Easy Frozen Yogurt Dots

Easy Frozen Yogurt Dots with Stonyfield YoKids Pouches-I'm Not the Nanny

As a child I always begged my mom to buy me some “ice cream of the future.” Remember those? When I introduced my kids to those “dippin dots”, they were not impressed. To tell you the truth, I wasn’t either. Funny how the things we loved as a kid don’t hold the same draw when we try them as adults. I’ve been thinking about those frozen dots ever since Stonyfield sent me coupons to try out their new line of yogurt pouches. They’re the same yummy Stonyfield organic yogurt that our family loves, but in travel friendly pouches.

Sophia and Jaxson love eating the yogurt straight from the pouches, but I had the perfect after school activity turned snack for them. The YoKids, YoToddler and YoBaby pouches makes it super easy to make frozen yogurt dots. I shouldn’t even call it a recipe!

After you see how easy the frozen yogurt dots are easy to make, enter the giveaway to win a set of free product coupons for Stonyfield’s new yogurt pouches!

Squeezing Frozen Yogurt Dots with Stonyfield Pouches-I'm Not the Nanny

I tested my frozen yogurt dots idea while the kids were in school just to be sure my idea would work.  Line a baking sheet (or flat plate) with parchment paper or silicone baking mat. (Make sure you can fit the baking sheet in your freezer.) Slowly squeeze out a yogurt dot about 1/2 inch wide (about the size of a dime). They’ll spread out a bit when the freeze. Luckily, the nozzle on the Stonyfield YoKids pouches, make it easy to control the flow.

Kids Making Frozen Yogurt Dots-I'm Not the Nanny

Unless, you’re my kids and they just go willy nilly with the pouch. Which is not a problem. Can you guess which ones on the mat are Jaxson’s and which ones are Sophia’s dots? My first batch (made without kids) were a little more uniform.

Stonyfield YoToddler Yogurt Poches Frozen Dots-I'm Not the Nanny

Don’t worry because they’ll taste good no matter how they look.  It took us one pouch to fill up a 12″x16″ mat. Place the dots into the freezer for 20-30 minutes or until frozen. It doesn’t take very long.

Releasing Frozen Yogurt Dots-I'm Not the Nanny

Once they’re frozen, just release them from the mat. Here’s a trick for: roll up the mat with the dots on the inside. Gently squeeze the rolled up mat.

Releasing Frozen Yogurt Dots-I'm Not the Nanny

Then shake them out into a bowl or cup. The smaller ones will release more easily than the bigger (kid squeezed) dots. The frozen yogurt dots should fall right out! One pouch makes approximately 3/4 cup of frozen dots, depending on how big the dots are.

Easy Frozen Yogurt Dots Recipe-I'm Not the Nanny

Store them in an airtight container in the freezer or eat right away. The frozen yogurt dots were a hit with my kids. They had as fun making them as much as they did eating them. It’s a healthy after school snack!

The Stonyfield yogurt pouches are available in lots of delicious flavors. Sophia’s favorite is the YoKids strawberry banana and Jaxson likes YoToddler pear spinach mango. Each of our three batches were made with a different flavor and they ate them all. Right now you can print a $1 coupon from Stonyfield to try out the pouches!

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This post was created in partnership with Stonyfield. All opinions are my own.

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