Saturday, April 28, 2012

Reusing Empty Yogurt Cups as Popsicle Molds

Several months ago I found a couple popsicle molds sold at Saizen.  
I was instantly attracted to this really cute, pastel colored one that
I couldn't resist getting it. Honestly, that was my only resason why i bought it.
We have been re-using empty yogurt cups as popsicle molds (among other things) for quite some time. There was a time when our little guy had been consuming quite alot of yogurt per day that we have already collected hundreds of yogurts cups!  

Anyway, to use as a mold all you'll need are the following:
several empty yogurt cups
popsicle sticks

Fill your mold with any substance you wish
(such as buko juice or calamansi juice).
Cover with a small piece of foil.
Cut a slit throught the center of the foil to hold your popsicle stick in place.
Freeze your popsicles for at least 8 hours.


1 comment:

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