"Made with plain yogurt and sugar-free Jell-O®, these are good for dieters too!" — Bea
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1 (3 ounce) package
fruit flavored Jell-O® mix
Great! I used strawberry jello, very ripe cantelope and watermelon, no banana, and vanilla yogurt. Kids loved them and so did I.
I thought these were OK, but my husband didn't like them. They had a weird texture, tho I think that is why they are dripless. I think they might be better if I used different flavors.
If you have children you have to try these! I came across this recipe today, and decided to try it. I used strawberry gelatin and used stawberry yogurt, because it was in the house. They tasted really good. My 4 year old loved them and there was barely any Mess!! She even put the popsicle on the table for a few minutes and it didn't melt, it just left a little drip. And best of all no sticky hands!
A big hit! I have kids coming to my back door asking "do you have any of those popsicle things?" I use sugar-free Jello and non-fat vanilla yogurt. They are more like a yogurt-pop than a popsicle, but are much more healthful than anything the ice cream man offers!!
I used strawberry yogurt and gelatin. My son loved them and my husband thought they tasted like a sorbet. Definitely easy and mess-free.
My mom and I really like these pops this summer. I just tried sugar free peach jello and frozen peaches, also I added one small packet of Truvia and they are great.
These just tasted like yogurt on a stick. My daughter liked them though, but I'll probably not make them again.
if you use mango and passionfruit flavoured gelatine, it tastes even nicer.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No Drip Ice Pops
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 5
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