Teaching younglings to make Yoghurt Pops

JOFR August Challenge #2

The concept here is that they’re a great alternative to the sugary lollies you’ll find in the shops.

As per usual we’re not entirely prepared, but hey, life’s like that so we just have to make do with what’s to hand.

These aren’t something that we would normally eat, let alone make, but that just makes it more fun and to be honest, one of the greatest pleasures in cooking is the satisfaction and feeling of accomplishment you get from doing something new.

Hurdle number 1, no lolly moulds.  Kids, do me a favour and eat a couple of Petit Filous yoghurts for me. (no argument there).  Big thanks to Waitrose Café for the coffee stirrers aka lolly sticks…

The recipe we used is below and I have to say that these are so very simple, that they’re easier than taking two children out to the shops to buy some!

It’s really heart-warming when the younglings’ first question is “are these healthy”.  Bless.

JOFR August Challenge #2: Yoghurt Pops 3


  • 175g frozen raspberries (or blueberries/strawberries)
  • 2 small bananas
  • 500g low/no fat plain yoghurt (2 cups)
  • 2 tbsp honey

Blend it all up until silky smooth, pour into moulds and then pop them in the freezer.  After 10 minutes or so, add the sticks and then return to the freezer for 3 hours.

I think that next time I would go with the blueberry option as I found them a little tart, although the children thought they were great.

JOFR August Challenge #2: Yoghurt Pops 1


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