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LOOKING for: Frozen Yogurt Smoothie bars

Posted by lov2garden (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 1, 07 at 11:02

I'm hoping there's a recipe to take lite fruit yogurt and add some more fruit to make my own diet popsicles. Other recipes to make diet frozen fruit bars and/or fudgcicles would be great too. I used to make juice pops for my kids long ago and haven't a clue how I did it. I think I used frozen juice concentrate as the base because simply freezing juice was pretty tasteless. Got any ideas? I am willing to experiment. I'm trying to keep the calories under 100 per serving. If there's another site I should check out, please point me. Now I'm going to search for popcicle molds too! How's that for faith in this forum!
Thanks!


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RE: LOOKING for: Frozen Yogurt Smoothie bars

Also check the recipe for the other yogurt popsicle recipe listed at the site below which just uses juice & yogurt.

Here is a link that might be useful: Popsicles


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RE: LOOKING for: Frozen Yogurt Smoothie bars

Another. Pick any combo of your favorite fruit/yogurt.

Here is a link that might be useful: Another Popsicle Recipe


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RE: LOOKING for: Fudgesicle

Here's a fudgesicle recipe using yogurt (I assume could be low-fat yogurt & skim milk.)

Here is a link that might be useful: Fudgesicle


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RE: LOOKING for: Diet Fudgesicle

Here's a diet recipe.

Here is a link that might be useful: Diet Fudgesicle


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RE: LOOKING for: Frozen Yogurt Smoothie bars

Thank you, Thank you, Thank you Ginger!
I'm trying to lose weight and eat healthier. Lite Yogurt adds calcium & protein to my diet but it gets boring day after day. I can't wait to try these recipes. I'm off to order the popcicle molds now!


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