Peaches and Cream Frozen Yogurt Pops {$50 GC Giveaway}

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Peaches and Cream Yogurt Posicles

I’ve reached an age where I don’t have babies anymore but all the young adults that are close to my family are now starting families. This means I get to get my baby fix without having to have a baby. It is the perfect training for becoming a grandma someday. Part of that job is going to entail cooking with baby food, and I was asked to come up with something yummy using some baby food from Gerber!

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The Gerber cereals come in 4 different flavors; Oatmeal Single-grain, MultiGrain, Oatmeal & Banana, and Lil’ Bits which is a cereal with little pieces of fruit in it. I wish we’d had these flavors when I first became a mom, we pretty much had rice and oatmeal.

I decided that since it is ridiculously warm these days that I would make peaches and cream frozen yogurt pops, using Gerber’s yogurt blends, peaches and multi-grain cereal and greek yogurt. With no baking involved, it could not be any easier. Also, if your child has issues with texture, these pops don’t have fruit chunks in them. And, well, you don’t have to be a child to enjoy them, anybody can enjoy a cool treat.

Peaches and Cream Frozen Yogurt Pops with secret ingredients!!

And they probably wouldn’t even know they are eating something made with baby food. That says a lot about the flavor of the baby food if you ask me! They also won’t realize that they are eating cereal using an iron fortified ingredient that also has Vitablocks® blend of six B Vitamins, Vitamins E and C, iron, zinc, and calcium. I love sneaking in things that are healthy for me. Baby food isn’t just for babies any more!

 

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Peaches and Cream Frozen Yogurt Popsicles {$50 GC Giveaway}
 
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Peaches and Cream Frozen Yogurt Popsicles
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 4
Ingredients
  • 3 serving cups of Gerber Yogurt Blends, peach flavor
  • 1 serving cup Gerber peaches
  • 1 TBS. Gerber Multi-Grain cereal
  • 4 TBS Vanilla Greek Yogurt
Instructions
  1. Mix the yogurt, yogurt blend and cereal in a bowl
  2. Spoon into your molds leaving ¼ at the top
  3. Fill the rest of the gap with the peaches, then take a knife and swirl the peaches through the yogurt mix
  4. Freeze for 4-6 hours (less time if you have a machine like Zoku)

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About Candace Reid

Candace Reid is the owner and author of My Serendipity Life. She is the mother of 3 and a college graduate having earned her Associates Degree in Business for Hospitality/Food Service Management. an an AAS degree in Photographic Imaging from Lansing Community College. She also loves to blog about food, fun tech and travel. Email Candace

Comments

  1. @sheeshaland says:

    I bet it would be good in smoothies or added to mashed potatoes.

  2. Something with vegetables so she starts to get a taste for vegetables

  3. Susan Christy says:

    A smoothie or muffins.

  4. A smoothie.

  5. Danielle says:

    In banana bread or cookies.

  6. Betsy Barnes says:

    I would add Gerber Oatmeal and Banana cereal in pancakes. 🙂

  7. Jeanne Rousseau says:

    I think applesauce in the crockpot with a pork loin would be a good choice!

  8. Stephen Saunders says:

    anything with veggies. gotta sneak n scheme to get those veggies down, right?

  9. Adrienne says:

    Cupcakes.

  10. Karen Behrman says:

    banana nut muffins

  11. Cynthia C says:

    I would put some of the cereal in my oatmeal chocolate chip cookies.

  12. Ashley C says:

    I think it would be yummy in blueberry or banana nut muffins

  13. In the smoothies.

  14. Denise B. says:

    I would sneak it into oatmeal cookies, because I don’t like the rough texture.

  15. i really like that Peaches & Cream Popsicle, especially in this warm weather. I might try the same recipe but with bananas, apricot or other fruit flavors

  16. Theresa Lichauco says:

    Meatloaf is such a natural for sneaking baby cereal into the loaf.
    (he-he)

  17. Mami2jcn says:

    I would make banana nut muffins with banana baby food.

  18. I would sneak it into cookies.

  19. Angela Kinder says:

    I would be so tempted to use it in a baked bread or cookies.

  20. heather s says:

    I would use it in smoothies

  21. Carrot cake or banana bread

  22. I would sneak it into my Banana Oat Muffins or my meatloaf to give it more flavor.

  23. Lester Gnadt says:

    This could be a treat for me. Make my day, Please

  24. Margaret Smith says:

    Banana muffins and blueberry muffins.

