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Stretch's Frozen Yogurt Pops

Stretch Frozen Yogurt Pops

Stretch, a measuring tape, is one of Manny's trusty tools. He's a big help when Manny needs to get the job done right. Your little helpers will love making these Stretch-inspired frozen yogurt pops.

You'll need:

  • Wooden spoons, for handles
  • Black ballpoint pen
  • Single-serving yogurt, pink is best (look for healthy yogurt options made with real fruit and low sugar)
  • Mini-marshmallows, for eyes
  • Mini-chocolate chips
  • Red fruit leather, cut into 1/4" squares (choose all natural fruit leather, natural food stores have healthy, low-sugar options)
  • Tin foil
Instructions:

1. Use a black ballpoint pen to create the "tape measure," being careful to write only on the part of the stick that will be exposed.

Step 1

2. For the yogurt pops, press two mini chocolate chips into two mini marshmallows, for eyes.

Step 2

3. Remove foil cover from yogurt and press a fruit leather square into the yogurt.

4. Push two marshmallow eyes into yogurt below the fruit leather.

5. Press the wooden spoon "tape measure" into the yogurt below the eyes -- this is Stretch's mouth.

Step 5

6. Cover the yogurt with tinfoil, and freeze overnight.

Step 5

7. When frozen, slide the frozen yogurt pops out of their containers and enjoy!

8. Serving tip: If you are serving to a crowd, create wrappers using wax paper, as shown -- it keeps the pops from getting too messy. They are an adorable birthday party snack!

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