4 Easy Recipes Made with Yoghurt Your Kids Will Love

4 Easy Recipes Made with Yoghurt Your Kids Will Love

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When it comes to preparing food for our children, minimal fuss, maximum nutrition is every parent’s food and snack mantra right? Few of us have the time to slave away in the kitchen for hours on end, and even if you do, there is no guarantee that they aren’t going to turn their little noses up at it, is there?

That’s why we’ve put together these 4 ridiculously easy recipes that you can make with 3 ingredients or less. Better yet, they take less than 3 minutes to prepare (although they will need to be popped into the fridge or freezer for 3 hours…so you will still have to plan ahead a little).

Of course, you can double the fun factor and let your kids help you to prepare them. My kids love picking out their favourite flavour CalciYum yoghurt range and matching it with their preferred fruits, for a tailor-made, fuss-free snack.

These yoghurt recipes also make for fun, healthy alternatives to regular party food and are a great way of getting your kids to eat more fruit.

You will need:

Your favourite CalciYum yoghurt

Your choice of fruit

Ice cream cones

Method:

Fill the cones with the yoghurt and your chosen fruit.

Place into the freezer for 3 hours to set.

You will need:

CalciYum yoghurt

Mixed fruit

Method:

Spread 3 tubs of CalciYum yoghurt onto a tray and top with fruit.

Place into the freezer for 3 hours to set, and then chop roughly to serve.

You will need:

Strawberry CalciYum yoghurt

Strawberry jelly crystals

Mixed fruit

Method:

Prepare the jelly as per the pack instructions, but only add half the amount of cold water specified. Allow to cool for 15 minutes before stirring in 2 tubs of CalciYum yoghurt. Pour into 4 -5 individual cups and add your choice of fruit.

Put in the fridge until set.

Note: Do not use pineapple, kiwi, papaya or mango as these cause the jelly not to set.

You will need:

Your favourite CalciYum yoghurt

Method:

Tip the yoghurt into a sandwich bag and seal.

Carefully cut across one corner so that you can use the sandwich bag as a piping bag.

Squeeze small dots of yoghurt onto a tray. Kids love doing this, and it doesn’t matter if they are different sizes and shapes.

Place in the freezer for 3 hours to set.

Of course, for a tasty, nutritious snack on the go, yoghurt without any of the bells and whistles is always a firm favourite with kids and CalciYum have yoghurts in convenient pouches, so you won’t need to worry about packing a spoon, or them making a mess.

CalciYum yoghurts are great tasting snacks that kids can’t get enough of and so why not take a favourite and make it even more fun these school holidays by getting creative with how you eat it.

CalciYum is made with whole milk giving it a delicious creamy taste, making it perfect to eat on its own or in one of these fun recipes.

For more creative ideas you can do with your kids, check out the CalciYum Facebook page.

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Jolene is Editor at Mum Media Group, where she enjoys writing, sharing and connecting with other like-minded women online – it also gives her the perfect excuse to ignore Mount-Washmore until it threatens to bury her family in an avalanche of Skylander T-shirts and Frozen Pyjama pants. (No one ever knows where the matching top is!) Likes: Reading, cooking, sketching, dancing (preferably with a Sav Blanc in one hand), social media, and sitting down on a toilet seat that one of her children hasn’t dripped, splashed or sprayed on. Dislikes: Writing pretentious crap about herself in online bio’s and refereeing arguments amongst her offspring.

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