I love these refillable squeeze tubes that you can use to make your own homemade yogurt tubes. What is great is that you can use plain greek yogurt and just add fresh fruit. We used blueberries but you could use any of your favorite berries including strawberries and raspberries. This really cuts down on the sugar that is included in most commercially prepared portable squeeze yogurt tubes. Also, many of the yogurt tubes you buy at the store have artificial colors and flavors. Without too much time and trouble at all, you can make your own yogurt tubes that are made from simple fresh ingredients. You AND your kids will love them!
I love that the Zipzicle refillable squeeze tubes are made from strong durable BPA-free material to prevent worries about tears, bites and health. They also have reinforced side seals to prevent splitting when freezing. You just fill, zip closed and freeze! There is no need for knots, clips, or sticks. These are perfect for making Homemade Yogurt Tubes.
Berry Homemade Yogurt Tubes Ingredients/materials- (makes 6)
2 Cups Greek yogurt
2 Cups fresh washed blueberries or frozen – or you could use any of your other favorite berries including strawberries or raspberries.
6 Zipzicle bags – Refillable Squeeze Tubes
1 Food funnel
Directions To Make your Own Berry Homemade Yogurt Tubes
1. Scoop your Greek yogurt and blueberries into your blender and blend on milkshake mode for about two to three minutes
2. Place your funnel into the top of your Zipzicle bag (Refillable Squeeze Tubes) and slowly start pouring your blueberry yogurt into your funnel until you reach the ‘fill to’ line
3. Seal the tops of the bags and rinse off any overspill
4. Refrigerate or freeze for an ice cold healthy treat
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