Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Frozen Yogurt Peanut Butter Pops

The library we visit has big bins of magazines that patrons can either drop off their used magazines or pick up magazines. When we were there yesterday Dancer hit the jackpot in that there were about 30 American Girl magazines. She has been in heaven all day perusing them. She found this recipe in one from 1999 and jumped right up from her chair to make these yogurt treats.

Put three stripes of peanut butter down the sides of a glass.

Fill cup with yogurt, Dancer used strawberry and vanilla.

Put a spoon in each one for a handle and put them in the freezer for a couple of hours until frozen solid.

After they are frozen pull them out of the cups with the spoon. If they don't come out easy run the glass under a little hot water to loosen the sides and they should slide right out. Top with a bit of thick ice cream topping such as Sundae Syrup.

Enjoy! We found that these should be eaten over a plate as they are messy. These were quite large and would be too big for a snack unless we made them about half the size. We ended up having them for supper with a toaster pastry. These were really, really tasty and I can see her making them a lot this summer.

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