy and looks so delicious!

  14. Whit says:

    It’s so simple. What a great idea!

  15. Meghan Gesswein says:

    This is my kind of recipe. So easy, and my kids would love it.

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