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  1. My kids (soon to be 2 and 5) LOVE to make smoothies with yogurt, milk/juice (whatever we have), spinach, and frozen or fresh fruit (again, whatever we have). I bet you could easily mix in some spinach to your recipe and boost the Vitamin C and give them an extra little does of greens for the day πŸ™‚

    1. Absolutely! We actaully get a juice that we nickname “green juice” and they LOVE it!

      The beauty of the simple milk+yogurt mix, though, is that it can sit in the fridge for a few days without seperating or getting weird (unlike a smoothie). πŸ™‚

      We love to do smoothies too though! Sometimes I also add chia seeds!

  2. These is such a simple yet brilliant idea! I make my son a lot of smoothies..but this would be a great thing to have on hand for an easy snack or breakfast on the go! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Exactly! It’s so quick and easy to grab! Plus… unlike smoothies – the mixture doesn’t seperate after sitting in the fridge for a bit. So you really don’t need to do anything to it other than maybe find a straw!

  3. I have to try this with my toddlers. I avoid giving them any sugary yogurt whatsoever, but this sounds like a great alternative! I wonder if I can use those toddler snack packs to store it and take with us as on-the-go snack. I sure will give it a try.

  4. madrediem says:

    Oh wow, this is so great! My son would drink those all the time when he was younger, until I realized how awful they are and stopped buying them. This recipe will definitely come in handy, so thank you!

  5. I seriously need to do this! Now I just need to convince my kids that Mommy’s homemade version is better!

  6. Can you please tell me where to buy caps for these? I purchased the bottles through your link because you said how unbreakable they are and I want to bring them to work. But they don’t have caps! BTW your recipe is great.

    1. For sure!! I find the ones from Ashland work amazing! You can get them at Michael’s if you have a store near you! I’ve gotten some online before but can’t seem to find the link. Let me know if you don’t have a Michael’s!

      1. Yes! Thank you! My Michales has them and I purchased today! They were inexpensive and that made me happy too.

  7. thank you! this is amazing. my kids have been so into the yogurt drinks lately but it feels so wasteful to throw away the plastic containers. this is so much better, especially now when I can’t get out to the store as often as I would like

  8. This one is really easy and practical. Forwarding this post now to my sister who has a son who cries a lot if he doesn’t get his dose of yogurt drink. Thanks for this Rachel.

  9. I have a question…

    curious you make these with some protein powder as well? If like to have these after a workout if possible.