Creamy Orange Yogurt Pops
Total TimePrep: 5 min. + freezing
I use Vanilla light yogurt and orange juice, and it makes a very nice Weight Watcher treat.
When I think of creamsicles I think of a creamy flavor. With using yogurt I thought this tasted too tart.
I used two six ounce vanilla yogurt and one six ounce orange yogurt. Not too tart and sweet enough.
A very tasty treat, but would add just a bit of sugar. Kind of tart for little kids.
was so hard had to wait for it to thaw a bit before could eat it. Put in 6 muffin tins, as didn't have any wooden sticks. was very orangeie.
I tasted the batter before I froze them and decided it needed more sugar (I used Splenda). I also used Greek yogurt to up the protein. They weren't bad, but I will let my 4 year old grandson test them and see what he says!
Disappointing because they were just too tart. If made again, will add sweetner, and less OJ.
I made it according to directions. a bit tangier than my husband liked. I would add a touch of stevia to make it a touch sweeter. I would also drain the yougurt for an hour or so to take a bit of the 'tang' that a few folks might not care for.Great texture! Other fruits will work well too!Thanks!
These turned out really well- I made them with Greek yogurt and I added 1 t. orange extract and some Splenda to them to add more flavor and sweetness. My kids loved them!
the first time I made it exactly as directed, the second time I made these, I picked some oranges off my tree and added the fresh orange juice and pulp and it was great. I also made these using my fresh peaches that I puree in the blender first and then add them to the yogurt and freeze. my grandkids love these, and they are healthy too.