  25. cookies or muffins

  26. Sandy Klocinski says:

    I would sneak baby cereal into pancakes

  27. Barbara Montag says:

    I would add baby cereal to my smoothie for a nutritional boost.
    thank you

  28. Allison S. says:

    I would add it into my banana bread or carrot cake recipes.

  29. paige chandler says:

    I would sneak it into pancakes.

  30. Laurajj says:

    Oh that is such a great idea on the popsicles! Our little one would love those! I would love to try to add to my bread pudding!

  31. Kim Henrichs says:

    I would sneak it into peach crisp!

  32. John Iavarone says:

    sneak a little in some smashed carrots.

  33. janetfaye says:

    I would sneak it into banana bread.

  34. Kelly D says:

    I would add it to my zucchini bread recipe.

  35. Lisa Brown says:

    I would put the Oatmeal & Banana cereal in banana bread or pancakes.

  36. Lorena Keech says:

    I’d try it in blueberry cobbler or apple/peach crisp.

  37. HS kraftmaking says:

    I will make blueberry muffin.

  38. kayla sheehan says:

    smoothies and muffins! Easy to make too

  39. Jessica To says:

    I would sneak it into banana bread.

  40. Susan Smith says:

    I would sneak it into banana nut muffins

  41. well I do like to make my own popsicles and would love to try this. I’d like to try it in no-bake energy bars, I’m always experimenting with new ingredients for them.

  42. maybe in a smoothie

  43. I think I would sneak baby cereal in a blueberry and banana cupcake!

  44. Wanda McHenry says:

    I would sneak it into Oatmeal Raisin and Cranberry cookies.

  45. doug gerard says:

    a loaf of banana bread–sure it would add a lot of moistness!

  46. I would put it in muffins

  47. David N. says:

    I have been known to add baby cereal to smoothies as a thickener. Works great.

  48. I would make banana muffins

  49. I would add baby cereal to a yogurt and fruit breakfast parfait!

  50. I would sneak it into muffins.

  51. shelly peterson says:

    I would make oatmeal raisin cookies.

  52. Chrystal D says:

    I think I could probably sneak some into an apple or peach crisp.

  53. tammy shelton says:

    I would make some yummy Banana Nut Muffins.

  54. Elizabeth Owens says:

    Such a good idea! I think I would sneak it into brownies!

  55. Karen R says:

    I would make an oatmeal pie.

  56. Janet W. says:

    I would sneak baby cereal into my oatmeal chocolate chip cookie recipe!

  57. I think it would blend in nicely with pancake mix

  58. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I Would Use Gerber Cereal In Banana Bread.

  59. Cassandra says:

    I cant wait to try Gerber in muffins!! My kiddos and I love muffins for breakfast and are always looking for new fun ways to make them 🙂

  60. JAMES LYNAM says:

    In banana bread for sure.

  61. Linda G. says:

    I would put it in cookies

  62. Thomas Murphy says:

    I would make cookies with it.

  63. Terri Irvin says:

    Banana Nut bread would be what I would bake.

  64. I would use baby food along with Greek yogurt to make a strawberry muffin!

  65. Brittney House says:

    I like to put applesauce in my muffins.

  66. Ellie Wright says:

    I would sneak it in banana bread.

  67. Rebecca Graham says:

    I would put it in my muffins or breads.

  68. Theresa Jenkins says:

    I’ve never done this … I’d try it first in pancakes

  69. Joseph Stowell says:

    Because the weather is hot now, the Peaches and Cream Frozen Yogurt Popsicles would be great!

  70. I would sneak baby cereal into oatmeal cookies.

  71. Lisa V. says:

    I would add it to muffins.

  72. Amy Orvin says:

    I would sneak it in blueberry pancakes.

  73. I stumbled on your site randomly, and I regret for not finding it earlier 🙁
    Your blog is filled with awesome contents Candace. And yes, I’ve entered the giveaway and hope to win. 🙂

  74. I would use this cereal in my apple crisp recipe!

  75. Michelle C says:

    I would like to add baby food to muffins!

  76. Janice Cooper says:

    I would sneak it when I make homemade pancakes

  77. Ashley C says:

    I think it would be good in pancakes!

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  78. I would sneak baby cereal in muffins.

  79. Amanda P says:

    I think it would be a great way to sneak some veggies into spaghetti sauce!

  80. Sheila K. says:

    I would put the baby cereal into oatmeal raisin cookies!

  81. Sarah L says:

    I’d put some in my oatmeal cookies.
    Thanks for the contest.

