Want to know if you can freeze Gogurt?
This quick guide not only answers that question, but also provides information you will find useful, as it relates to freezing this popular kids yogurt snack.
So, let us get right into it.
Can You Freeze Gogurt?
Yes, you are able to freeze Gogurt and it is also recommended by the manufacturer, Yoplait. Gogurt boxes prominently state that the yogurt based snack should be packed frozen and it will be thawed by lunch. Children love frozen Gogurt, as it makes for a great cold snack. As recommended by the manufacturer, once thawed, it should not be refrozen.
What to Know About Frozen Go-Gurt
Below are a couple tidbits that you will find useful when it comes to frozen Gogurt.
Perfect for Lunchboxes
If you are looking for cold treats to put in your child’s lunchbox, then you should consider freezing Gogurt.
Gogurts are a lunchtime favorite and with them being frozen, they will be thawed perfectly and still cold by the time the child is ready to eat lunch.
It Should Not Be Refrozen
Yoplait, the manufacturers of Go-Gurt, highlights on their boxes that the yogurt snack should not be refrozen.
While Yoplait hasn’t given any reason for their instructions, it is safe to say that like, Frozen Greek Yogurt, once thawed, it can become grainy and runny.
Refreezing would probably impact the taste and texture, so do not consider doing it.
How to Freeze Gogurt
The process of freezing Gogurt is not rocket science, as you take a couple of packs and throw them in the freezer.
However, there are a couple of steps that should be done to ensure you get a perfect freeze.
- Place a box of Gogurt in the freezer. If you are freezing individual packets, remove from box.
- Take the individual Gogurt packets and lay them flat in a section of the freezer.
- Freeze till solid.
- When ready to eat the frozen Gogurt, you can enjoy directly out of the freezer as a cold treat or let it sit in a lunchbox or refrigerator till it thaws.
Wrapping it up
Ok, we’ve now reached then end of our quick guide to freezing Gogurt.
Now it’s time to hear from you.
Will you be throwing Gogurts in the freezer from now on? Did you freeze it and the kids had it as a nice cold treat? Did they like it?
Let me know your answers by leaving a comment below.