Today I am going to tell you about that time that I didn’t have to add ingredients to my yogurt. This discovery then lead to me to creating a craft for my kids. The story begins with me heading to the fridge for a morning snack…
As I peaked into my collection of foods, there I saw 5 varieties of Plenti Yogurt from Yoplait. There was Peach, Strawberry, Blueberry, Black Cherry, and Vanilla. All were ready to go with the mix-ins including Pumpkin Seeds, Flax Seeds, and Whole Grain Oats. The hardest decision was which one to eat first.
I had already tried a Vanilla, so I went for the Strawberry and wasn’t disapointed. As I continued to eat out of my delicious yogurt cup, my hunger was curbed and I was also struck with inspiration.
My kids were about to decorate and upcycle milk jugs into flower pots, and these Plenti Yogurt from Yoplait containers would work just as well!
Plenti Yogurt from Yoplait is a filling snack with Calcium, Vitamin D, and is also high in Protein. It is available in 10 Gluten FREE flavors including: Black Cherry, Blueberry, Coconut, Peach, Raspberry, Spiced Apple, Strawberry, and Vanilla.
Look for this product at your local grocery store, and be sure to visit the Plenti Instagram page or more insights into the yogurt.
Yogurt Cup Flower Pots
To get started with the pots, I first removed the labels, washed and dried the cups, and proceeded to make the containers. I decorated one for an example with markers and then handed the rest over to my kiddos to get creative.
To complete the creation, I poked 4 holes in the bottom for drainage and then added soil, seeds, and water. In the next month, we should be seeing basil, sunflowers, and peppers popping up in our Plenti Yogurt from Yoplait containers.
Have you tried Plenti Yogurt? What your favorite flavor or ingredient?
My kiddos have also tried the Blueberry and they left no yogurt behind. I am looking forward to continuing to explore the many flavors of Plenti Yogurt and upcycling a few more cups.
Many thanks to Plenti for sponsoring today’s story and encouraging me to a whole new side of yogurt!