Sunday, June 29, 2014

Yogurt Fudge Pops

So Kat and I made a batch of fudge pops, we started with one base and changed it up twice to get 3 flavors in one batch. And out of all three types this our #1 choice for Homemade Fudge Pops-  

Our Base was- 
1c. Homemade Vanilla Yogurt
2T. Cocoa Powder 
3T. Honey

 These are using the base and adding a little bit of non-fat milk, everyone thought they were ok. They ranked 3rd in our family taste test. 

These we used the base mix, 1/2c. frozen cherries and about 1/4c. nonfat milk, these ranked 2nd. 

These ranked #1 and everyone LOVED them- to the base we added 2T. Peanut Butter, 3T. Almond Joy Creamer and an extra T. of Cocoa powder. 
As I sit here typing this my girls are in the kitchen mixing up another batch of these :) 

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

doTerra Yogurt Pops
Mix together-
1/2c. milk (your choice dairy or non)
2c. greek yogurt
1/4c. honey (optional)
1/2t. vanilla extract
4 drops doTerra Essential Oil,
EO suggestions- lemon, lime, wild orange, grapefruit, lavender
Put into popsicle molds and freeze until set. 

               These Popsicles were made using the Lemon EO and another batch with the Wild Orange EO, they turned out really good and I am already plotting other flavor combos- 
like a Lemon/Lavender one:)

We also added a couple drops of food coloring to these to give them color, 
without the food coloring they would both be a beautiful creamy white, I did it mainly for picture purposes and because my daughter who was helping to make these wanted a way to tell the two apart without tasting them. We make a lot of Popsicles around here, they get wrapped in wax paper and stored in the freezer ready for kiddos to enjoy. 
These got the child, teen and spouse stamp of approval, and me, well I've already had one of each flavor so......... ;) 

Thank you!!!

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