Give your kids a fun way to cool off this summer with colorful frozen yogurt cones. They’ll love the vibrant swirls in these yummy frozen treats! The Sweet Creations Ice Cream Mold makes it easy to turn yogurt into frozen yogurt pops. All it takes is your favorite creamy vanilla yogurt, food coloring, and the Sweet Creations 6 Count Mini Frozen Treat Popsicle Mold to whip up a quick batch of whimsical frozen treats. Simply follow the instructions below and surprise your kids with a delightful cool-down on a blazing hot day.
Here’s what you’ll need to make 6 tasty pops:
- 2 ½ cups vanilla yogurt
- 5 tubes paste food coloring (pink, orange, yellow, green, purple)
- 5 small bowls
Ready, Set, Rainbow Pop!
Step 1. Spoon ½ cup of yogurt into each of the 5 small bowls. Tint each yogurt a different color with food coloring—pink, orange, yellow, green, and purple.
Step 2. Clean and dry the Sweet Creations Ice Cream Mold. Place the blue silicone ice-cream mold pieces upside down in each section of the white plastic holder.
Step 3. Spoon a teaspoon of pink yogurt into each ice cream mold. Spoon orange, yellow, green, and purple, then repeat until each mold is completely filled with the tinted yogurt.
Step 4. Gently press the brown plastic “cones” into place, snapping them into the ridges of the blue silicone molds to secure them, keeping the yogurt from expanding outside of the mold when it freezes.
Step 5. Place the Sweet Creations Ice Cream Mold in the freezer. Freeze for 4-6 hours, until yogurt is frozen firm.
Step 6. To remove, gently pull the silicone mold pieces from the frozen yogurt before serving. Enjoy a fun treat with your kids!
More Ideas for Your Ice Cream Mold
The Sweet Creations 6 Count Mini Frozen Treat Popsicle Mold is a great way to make superquick froyo. It’s also ideal for ice cream, soda, juice, pudding, and even chocolate! Try freezing any one of these winning combos in your own mold:
- DIY Bomb Pops. Freeze a layer of blue-colored sports drink, then red, then white.
- Swirl Pops. Swirl together chocolate and vanilla pudding before freezing.
- Rootbeer Floats. Freeze a layer of vanilla ice cream between two layers of rootbeer.
- Berry Yogurt Pops. Stir blueberries and sliced strawberries into vanilla Greek yogurt before freezing.
- Grasshopper Pops. Stir crushed Oreos into mint ice cream before freezing.
- Make Your Own Flavor! Got an idea for delish DIY freezer pops? Leave us a comment below, we’d love to add it to our list!
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