I don’t know about you but my kids love go-gurt. You know – the yogurt that comes in a tube that can be eaten without a spoon? They are perfect for school lunches, but I have an even better option for you! Make your own! Skip the artificial colors and flavors and whip up some homemade go-gurt in minutes.
I saw these pouches on Amazon last year and knew they would be so much fun. They are great for these homemade yogurts, but they are also great for homemade otter pops! Speaking on popsicles, these babies would be great frozen! Fresh, real fruit, yogurt pops will beat any of the store bough variety.
The Real Deal
I love how vibrant the colors turned out with these basic flavors – here I’ve made kiwi, peach, strawberry, and blueberry. Honestly – I have no idea why artificial colors are added to so many foods when you can get beautiful, rich, appetizing colors from the real deal! Doing some flavor combos would be fun too! Kiwi strawberry, or mango lime would be fun!
I used my Blendtec blender to mix these and it worked perfectly. If there is one product that we swear by around here it is Blendtec. I find a new way to use it nearly every week! If you’re in the Northern Utah area you should join us in a few months for Pinner’s Conference where we will be teaching lots of blender recipes.
These are seriously so yummy and your kids will go nuts over them! I hope you’ll try this easy recipe for your school day lunches.
- 1 cup vanilla greek yogurt
- 1 cup fresh cut fruit
- 1 tbsp honey
In a blender combine all ingredients and blend until smooth.
Funnel into reusable pouches.
Refrigerate or freeze.