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Freezing Yogurt

Have you ever freezed individual yogurt cups? How was it when you ate them? I am thinking of getting a bunch with coupons and a good sale right now, but I am the only one in my house who can tollerate yogurt.

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I actually enjoy eating them frozen, but they thaw fine. Just open and stir.

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When I froze yogurt I was not happy with the consistency when it thawed. It wasn't creamy. It was lumpy, watery and just plain weird...to me. I wound up using it in smoothies.

If you want the yogurt to have the same exact consistency as is does prior to freezing, it won't be the same.

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In the summer we freeze the GoGurts and the kids eat it frozen, its really good. Not sure about the cups but it looks like other do it and its fine. =)

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All the time. If you eat it while still just slightly frozen, good choice for ice cream. My kids like to have the Yoplait Whips frozen. It does separate just a bit but mix it up and it is the same. I have even frozen greek yogurt with no problems.

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i actually take a sheet of wax paper and spoon tiny dollups of yogurt on there and freeze them, they are a good tasty healthy snack for the kiddos!

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I freeze yogurt all the time! After it's thawed it can be a little watery at the top, but still tastes good.

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I think they would be fine, I freeze Go-gurts for my kids all the time and they are tasty!

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My daughter does that and likes it.

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