Orange and Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles …and GIVEAWAY

Popsicles!

Yeah!

When I was a kid I used to love popsicles.

I made my parents buy me loads and loads of them. When they started to worry about my health I used various sophisticated methods to make them do what I wanted … I screamed, kicked or told them I wouldn’t look after them when they were old. All in all, I guess I was every parent’s dream.

Now that I have grown up, the only thing that has changed in my relationship towards popsicles is that I am able to make my own ones.

And let me tell you that since I found my first popsicle mold in Ikea our freezer has been bursting with these fabulous treats.

Yum!


(The contest is closed. Thank you.)
Because I want you to experience the fun and joy that making your own popsicles brings I’ve prepared this cute summer giveaway for you.

The package that one of you can win includes four (4) popsicle molds, four (4) ice shot glass molds, two (2) ice cube trays, ten (10) fun glasses and a package of 225 colorful straws.

All this can be yours!
TO ENTER

To enter this contest, just answer the following question in the ‘Comments section’ of this post:

“What is you favorite popsicle or ice cream flavor?”
THE RULES

  • One entry per person, please.

Additional entries:

  • Twitter (follow ZoomYummy; leave a note about it in the comment section of this post),
  • Facebook (become a fan of ZoomYummy; leave a note about it in the comment section of this post).

(So together you can have three entries.)

Winner will be selected at random and announced on Thursday (July 8).

Good luck, everybody!
(The contest is closed. Thank you.)

 

And now back to the Orange and Vanilla Yogurt Popsicle.

You need only 4 ingredients!

Such a simple treat.

These are the popsicle molds I’ve used.

If you don’t own popsicle molds then you can use paper or plastic cups with popsicle sticks stuck in the middle.

1. Fill about 1/4 of the mold with the orange juice.

Please notice how I am not able to pour the juice properly while, at the same time, taking a picture.

That might be just too challenging for some of us!

The molds are filled.

2. Place the molds into the freezer for about 2 hours (we want the juice to be frozen so that it doesn’t mix with the yogurt).

3. Meanwhile, mix the yogurt, sugar and vanilla extract.

You’ll be surprised by how wonderful a flavor these three ingredients can create!

4. When the juice has frozen, fill the molds with the yogurt mixture and place them back into the freezer.

(If you use cups instead of molds then make sure to put the sticks in about an hour after placing the cups in the freezer so they stay upright.)

In my freezer these popsicles needed about 10 hours to get fully frozen.

And here we are with an addictive, tart-sweet combination of orange and vanilla.

You just have to make it!

It’s so yummy!

(This recipe makes 4 regular popsicles.)

191 Responses to Orange and Vanilla Yogurt Popsicles …and GIVEAWAY

  1. 151
    starre says:

    when i was a kid i loved the blue popsicles now i love refreshing tropical flavors coconut, banana, mango

  2. 152
    Jenny C. says:

    I love anything coffee flavored and Popsicles with real fruit in them!

  3. 153
    sara says:

    i love strawberry popsicles!

  4. 154
    sara says:

    i follow you on twitter
    @busymomto5

  5. 155
    katy says:

    creamsicles!!

  6. 156
    A says:

    I love Ginger ice cream. Or Black Raspberry with chocolate jimmies.

    I had ice cream twice this weekend and plan on getting cucumber sorbet this week. Cucumber Sorbet!

  7. 157
    Stacy says:

    Cake batter ice cream is so good!

  8. 158
    Valerie says:

    Orange creamsicles win the day!!

  9. 159
    Diane says:

    Cantaloupe paletas from El Paraiso in San Antonio.

  10. 160
    Lexie R. Martin says:

    lemon! or lime! or lemon-lime!!

  11. 161
    Jennifer Proteau says:

    I always want to try new ice cream flavors but when I am asked, I always end up getting either chocolate and Peanut Butter or Black Raspberry Thunder (its like raspberry ripple but with bits of white chocolate) They are both so good!!! ummm it makes me want to have some right now…

    I get them both at Kawartha Dairy in the Kawartha Lakes Region of Ontario, Canada. If anyone is ever in the area. I suggest stopping by to try these or any of the many flavors they offer. They have many different and interesting flavors as well as diabetic ice cream and frozen yogurts.

  12. 162
    Nichole V. says:

    Strawberry – with big chuncks of fruit in them….

  13. 163
    Valerie says:

    Choosing a favorite flavor of ice cream is difficult! However, anything with coffee and chocolate will be near the top of my list.

  14. 164

    My favorite ice cream flavor is probably strawberry. Chocolate peanut butter or coffee are in 2nd.

  15. 165
    Paige says:

    My favorite popsicle flavor is mango black berry! SOO refreshing

  16. 166
    Abella says:

    This summer’s popsicle flavor of choice is tangerine, but I have fond feelings for watermelon as well!

  17. 167
    Amanda S says:

    Fudgesicles or creamsicles …yum!

  18. 168
    Amanda S says:

    and now I’m a fan on facebook :)

  19. 169
    Cornelius says:

    Rice Pudding! A little Mexican popsicle place near my home sells them. Most refreshing thing ever.

  20. 170
    Cornelius says:

    Twitter followed.

  21. 171
    Allison112 says:

    I will always choose a strawberry bar, even if there are Fudgsicles in the room; unless I can have both!

  22. 172
    Allison112 says:

    And I’m following your lovely Twitter as well.

  23. 173
    Anne says:

    Oh, that looks delicious! My fave is orange-strawberry!

  24. 174
    Tomi says:

    My fave is strawberry with chunks of fresh strawberries! Yummy!

  25. 175
    Heavenly Uncle says:

    Strawberry and pineapple are my favorite flavors. They are heavenly. :-)

  26. 176
    adoseofmee says:

    I love fresh homemade mint chocolate chip ice cream.

  27. 177
    Margaret says:

    I love strawberry! Especially when they are fresh and added to home made ice cream

  28. 178
    Ameixinha says:

    I love lemon popsicles :)
    As soon as i buy a popsicle mold, i’m going to try this suggestion with yogurt!

  29. 179
    Joy says:

    My favorite popsicle flavor is one of Dreyer’s Fruit Bars. The Creamy Coconut. Helps me feel like I’ve had a cheap vacation! ha!

    I also became a fan on Facebook and Twitter with comments on this topic.
    :)

  30. 180

    I like coconut the very best.
    We have been doing lots of yard work and they are very refreshing on a hot day!!!

  31. 181
    Jennifer says:

    I am a fan of Maple Walnut Ice Cream!! I don’t know why, but I love it!

    As for popsicle flavors, I like a strawberry/orange juice combo.

  32. 182
    pixelpu says:

    no question, for me its chocolate icecream!!!

  33. 183
    denisyahrizal says:

    love my very like

  34. 184
    Lubayna says:

    Wooow you r such an Amazing…
    I have Q : When the ice cream is done how do u remove it ?

    Thanks

    • 184.1
      zoomyummy says:

      Hi Lubayna! I have a trick for that – after you’ve removed the popsicle mold from the freezer, rinse it under lukewarm water for a couple of seconds. That way the pop gets easier to remove. :) Petra

  35. 185
    lubayna says:

    Thanks dear… :)

  36. 186

    I’ve additional Your blog to be able to my favourites and awaiting next articles.

  37. 187

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  38. 188
    Cindee says:

    I love cherry popsicles, they are the best.

  39. 189

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