Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Easy Homemade Dairy & Gluten Free Yogurt Drops

The girls and I thought we would try and make home made dairy free and gluten free yogurt drops! It was super easy and the kids inhaled them. Piglet likes yogurt that has been frozen better than the soft form from the fridge, so she loved these. Kite Hill brand is an almond base yogurt and our favorite safe yogurt. In all the years we have been dairy free I haven't found a yogurt that is comparable to dairy containing yogurt. Kite Hill is the winner by far, I can finally eat yogurt again, it's so good!!!! Here is what you need-

Yogurt of your choice
A ziplock bag or a frosting tube/bag
Scissors to cut the corner of ziplock
Cookie sheet
Parchment paper or wax paper
Line a cookie sheet with the parchment paper or wax paper and set aside. Fill your ziplock bag or frosting tube with your yogurt. We decided to use a little frosting tube we had on hand. We thought maybe it would make a fun little swirl design but since yogurt is so soft you cant really see the design. 
You don't have to squeeze very hard or you are going to have a giant yogurt blob on your cookie sheet. Apply gentle pressure in the form of little dots and line them all up on your cookie sheet. 
When you are done, pop the cookie sheet in the freezer for a couple hours and your healthy and fun snack is ready! 
You can take them off the paper and put them in a container to store in the freezer! Or if you are like my kids, you will eat them all up before you can even attempt that step! The girls loved them and they were gone in no time. I am going to have to do this with a bunch of yogurt so we have this fun snack ready and waiting for us in the freezer. Frozen almond yogurt dots taste just like frozen yogurt from the store. It was a great snack! 

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