Just in time to satisfy New Year's resolutions: Grab a pop and get snackin' the right way with these incredible fro-yo-fruit pops!
They've begun, haven't they? The classic beginning of the year resolutions where we promise ourselves we'll drop a few pounds by picking up fruit and veggies instead of chocolate bars and ice cream.
Have no fear! With this crazy-indulgent Frozen Fro-Yo Fruit on Sticks
recipe, you'll feel like you're eating something naughty, even though these treats are downright nice!
Because these treats are so easy to make but require freezer time, I suggest you make a batch of several flavors. That way, you'll have a bunch of options to choose from whenever your sugar cravings hit!
Here's how to make 3 splendid flavors right in your own kitch!
1. Mango Madness
You'll need some thick mango slices and Yoplait Pina Colada yogurt. We're going to pair this flavor with Cinnamon Toast Crunch for some serious South American dessert flair!
You'll want to crush about a half-cup of cereal into coarse pieces.
To make these beautiful Mango Fro-Yo Fruit Bites, just press a stick into the base of a thick slice of mango, dip it into Yoplait Pina Colada yogurt, then roll it in crushed Cinnamon Toast Crunch. Transfer to a parchment-lined reusable plastic container, then finish the rest of your batch!
2. Go Bananas
To make a banana version of our Fro-Yo Pops, you'll want to gather your ingredients first because the bananas can brown so quickly, once they are out of their peel.
Get a carton of Yoplait Boston Cream Pie yogurt.
And some of the new (and cuh-razy delish) Dulce de Leche Cheerios.
Slide a popsicle stick into the base of your banana pieces, dip in yogurt, then Cheerios, then place them in your waiting parchment-lined reusable plastic tub.
Once frozen, you'll be ready to rock and roll and go bananas!
3. Sweet Strawberries
And finally, make a strawberry version with a carton of vanilla Yoplait yogurt.
And some Cascadian Farm Granola.
This granola is de bomb diggity. Not only is it prizewinning delicious, it tastes so perfect with the strawberries and yogurt in this recipe, you won't believe how yummy it is all together!
Place a stick in the top half of the strawberries. Just gently press them into the top of your strawberry greens. Then, dip the strawberries in yogurt, granola, and freeze them until you're ready to nosh! Enjoy!
Now, go out there and keep at least one of those promises you made to yourself for the new year!
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