  82. I would put it in my blueberry muffin recipe!

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  83. Michelle Robbins says:

    I can sneak babyfood into brownies, muffins or pancakes.

  84. Karla R. says:

    Maybe in cookies or muffins.

  85. rich morris says:

    hmm, maybe puppy chow?

  86. Allison Swain says:

    I would try to make waffles with this.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  87. Crystal F says:

    I would sneak it into some banana bread. Thank you!!

  88. Kaitlin Mark says:

    Honestly these popsicles look awesome to hide baby cereal in!

  89. Trisha Burgess says:

    I add it in pancakes, muffins and cookies! I would definitely try the yogurt pops, they sound delicious!

  90. Kristen says:

    I’d try it in zucchini bread.

  91. Ooh, I’ve blended it into smoothies before 🙂

  92. I would sneak baby cereal into oatmeal raisin cookies.

  93. Julia Barnes says:

    I would sneak them in muffins!

  94. Sarah Hayes says:

    this is definitely going in some waffles

  95. Christina Oliver says:

    Smoothies

  96. Rosanne says:

    I would put baby cereal into my blueberry muffin recipe

  97. Kevin Gildersleeve says:

    I think sneaking it into oatmeal would be great.

  98. cyndi br says:

    I would use it in cake

  99. Lasonda says:

    I would sneak it into cookies or muffins.

  100. Monique Rizzo says:

    Strawberry breakfast muffins.
    Thank you for the giveaway!

  101. Emily R. says:

    I would sneak it in blueberry/banana muffins.

  102. Brenda Haines says:

    Add baby cereal to waffle batter to be sneaky. 🙂

  103. I sneak some in to all my Dad’s gravies and soups. It helps to thicken without so much fattening cream and he never knows the difference.

  104. robyn paris says:

    I like using it in smoothies.

  105. Peggy Johnson says:

    I would slip it into my pound cake.

  106. Jennifer Marie says:

    I would make oatmeal cookies.

  107. I would use it in smoothies.

  108. Jill Rivera says:

    I can see cereal in muffins.

  109. Denise Sachs says:

    I could sneak it into fruit smoothies.

  110. Christopher Mason says:

    Fried oreos. i’d use it as the batter.

  111. Mary Cloud says:

    I would sneak it into muffins or cookies

  112. A smoothie.

  113. elizabeth miller says:

    I think it would be really good to add to a moothis or to homemade ice cream.

  114. some muffins!

  115. natasha Lamoreux says:

    I would sneak it some muffins or whole wheat pancakes.

  116. Rochel S says:

    In muffins or bread

  117. Patricia Mingozzi says:

    I would sneak it into cookies.

  118. Steve Weber says:

    I would sneak it on top of my apple crisp.

  119. I would sneak it into bread.

  120. Sarah Hall says:

    I have made cookies with baby food and they were very good.

  121. MARIA simon says:

    im thinking mashed potatoes or banannas

  122. Jessica Small says:

    I would sneak it into muffins or some kind of bread

  123. I would use it in chocolate zucchini bread.

  124. probably yogurt, mix it in with cereal, would be nice and crunchy.

  125. Melissa says:

    i would probably put it in a cookie recipe.

  126. melissa Resnick says:

    some kind of muffin (apple , banana)

  127. Bridgett Wilbur says:

    I would put it in my oatmeal cookies. The kids just love them.

  128. I would make oatmeal raisin cookies.

  129. joe gersch says:

    I would sneak it into oatmeal

  130. Cereal marshmallow bars like rice crispy treats!

  131. Daniel M says:

    cookies or muffins

  132. Tamra H says:

    I would try it in muffins!

  133. I’d put it in some bread

  134. Tabathia B says:

    I think I would use it and make a glaze for pork chops

  135. Kristina Potter says:

    I make popsicles out of baby food all the time. Our favorite is Hawain delight, and mango.

  136. Barbara Brooks says:

    We have a family squash bread with summer squash could be great adding squash to and or applesauce for sweeting rather than sugar.

  137. Keeley Sullivan says:

    I think I would sneak it into banana bread.

  138. I would love to mix with yougurt

  139. Shirley Hicks says:

    smoothies

  140. Trinh Quinonez says:

    I would sneak it in smoothies, muffins, waffles, pancakes, biscuits, corn bread, and cookies.

  141. DeeAnn S says:

    I’d sneak it into mashed potatoes, pancakes, and smoothies.

