The weather is still warm and the want and need for iced lollies by the kids is REAL. I have to admit that I am partial to the word popsicle – it just lends itself so well to the word Funfetti.
Well lucky me, Fair Cape Dairies sent me an assortment of goodies, one of them being a large tub (1kg) of their Full Cream Vanilla Flavoured Choc-Chip Yoghurt (that’s a mouthful, a delicious mouthful). Yes, I could add a few dollops to a bowl, hand each baby a spoon and they would be delighted. But. Eating something off of a stick is just so much better. I also still can’t get enough of Romes (18 months) saying Coooooolld. Yoghurt is an absolute staple in our home and I will admit that Fair Cape is often in our refrigerator, especially the full cream milk – it makes THE best cereal milk! You know what I’m talking about – when you let your cornflakes sit in a bowl of milk for longer than you should and that corn flakey (what kind of word did I just invent?!) flavour is left. The ideal breakfast drink. But back to the yoghurt…
Fair Cape has a reputation for loving their cows in a big way. Look after your cows, produce incredibly good quality milk. Now when I say this dairy looks after their cows, I mean it. Creating a peaceful environment for their dairy beauties, providing their cows with spacious and comfortable housing, easy access to fresh, clean water and food, monitoring the cows daily (up to three times a day) to ensure good health and scoring cows on a bi-annual basis on the Cow Comfort Index. All of that milk leads to that now nearly famous Choc-Chip Yoghurt…
Ash nearly fell off his chair when he spotted choc-chip yoghurt – fell off his chair! Popsicles had to be made and this is how we did it…
- Full Cream Vanilla Flavoured Choc-Chip Yoghurt
- Popsicle (Iced Lolly) moulds
- Wooden Ice Cream Sticks
Fill moulds with yoghurt, pop in a wooden ice cream stick, freeze, run under warm water to pop out, sprinkle with Funfetti – ENJOY!
Happy Funfetti Popsicle Eating x
*The products for this post were Gifted by Fair Cape Dairies to Pass The Salt Blog*