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Fun Frozen Yogurt Cups

November 30, 2017

This post is sponsored by Greek Gods Yogurt but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Funny story: when we first rented the home we are in, we were on cloud 9. We went from a tiny apartment with bad neighbors to a home with a yard where Fox could dance all he wanted without a broom handle “applause.” Tyler ran to our old place to pick up another load of our stuff to transfer and Fox and I played tag throughout the empty house. I crouched behind a counter in the kitchen and scanned the area for him to find me when I realized something. 

We were without a dishwasher.

I’m not sure how I missed this detail that seemed so major to us at the time, but I’ve learned some tips to make life without a dishwasher easier. 

The best two tips?

Number One

Don’t keep a lot of dishes in your cabinets. That way if you need a dish to eat off of, you’re not adding to the pile — you’ll be forced to do them.

Number Two

Cook foods that don’t require a lot of dishes. My crockpot and sheet-pan dinners are some of my favorites.

I still want to make sure that Fox gets enough whole foods, so sometimes it’s tricky to find recipes that don’t require a lot of pots and pans.

With that said, I wanted to share a fun dessert recipe that’s delicious and EASY.

I mean, my husband took a quick shower and I had made these without him even realizing it, start to finish.

5 minutes.

Here’s what you do.

Frozen Yogurt Cups

Yields: 6 pieces

  • 2 containers Greek Gods Seriously Indulgent yogurt
  • 1/2 cup granola
  • 1/2 Tbsp agave syrup
  • Berries
  1. Line 6 count muffin tin with muffin liners.
  2. Mix granola and agave until all granola is coated and mixture is relatively sticky.
  3. Add light layer of granola mixture to bottom of each liner.
  4. Pour yogurt on top of granola. One container should fill 3 cups.
  5. Top with berries of your choice.
  6. Freeze for several hours or until hardened.
  • Preparation time: 5 minutes

A word about my yogurt of choice. I’ve been a fan of Greek Gods yogurt for just under a decade. I had found it at a local co-op and it reappears in my fridge time and time again. 

My ears perked when I heard that they released a new line of yogurt called Greek Gods Seriously Indulgent, which is made with whole milk and cream making it more dessert-like than most. 

After having a frozen yogurt cup I was sold (try the lemon flavor with strawberries – omg!), but I also ate a couple on their own and they truly do not need mixers to taste delicious.

Tyler sampled the tart cherry version and compared it to the Greek yogurt we tried in Athens, except this one can be found around the corner at Walmart making it way easier to obtain 😉

If you want to try it out for yourself, here’s an Ibotta offer for $1.50 back on purchase of 1 Seriously Indulgent Yogurt cup. You can redeem up to 2x on the same receipt and the cost of product is $1.50, so this is essentially a full rebate.

There’s also a VUDU Movie Offer where shoppers earn $3 movie credit with validated purchase of 2 units! Just validate your Walmart receipt by uploading it here on the website or via text to ggvudu@uploadreceipt.com. You’ll get to try two Seriously Indulgent Yogurt cups for $3, get your $3 back, and then get an addition $3 VUDU credit. 

 Greek Gods – Seriously Indulgent Giveaway

Let me know if you try this recipe out and what combinations you gave a whirl!

Sarabeth, The February Fox

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