Breakfast To Go: Use a Vacuum Sealer for DIY Yogurt Pops

Breakfast To Go: Use a Vacuum Sealer for DIY Yogurt Pops

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Sarah Rae Smith
Jul 26, 2011

One of my favorite projects over the last year was creating these freezer pops from scratch. They weren't as tricky as they seem and they are extra tasty. If you're not a fan of this style of dessert, though, how about a breakfast on the go instead — yogurt pops anyone?

My favorite snack in the whole world used to be tubed yogurt (frozen). It was creamy and delicious and totally portable. It's easy to eat on mass transit and perfect for a summer snack for kids to grab.

This project does require a vacuum sealer, but it's worth taking a trip to a friend's house to borrow one if there isn't one already hogging space in your pantry.

If you have a busy morning routine, spending 30 minutes whipping up breakfast for the entire month might be time well spent.

• Get the recipe: Homemade Yogurt Tubes (aka GoGurt Fakes) at Once A Month Mom

Related: How to Make Yogurt at Home

(Image: Once A Month Mom)

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