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    Default Can you freeze yoghurt?

    Does it defrost ok?

    The reason is that I was thinking of getting some of those washable pouches and filling them up with yoghurt and freezing them for school lunches (so they will defrost in DS's lunch box).

    Do some brands work better than others?

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    The yoghurt pouches I buy say they can be frozen so I'd say yes?

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    I've frozen them before, they make great ice packs for lunch boxes too. I haven't had any of the defrosted ones myself but DD wolfs them down still!

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    I find the texture can be a bit off, but great for cooking and most kids don't seem to mind it :P

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    I froze a tub and it was very runny after being frozen. Not lovely and thick like the tub I'd just used up that was only refrigerated. It was have the texture of drinking yoghurt rather than the kind you eat with a spoon. Still tastes fine though. I ended up making yoghurt muffins out of mine

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    I freeze mine in ice cube trays...

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    My kids took frozen tubs of yoghurt to school most of last year, I decant it from a big mundella tub, they ate it and I didn't have any complaints I've just ordered some pouches after posting a thread asking for recommendations here http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...ouches+yoghurt

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    Yes! I saw this really cool - and so easy - idea after someone on bubhub posted a link to this blog...

    http://theorganisedhousewife.com.au/...cup-icy-poles/



 

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