The weather recently has been crazily hot! My close girlfriend Watsapp-ed me this link to create a Frozen Yogurt Banana Pops. I renamed it to Banana Popsicle to entice C to make it with me. It is super easy and tremendously yummy especially in this region whereby the weather can be a killer at most times!
- Greek yogurt (I bought the smallest which was 750ml but it resulted in some left over yogurt at the end of the coating)
- Baking sheet / wax paper
- honey (2 to 4 tablespoons, depending on how sweet you want them to be)
- banana (I used about four)
- sprinkles or chocolate (for the coating of the banana Popsicle)
- Ice-cream sticks
Jean’s write-up has a step-by-step photos with additional commentary for visual folks which is simple and easy to follow. Do click on the link to see it. It’s definitely better than just my pure writing of the steps.
This activity is really easy and what I love about it is that both adults and children can enjoy the Popsicle together after dinner. We got C to be the waiter and he asked dad and mum, “Would you like the chocolate Popsicle or the rainbow Popsicle?” He was so happy doing the entire role-play thing, and we enjoyed the cold cooling Popsicle on a warm night, with warm fuzzy love and sweetness in the air! 🙂