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.
Yogurt: Use any plain regular or Greek-style yogurt you like, just keep in mind Greek yogurt will produce thicker results and is easier to work with. Non-dairy yogurt works great as well.Suggested Fruit: Use any combination of the following suggested fruits: peaches, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, cherries, and/or avocado. Fruit can be fresh or frozen, but be sure to defrost fruit and drain off the excess liquid BEFORE making yogurt tubes, so that the mixture blends up nice and creamy. Adding vegetables: Pumpkin puree, fresh spinach, sweet potato puree, or carrot puree all work really well in yogurt pouches. You can mix the vegetables with fruits or simply use vegetables.