Homemade Copycat Gogurt

There is nothing my kids love more than Gogurt even my youngest.  So this weekend I decided them make some of my very own Homemade Copycat Gogurt for them to enjoy.

Homemade Copycat Gogurt

All 3 of my kids love gogurt and they request one at every meal.  We all know how expensive store bought Gogurt can be and it’s not always in the budget but my kids love it.  Another factor of store bought Gogurt is all the ingredients included in them and the amount of sugar that my kids can really do without.  I don’t need to fill my kids up on artificial colors and sugars so I wanted to make my own so I know exactly what’s in it.  These are so easy to make and can be stored in the freezer and taken out whenever you need one.  Best of all they’re great for adults too!

Homemade Copycat Gogurt

Yields 5 tubes

What you need:

  • 1 Cup Plain Yogurt
  • 1 Cup chopped Strawberries
  • 1 Banana
  • 1 Tbsp Gelatin
  • Pack of Zipzicles (Purchase here)


Place your yogurt, strawberries, bananas and gelatin and blend in a food processor until everything is blended nicely.  Using a funnel and fill each Zipzicle with the gogurt and seal.  Place them in the freezer until they’re ready to be consumed.  These Zipzicle are so affordable and you can get a pack of 36, which means gogurt for the kids and healthy on the go snacks for adults!




If you Love this Homemade Copycat Gogurt be sure to check out the rest of my fun recipes here.

9 thoughts on “Homemade Copycat Gogurt

  1. Hi! Just curious, I see honey in your picture, but not in your recipe. Do you use the honey for added sweetness?
  2. Love this! So much better than all the added sugars - using honey for added sweetness is perfect-o. Thanks for sharing at Show Me Saturday. Pinning!
  3. hello This was delicious my son just loved it and I m so happy he s finally eating yogurt and loving it ..... What a relief ....thanks for sharing this wonderful receipe
  4. Is it possible to use a flavored low fat / low sugar yogurt with the gelatin and no added fruits or sweetness? Have a very picky eater and I don't want to use fresh fruits only for him to not eat it...

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