Homemade Halloween popsicles

With Halloween just a few days away, why not try making these healthy, quick and easy, orange & black Halloween popsicles to get into the holiday spirit. It requires very few ingredients and takes less than 10 minutes to make. Since there is no cooking or exact measurements involved, it is a great activity to do with your kids!
Here’s how to make Halloween popsicles.
Things you will need:
– Popsicle molds
– Vanilla flavoured yogurt
– Orange Food Coloring
– Black Food Coloring
– Bowls & Spoons
– Optional: Chopped Strawberries, Blueberries and/or Raspberries
– Optional: Gummy Worms (or other gummy Halloween Candy)

Step 1:
Separate the vanilla yogurt into 2 bowls.

Step 2:
Add a few drops of orange food coloring into the first bowl.  Add a few drops of black food coloring into the second bowl.


Step 3 (optional very-healthy fruit in every bite):
Mix in the chopped fruit.

Step 4:
Start layering the yogurt into the popsicle molds, alternating the orange and black yogurt

Step 5: (optional non-healthy sugary surprise):
Halfway through the layering, add the gummy worm or other treat in the middle of the yogurt (this way your kids will get a little Halloween treat in the middle of their otherwise healthy Popsicle).

Step 6:
Finish layering the yogurt in the mold until you reach the top.

Step 7:
Insert the popsicle stick into the mold.

Step 8:
Place the popsicle molds in the freezer for at least 4-6 hours.

Step 9:
Remove the popsicle from the mold.

Step 10:

ENJOY!!

Eating these orange & black popsicles are almost as fun as actually making them. The best part is that your kids think they are getting another sugary Halloween treat, when really it’s just frozen vanilla yogurt! It’s so yummy, they will keep asking for more.

Now you know how to make Halloween popsicles that are delicious, fun and perfect for the season. Try it at home with your family now!

Article by SuperMommy

Neetu Mirchandani is a native Californian, but has permanently made her home in Singapore for the last five years. She has two little boys, ages 1 and 3, who are the center of her universe. Before venturing into motherhood, she was a practicing lawyer and her experience explains her Type “A”, super-organized, perfectionist persona, as it has trickled down into her everyday life as a Mommy. If being a Mommy is her new job, then being the best mommy or in her words, being a “SuperMommy” is what she strives to be.

For more articles from SuperMommy, check out her blog at www.supermommy.com.sg
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