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Yogurt and Cereal Paletas

  • Prep 15 min
  • Total 2 hr 0 min
  • Ingredients 2
  • Servings 4

Ingredients

2
Nature Valley™ Sweet & Salty Almond Granola Bar
2
cups (6 oz each) Yoplait® yogurt Original or Light

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

You can add fresh, chopped fruit.

Summer pool parties are coming. They are lively, bustling and the kids never want to leave the water even to eat. They are truly tireless, but they always need some energy to continue the game without missing the fun. For them I bring you this super simple recipe, it's extremely easy to make and has only two components: yogurt and granola bars. Both will give our children the energy they need to enjoy their day at the pool for hours. You won't need ice pop molds, you can use plastic cups and they work just as well. For this recipe I used a peach yogurt, which has a nice color and a delicate flavor, to create a good contrast with the granola, which is sweet and has the texture of oatmeal, walnuts and almonds. With these two different ingredients the end result is delicious and the creaminess of the yogurt and granola bits are distributed across so well that you get a nice mouthful with every bite. If you're have a children's pool party and want to surprise the them, use different colors and flavors of yogurt so that the presentation is very pretty and colorful. And do not take them out of the freezer until its time to serve, because they melt quickly, especially in hot weather.

Directions

  • 1 Use a sharp knife to cut the granola into tiny cubes. Set aside.
  • 2 Pour two tablespoons of yogurt into plastic cups (or pop molds) then a few pieces of granola, more yogurt, more granola, and so on until you fill the cups or molds.
  • 3 Insert popsicle sticks and freeze until very firm. Remove from molds and serve.

Summer pool parties are coming. They are lively, bustling and the kids never want to leave the water even to eat. They are truly tireless, but they always need some energy to continue the game without missing the fun. For them I bring you this super simple recipe, it's extremely easy to make and has only two components: yogurt and granola bars. Both will give our children the energy they need to enjoy their day at the pool for hours. You won't need ice pop molds, you can use plastic cups and they work just as well. For this recipe I used a peach yogurt, which has a nice color and a delicate flavor, to create a good contrast with the granola, which is sweet and has the texture of oatmeal, walnuts and almonds. With these two different ingredients the end result is delicious and the creaminess of the yogurt and granola bits are distributed across so well that you get a nice mouthful with every bite. If you're have a children's pool party and want to surprise the them, use different colors and flavors of yogurt so that the presentation is very pretty and colorful. And do not take them out of the freezer until its time to serve, because they melt quickly, especially in hot weather.

Rate and Comment

Morena Cuadra Morena Cuadra
September 24, 2015

Summer pool parties are coming. They are lively, bustling and the kids never want to leave the water even to eat. They are truly tireless, but they always need some energy to continue the game without missing the fun. For them I bring you this super simple recipe, it's extremely easy to make and has only two components: yogurt and granola bars. Both will give our children the energy they need to enjoy their day at the pool for hours. You won't need ice pop molds, you can use plastic cups and they work just as well. For this recipe I used a peach yogurt, which has a nice color and a delicate flavor, to create a good contrast with the granola, which is sweet and has the texture of oatmeal, walnuts and almonds. With these two different ingredients the end result is delicious and the creaminess of the yogurt and granola bits are distributed across so well that you get a nice mouthful with every bite. If you're have a children's pool party and want to surprise the them, use different colors and flavors of yogurt so that the presentation is very pretty and colorful. And do not take them out of the freezer until its time to serve, because they melt quickly, especially in hot weather.