Freezing Yogurt

Updated on April 20, 2012
K.L. asks from Fort Stewart, GA
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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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H.P.

answers from Houston on

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

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F.M.

answers from Lincoln on

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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F.H.

answers from Phoenix on

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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D.N.

answers from Chicago on

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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T.V.

answers from New York on

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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K.I.

answers from Los Angeles on

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

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B.C.

answers from Dallas on

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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S.H.

answers from Honolulu on

My daughter does that and likes it.

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D.P.

answers from Sacramento on

I've never froze the yogurt cups but I have the gogurts and Ive done the pudding cups. Both worked out great!

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M.L.

answers from Houston on

I put the yogurt in popsicle molds along with fresh fruit and freeze them. My kids love them. I don't know how long it extends the life of it though.

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G.H.

answers from Chicago on

my kids eat frozen yogurt cups all the time, that's the way they prefer them....we don't thaw them just eat like ice cream cups or sherbert cups

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B.C.

answers from Los Angeles on

I have frozen yogurt and have eaten it frozen and thawed. If you eat it frozen it will have some crystals, but i liked it anyway.

Good luck to you and yours.

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F.B.

answers from Atlanta on

I usually freeze yogurt tubes for kids so that they can take them to school for lunch. Yogurt cups I usually eat them partially frozen if I buy a lot and it tastes fine but adding more sweetness would make me feel more like I am eating ice cream(or frozen yogurt) If you thaw them and open the tops they might look more separated from clear part and milk part however the taste should not be affected.