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Frozen Yogurt Drops with Hefty Slider Bags


It’s hot, and if your kid is anything like mine, that means they like cold treats. Daily. On the hour if possible. So, I’m obliged to come up with a few treats that I am oh-so-thrilled to serve them on a regular and ongoing basis, like these frozen yogurt drops. Much like the frozen yogurt pops, they combine two things my kids love into one tasty and healthy snack. They’re so easy to make, in fact, my kids can nearly do it themselves.


  • Squish 1 of 4
    Squish
    Mix 2 cups yogurt and 2-3 tablespoons jam together in a Hefty bag.
    We used our <a href=homemade peach raspberry jam.
  • Snip the Tip 2 of 4
    Snip the Tip
    Cut a small, 1/4" piece off one corner of the bag containing the yogurt.
  • Piped Dots 3 of 4
    Piped Dots
    Gather the bag together and pipe out small dots on a parchment-linedbaking sheet. When you're finished, place the sheet in the freezer.
  • Frozen 4 of 4
    Frozen
    When the dots are frozen, remove them from the parchment and eat immediately, or store in a second Hefty bag until ready to eat for a cool and delicious summer treat.

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