3-Ingredient Froyo

 

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A Froyo Pop!

Happy August to my Fellow Bloggers and lovely Blog Readers! Here is a really simple recipe for Frozen Yogurt that also doubles as a Frozen Fruit Parfait! It’s a great way to indulge without feeling guilty or to have a healthy snack on-the-go. This easy recipe can be adjusted to your liking. It will keep you cool during the summer while making sure you look hot.

 

Ingredients:

  • 5 tbsp plain yogurt 
  • 1 packet oatmeal of your choice
  • any small/chopped fruit
  • you will also need: a bowl, ice pop mold

Substitutes:

  • for plain yogurt: milk, frozen yogurt, ice cream
  • for oatmeal: vanilla extract, cinnamon, nuts, or any other flavoring
  • for ice pop mold: ice cube tray, cup, wooden stick, plastic stick
  • for fruit: I used peaches but you can use blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, apples, oranges, or any other type of fruit

To Make:

  • mix all ingredients in a bowl
  • scoop into the container for your frozen treat
  • freeze for 2 hours or overnight

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If you don’t have time to freeze the mixture you can simply eat it as thick, delicious oatmeal.

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10 thoughts on “3-Ingredient Froyo

      1. I usually try to use local honey for my sweeteners but I feel like oatmeal would mix better with cold ingredients. What flavor oatmeal do you usually use?

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      2. I used the Maple & Brown Sugar because it is really sweet. But you can use any of the normal Quaker Oats flavors (Apple & Cinnamon, Cinnamon & Spice). For the apple one, you can even use chopped apples as your fruit to enhance the oatmeal’s flavor.

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      3. That sounds sooooo good! I love the taste of regular oatmeal like the Apple Cinnamon, but can’t get over the texture of it! Yes!!!! This makes me so happy.

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