How To Make Frozen Yoghurt Lollies (For Less Than 10p Each!)

Frozen Yoghurt Lollies

Now summer has officially landed we are in need of some yummy frozen treats to keep us cool. These frozen yoghurt lollies are great for little ones and could not be easier to make!

They are also ridiculously cheap to do – they come in at less than 10p per lolly.

You can use any yoghurts your little ones like – I used a pack of value yoghurts (the same type as the little Petit Filous yoghurts) that cost me 42p and I purchased 100 wooden lollipop sticks for £1.55 delivered on eBay.

You could also freeze the tube yoghurts (like Frubes), cut off the top and push up to eat them like a Calippo ice lolly. It does say on some yoghurts not to freeze as apparently they can separate when defrosted but as you are eating them frozen this shouldn’t matter 🙂


How To Make Frozen Yoghurt Lollies

Take your pack of yoghurts and with the sharp point of a knife make a small slit in the middle of each one.

Push a lolly stick through each slit, keeping the stick pointing upright.

Pop the whole lot in the freezer.

When there are frozen you can pop as many as you want to eat off the pack. Hold the yoghurt pot in your hand for a few seconds to loosen it from the pot and push from the bottom of the yoghurt pot to release your lolly.

Lollies Made From Freezing Kids Yoghurts

Hope you like these and do let me know if you have any more ideas like this!

L x





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