  142. Casey E Hart says:

    Could use in meatloaf I think that would work

  143. sharon shafran says:

    pinterest does not work

  144. Tonya flores dreese says:

    I would like to see more rice and fruit recipes.

  145. Jennifer R says:

    I would use the oatmeal baby food to make skin care masks for my face.

  146. Kathy Pease says:

    I would mix some with vanilla ice cream

  147. timothy says:

    I would try to maybe sneak it into a lemon square or fruit bar.

  148. I would sneak it into banana bread or pancakes

  149. Dee Hadley says:

    I think it would probably be pretty good in potato soup or meatloaf.

  150. I’d sneak it into something like mashed potatoes.

  151. Jaime Cummings says:

    I would use baby cereal in meatloaf/meatballs instead of breadcrumbs, maybe make spaghetti 🙂

  152. Grandma’s Banana Bread recipe!

  153. latanya says:

    in some meatballs

  154. Janine H says:

    I think it’d be easiest to sneak into a muffin or cookie recipe

  155. I don’t have to sneak it in since we have an 11 month old. She loves it. BUT — if I had to sneak it in, it would probably go in a smoothie or something for my son.

  156. Richard Hicks says:

    Sneak it into some waffles for breakfast

  157. Erica B. says:

    I could sneak it into banana bread.

  158. claudia davis says:

    Muffins or maybe pancakes

  159. Francine Anchondo says:

    I would put it into a smoothie.

  160. Joy Venters says:

    muffins

  161. Either in bread or muffins

  162. I would sneak baby cereal I really into a fruit and yogurt smoothie.

  163. Denise M says:

    Zucchini bread or banana muffins

  164. Seyma Shabbir says:

    I would sneak it in Applesauce bread or banana bread. This would be great to use and cut back on flour.

  165. Jerry Marquardt says:

    I would sneak baby cereal into cake and cookies to enhance nutrition secretly.

  166. I think it would work well in meat loaf.

  167. J Brodman says:

    I would use it in smoothies. Also in fruit muffins, I would think it would make them more moist.

  168. Shannon says:

    I would make banana bread.

  169. Lori Walker says:

    I’d add it to meatloaf…

  170. Kimberly Hilbert says:

    I could try to use it for my banana cookies.But I usually just use cereal for cereal and real bananas for my cookies.

  171. Christine Hodgson says:

    I would sneak into some delicious cookies!

  172. Philip Lawrence says:

    In granola bars!

  173. allison wever says:

    a smoothie would be good

  174. That is super cool! As a mother of 3 boys…the youngest is 6 months I think they would enjoy this treat! Thanks for creating and sharing!

    • I commented before I saw the requirements for the contest (super excited) anyway, the recipe I would sneak baby cereal into would be….a smoothie. My youngest loves smoothies and adding cereal would be a great way to boost the nutrients

  175. krystal wethington says:

    Muffins. They would never know.

  176. add some fresh fruit with the yogurt,,, yummy

  177. I would love to sneak it into smoothies and farina.

  178. Tracey byram says:

    I would use baby cereal in my meatloaf.

  179. Dorothy Hubbard says:

    I would add it to puddings.

  180. allison says:

    i would definitely sneak it into banana bread! thanks so much for the chances to win.

  181. Tracy Heyer says:

    I would put it in smoothies and muffins.

  182. Shatema Brown says:

    in a cake

  183. Lily Kwan says:

    a smoothie

  184. Sharon Braswell says:

    I would sneak baby cereal into a fruity muffin recipe. Had trouble with entry form, but I followed you on Twitter @SharonBraswell1 Thank you!

  185. Peter G says:

    Smoothies or in muffins and as toppings.

  186. Brandon Sparks says:

    In smoothies for sure.

  187. Laurie Emerson says:

    I would definitely add it to my banana bread.

  188. Breanne says:

    I would mix it into muffins.

  189. Stephanie Liske says:

    I think I could sneak it into cookies.

  190. amy smeltzer says:

    I don’t have any babies or kids but you could use it in muffins and things like that.

  191. Stefanie Gladden says:

    I would sneak cereal into banana nut bread!

  192. Brian E. says:

    We could use the oatmeal cereal in our homemade chocolate chip cookie recipe.

  193. Danielle Wood says:

    In with the waffles

  194. I would sneak it onto smoothies!

  195. Buddy Garrett says:

    I would sneak it into Strawberry Pancakes.

  196. Laurie Nykaza says:

    I think Banana muffins would be perfect to use.

  197. Gotta go with banana bread

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