These yogurt pops are made with Greek yogurt and a tangerine children’s supplement. It’s a delicious after school treat when you child needs a supplement such as Barlean’s Omega Pals.
I received product samples from some sponsor companies to aid in the creation of the #Back2School week recipes. All opinions are mine alone. Today’s post is sponsored by Barlean’s, Hamilton Beach, and Rhodes Bread as well as Crispy Green, The Spice House, and PackIt.
Back to school is a trying time for kids and parents. I love having my kids home and spending time with them. Now that they are teenagers that feeling has not changed from their younger days. The house is just so quiet, I feel a little lost the first day or two. But then I pick them up from school and hear all about their day, so there’s always something to look forward to. Now I know many parents can’t wait for their kids to go back to school and I could never understand that concept. We have fun together, on our time, without homework deadlines or dinner timelines. It’s just us.
I love making pops for my kids. So much so that I bought new popsicle molds this summer. When I found out Barlean’s was a sponsor for this week and that we’d be receiving a supplement for kids I immediately thought yogurt pops.
Why did I think yogurt pops? Well, Barlean’s Omega Pals is a supplement that need to be precisely dosed. There are only two ingredients. For each pop you will need one-third a cup of Greek yogurt. Measure the Barlean’s, according to the package directions, into the Greek yogurt. Using a mini whisk, combine. If you only partially mix the two ingredients, you will have a swirled look to your pops.
If your doctor has suggested a supplement for your child, you may want to check out Barlean’s.
Do not double or triple the recipe. Each pop is designed for one daily serving of Barlean’s. Do not allow your child to have more than one a day, unless directed by your doctor. Mix each pop individually so there is not more than one serving in a pop. Plus, the flavor will be overpowering.
Use of Barlean’s Omega Pals is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Please consult your pediatrician.
For each yogurt pop you need:
- 1/3 cup vanilla Greek yogurt
- 1 1/2 teaspoons Barlean's Omega Pals in Tangerine
- In a small bowl, mix yogurt and Barlean's with a whisk. Add to pop mold and repeat making desired number of pops. It's not necessary to mix completely. You get a swirled look if you don't.
Do not double or triple the recipe. Each pop is designed for one daily serving of Barlean's. Mix each pop individually so there is not more than one serving in a pop.
Use of Barlean's Omega Pals is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Ellen Folkman and Family Around the Table make no claims as to the effectiveness of the product and shall be held harmless.
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