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Strawberry Chobani Yogurt Drops

Halfway through August and temperatures are soaring ’round the country. Instead of sticking your face in front of the fan and cranking your air conditioner full blast, get creative in the kitchen to cool off!

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These Strawberry Chobani Yogurt Drops couldn’t be any easier. And the best part? Peeling them off the parchment paper is reminiscent of eating candy buttons as a kid!

First things first. Grab:

-cup of Chobani (we used Strawberry for this, but use whichever tickles your fancy)

-strainer

-spoon

-bowl

-baking sheet

-aluminum foil or parchment paper

-plastic bag with small hole cut in the corner, or a frosting bag and attachment.

As much as we adore the bits of real fruit in CHO, a little straining is required for this frozen treat if you use a frosting tip.

Spoon out desired amount of yogurt and get to straining! Just move your spoon around, evenly distributing the fruit so you’re left with a nothing but good bowl of smooth, creamy yogurt.

Fill your plastic bag or frosting bag with the yogurt.

Now comes the fun part! Cover a baking sheet with aluminum foil or parchment paper, so your drops are easy to remove when frozen.

Seriously, go crazy! We used a decorative frosting tip to make our yogurt drops, but you can do this just as easily with the plastic bag and a cut-off corner. After all, they’re just going to wind up in your belly.

Freeze for 1.5 hours, peel, and enjoy!