raspberry-lemon frozen yogurt push pops // a guest post - Color Me Meg

raspberry-lemon frozen yogurt push pops // a guest post

i have a few guest posters this month to help me get through while i’d rather be doing…
nothing.  meet my cute friend {also named megan} from the pink flour.  she posts some serious fun stuff- and i even met her at a blogger meet-up a while ago- she’s a lot of fun so we’ve kept in touch via the inter-world.  i heart that.  go meet her and follow her blog, then make these naughty things and tell me what you think!

take it away megan!

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A big thanks to Meg for having me as a guest blogger today! I’m so excited to be here as I am a big fan of Meg’s (and it doesn’t hurt that we have the same name!) I blog over at The Pink Flour where I share recipes, crafts, DIY projects and party planning ideas.

I had the pleasure of meeting Meg a few months ago and I admit I follow (stalk?) her on Instagram and can’t get enough of all the cute things she posts about her adorable son.  Little Reese is one lucky girl 🙂

Over at The Pink Flour, I like to share recipes and projects that aren’t too complicated but real crowd-pleasers. This recipe is definitely one of those. It would be perfect for a kid’s summer birthday party or something kid could help make.

The best thing about this recipe is it is no-bake! Cuz who wants to turn on your over when it’s hot out…I know I don’t. And if you didn’t want to make the graham cracker crumbs yourself, you can just buy the graham crackers already crushed up…easy, peasy!

Raspberry-Lemon Frozen Yogurt Push Pops

Yields 10 push pops
  • 2 containers (6 oz.) yogurt, 1 raspberry & 1 lemon
  • 1 container (8 oz.) whipped topping (Cool Whip)
  • 1 sleeve of graham crackers (approx. 8 whole crackers)
  • 1/2 cup of butter, melted
  • 1 tbsp of sugar
  • 10 push pop containers 

Crush the graham crackers in a food processor (or your preferred method) until there are no longer big pieces. Melt the butter and then combine with crushed graham crackers and sugar. Set aside. Spoon the Cool Whip evenly into two bowls. Then add one container of yogurt to each bowl. Stir with a spoon until fully combined. Spoon mixtures into two separate plastic bags and snip the corner of each bag. Spoon graham cracker mixture into bottom on push pop containers and press down with back of spoon. Pipe in lemon mixture and then top with more graham crackers. Pipe in raspberry mixture and then sprinkle with  graham crackers. Place the lid on top and then freeze for at least 1 hour.
Adapted from Kraft Foods

You could easily change up the yogurt flavors to customize this recipe for whatever you prefer 🙂

If you like this recipe and your looking for more recipes like it, along with ideas for parties, crafts and seasonal decor, make sure to stop by my blog, The Pink Flour and you can follow me on Pinterest, Instagram, Google+, Twitter, and Facebook.  Megan The Pink Flour Blog Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Instagram BlogLovin’

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ps,  if you’d like to be a guest poster, just email me at bigredcliffordblog @ gmail.com.
love to have you! 


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About Meg

I am Meg, a photographer and designer and a wish-i-owned-a-house-er. My husband and I are self-declared foodies and LOVE projects. We blog about food and DIY adventures from sunny San Diego with our two cutie kids and have an apparel line at colormeapparel.com to keep us busy. Email me at [email protected] to work with me!

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