Making Yogurt Drops

Hey everyone! This is our first (and probably last) recipe post! Elizabeth and I love to run. We run almost every day and sometimes when we get back, we need food. Now I usually make a sandwich or have some hummus, but Elizabeth suggested yogurt drops.

Now yogurt drops, if you haven’t heard of them, are exactly what they sound like: little dots of frozen yogurt.  We thought that we would walk you through our way of making them. Keep in mind, there are loads of different recipes out there for making them and ours is by far not the only way.

Okay, lets get started.

Things you need

  • Yogurt (any flavor. We chose strawberry.)
  • Strawberries (Totally optional. I wanted to make ours have a little more fruit.
  • Cookie sheet or other freezer-friendly pan.
  • Bowl (again, this is only needed if you wanted to add anything to your yogurt.)
  • Plastic bag (or piping bag, if you want to get fancy.)
  • Freezer

Step 1: Plop your yogurt into a bowl and mix in whatever you want. We mixed in some finely chopped strawberries. Omit this step if you don’t want to add anything.


Step 2:  Spoon your yogurt into a plastic bag or piping bag and snip off the corner.


Step 3: Squeeze out small dots of your yogurt from your bag onto the cookie sheet. They don’t have to be even or uniform, just make them kind of small.


Step 4: Put them in the freezer for a few hours or until they’re hardened. (Our freezer looks ridiculously empty, doesn’t it?)


Step 5: Put them in an airtight container in the freezer until you want them! We ate ours so quickly!


Actually, we ate them while working on our elephant and spring abstract paintings :).

On a different note, have you guys seen Elizabeth’s speed drawing video on our Youtube channel? If not, you should go check it out! Don’t forget to like and subscribe! That’s all for now! Keep on the lookout for new posts!

~Elizabeth and Kathleen


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