But before I tell you what it is, I have a confession to make. I force myself to eat Greek yogurt because I know that it’s good for me, but I really just don’t like it that much. I try to like it. I really do. I know they say it can be an acquired taste for some, but I just don’t think it’s possible for me to acquire it.
But have you heard of Aussie style yogurt?
I was asked to try a new brand of Australian-inspired yogurt called Yulu. It is packed with protein (9 grams per serving), and completely free of artificial ingredients! Now, it does have a fair amount of sugar per container (14-17 g), so I decided to divide a container up among the kids by making frozen yogurt bites. These are SO good, and they will definitely be something that we have on hand as a fun, and articifial-ingredient-free dessert.
Plus, it’s so much less messy than eating yogurt out of a bowl!
All you have to do to make the yogurt bites is scoop the yogurt into a quart-size baggie and cut a little bit off the corner. Lay parchment paper down on a cookie sheet (the parchment paper is SUPER important!) and squeeze out small “drops” of the yogurt.
Freeze for around 30 minutes to an hour!
The kids think that it’s ice cream, it’s filled with probiotics, AND it doesn’t make a mess!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Yulu. The opinions and text are all mine.