Skip the store-bought Gogurt tubes and make your own! Homemade Gogurt is one of the easiest, healthiest snacks you can prepare and only takes two simple ingredients. Plain yogurt is blended up with mixed berries and then filled in tubes for a cheaper and healthier version of the store-bought yogurt tubes.
My kids always ask to take a Gogurt in their school lunches.
But not store-bought Gogurts, which are often filled with excess sugar and sometimes even food coloring.
However, you only need 2 simple ingredients and a blender to make your own tubes of homemade Gogurts.
- Plain Yogurt: You can opt to use dairy-free or organic yogurt. You can even use flavored yogurt, as long as you keep in mind that it will add to the overall sugar content of your homemade yogurt tubes.
- Fruit: I recommend berries for gogurts for the best flavor. Fruit can be fresh or frozen, but be sure to defrost fruit BEFORE making Gogurts, as this will make the filling of yogurt tubes much easier and the yogurt much smoother when blended.
Options for Homemade Gogurt
The base recipe is to use 2 cups plain yogurt and add in 1 cup of the following fruits.
I highly recommend freezing Homemade Gogurts. They will last up to 3 months in the freezer. SimplypPop one in a lunch box in the morning with an ice pack and by lunch, they are defrosted and ready to eat.
Alternatively, refrigerate for up to 4 days.
More Homemade Kid-Friendly Treats
- Easy Homemade Fruit Roll-Ups
- DIY Drumstick Ice Cream Cones
- Homemade Larabars
- Gluten-Free No-Bake Granola Bars
- Chocolate Peanut Butter Rice Krispie Treats
If you made Homemade Gogurts, I would love for you to leave a comment and review below.
- 2 cups plain yogurt
- 1 cup fruit such as berries
- Place the yogurt into the blender. Add in 1 cup of the fruit of your choice. And blend until well combined.
- Using a small funnel, carefully fill yogurt tubes with yogurt mixture, leaving at least ½ inch room at top of each tube for expansion. Seal well.
- Store in the freezer for 3 months or in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.
- Place a frozen yogurt tube in school lunches in the morning with an ice pack, and my lunch the tube should be defrosted.