Callie's Mock Frozen Yogurt Recipe Reviews - Allrecipes.com (Pg. 1)
Reviewed: Jul. 29, 2011
This is one of our favorite summer treats to make. And I mean OUR because it's great for little hands that want to help out in the kitchen. We make ice pops out of them, using dixie cups and popsicle sticks. All I do is just pour the mixture into the dixie cups about 1/2-3/4 cups full, place the filled cups onto a flat baking sheet and freeze until just solid, then stick the popsicle sticks in. For me, Yoplait yogurt is near free seeing as I coupon and berries are cheap this time of year so it's not only economical but it's healthier than the Go-gurt pops that my kids love and it tastes better, too! This works with just about any low-calorie/low-sugar yogurt or fruit you'd want to use AND it doubles/triples/quadruples really well. NOTE: I did NOT review this because it was similar to another recipe I have made before. I HAVE made this recipe many times and even though it's not technically "frozen yogurt", it makes great yogurt pops in the summer for the kiddos.
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Reviewed: Feb. 12, 2012
Callie, please explain how you get frozen yogurt from this recipe? Is there a typo? I was so excited to try this recipe. I paid $4 for the vanilla yogurt, just to make it, which I don't normally buy. I really dislike when other people rate the recipe, because they have made something they believe is similar. I only had the one review to go on. Either way, I got a regular consistency blueberry smoothie from the recipe. It is typically how I would make many smoothies anyway. The smoothie isn't bad, but I am rating a recipe for frozen yogurt. I did not deviate from this one, so I don't know what happened.
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Reviewed: Jun. 14, 2012
This is a great substitute for frozen yogurt! I found it to be so thick that my blender had a hard time chopping everything up, so I added just a little skim milk to help it out. I'll probably use my food processor next time since it does a better job with this kind of thing. I could have eaten it straight from the blender and had "frozen yogurt," but I decided to put it in popsicle molds to share with my granddaughter. She loved it! (I used fat-free vanilla yogurt like what you buy in the dairy section, NOT a frozen vanilla yogurt like ice cream)
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