GIVE AWAY!!! Gogurt Molds/Green Smoothie Pop Molds


We are giving away TWO SETS of nor pro silcone molds!!!  These are the one of the BEST  molds I have found to make your own popsicles, frozen green smoothie pops, and of course GOGURTS.  My kids LOVE ’em.  I love them too because I can give them after school snacks, and lunch box treats with out high fructose corn syrup, food colorings, and preservatives!!  If you missed my home made gogurts posts you can check it out how to make them here.

Ideas to use the molds:

Frozen Green Smoothie Pops: You can freeze leftover green smoothie for a snack or for breakfast.  My little guy loves greens smoothies as a popsicle.

Gogurts: Flavor plain yogurt with berries, cocoa powder, pumpkin, honey etc  and pour it into the molds, easy peasy  and you have your own gogurts.  Here is a video I made to show you how

Juice Pops: Put 100% juice in them for juice pops

Applesauce Pops: Take plain applesauce and pour it in the molds.  Freeze them. 100 days of real food gave me this great tip!

Note: if you have a tiny one, it works better to have them eat it FROZEN.  My little guy no problem he can eat them thawed if we take them for a snack or straight out of the freezer.  Skye on the other hand makes a big mess if they aren’t mostly frozen.


To enter the give away:

1. Leave a comment below with what you would put in your mold

2. Sign up for our newsletter.  If you already are signed up then get a friend to sign up.  Leave a comment below telling us you signed up or you invited your lucky friend to.

3. “Like” unconventional kitchen on facebook, not only will it enter you in the giveaway, but you would make my day!!  If you have already liked us, then leave a comment on the page, we would LOVE to hear what you have to say!  Leave a comment letting us know you did.

The give away ends: October 10, at 12 pm mountain standard time.  I will post the two lucky winners on Facebook on October 11th.



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65 Responses to GIVE AWAY!!! Gogurt Molds/Green Smoothie Pop Molds

  1. Danielle says:

    Green smoothie pops sound yummy! Also, I can’t wait to try your gogurt recipe.

  2. Natasha says:

    I love your site and would LOVE this! I’ve been waiting to buy these!

  3. Natasha says:

    Just subscribed to your emails.

  4. My 3 yr old has a habit of grabbing go-gurts from the fridge and eating them one after another throughout the day before I even realize it! I prefer them over the yogurt cups because than my kids go through less spoons. These molds would be a PERFECT solution! So much healthier and less wrappers to deal with as well! I would try lots of different recipes varying with our favorite fresh fruits on hand (and maybe sneaking some spinach in while I’m at it!)

    I have “liked” you on Facebook under “whynotmom” (That’s my FanPage for my business) and I have signed up for your newsletter.

    My kids will be thrilled to win these!

  5. Jennifer Christiansen says:

    My homemade Greek honey yogurt.

  6. Carrie Cummings says:

    I would make a “ice cream pop”. Drizzle chocolate in the bottom and coat the sides(using the recipe with Coconut oil from your Almond Joy’s recipe). Smash a couple of ripe bananas and fill the silicone gogurt container. Add a little chocolate to the top along with chopped almonds. Let freeze. And enjoy.

    That sounds so yummy. I totally hope I win. I love the ideas of making your own gogurts!

  7. Carrie Cummings says:

    And I am passing on your newsletter

  8. Whitney Hansen says:

    My 18 month old downs frozen go-gurts and popsicles. He’s teething and loves that feeling. We would make tons of those for him to just eat, but have ingredients in it that I can read.

  9. Green smoothie and your yogurt recipes. Love your site and all the time and effort you put into it. Thank you!!

  10. Whitney says:

    I think I would make a natural peanut butter and chocolate gogurt (using my gold standard natural whey protein powder). Chocolate and peanut butter just seem to go really well together. I might sweeten it up a little with a banana.

  11. Whitney says:

    Oh…I also “liked” you on fb 🙂

  12. Jennifer says:

    I’d try the chocolate gogurts…..Carrie Cs comment up there makes me inspired to chop up nuts….

    Or hey – how about pistachio and spinach gogurts! Yum?!

  13. Angelica says:

    I would use them with keffir flavored with a fruit or different fruits. At home we usually mix keffir with berries, love it. Thank you for the opportunity.

  14. Melissa says:

    Just discovered your website, love it so far! We love green smoothies around here, my younger son would drink them all day if he could. I never really thought of doing green smoothie pops, what a great idea. I would most definitely use these molds for that more than anything else. I love the idea of using them for yogurt – my kids prefer plain yogurt (I’m Turkish so fruit in yogurt is not something I grew up with, so it never occurs to me to buy it) but I am a BIG prep cook and can see myself making fruit purees in yogurt and storing them like this to add to my muesli for my breakfast. I feel like this would work especially well for fruit that may be starting to get past its prime – freezing it in the yogurt would stretch its life a bit more. Great idea, can’t wait to see more . Just liked you on FB as well!

  15. Marianne says:

    Oh my, I would love to get these. After watching your video I would love do make homemade gogurts for my kids. They love gogurts but they are just way too full of sugar to give them to them everyday. Thanks for the giveaway.

  16. Judi says:

    My daughter and I just watched your video and loved it. We are blessed to have a blendtec as well, and I am always looking for new ways to use it. We would love to be able to make some ‘gogurts’!

  17. Andrea B. says:

    I would love the molds! My kids would gobble up frozen smoothies pops!

  18. Andrea B. says:

    I liked you on Facebook!

  19. Rebecca says:

    I’m seeing these more often. We’d make yogurts for school lunches!

  20. Diana says:

    My girls would love these, so much better then any of the popsicle molds they have out there. I think I would definitely fill them with green smoothies but your yogurt recipes look pretty tempting too!

  21. Diana says:

    and I “like” you on Facebook

  22. Carol says:

    I would love to try chocolate gogurts or strawberry banana smoothie gogurts.

  23. Niecia says:

    What a great idea. I send my kids to school with frozen yogurt too, but what a fun way for them to eat such a healthy treat 😉

  24. Tonya says:

    I think I would make smoothie pops! I ALWAYS have just a little left inn the blender after smoothies…I could just dump the rest in a pop maker and put it in the freezer!!

  25. Megan says:

    I am trying to eat healthier and trying to get my family to also. I would love to sneak in something healthy using these molds and not even have them know it.

  26. Tonya says:

    I liked you on Facebook, and am excited for some new healthy recipe ideas!

  27. Carol says:

    I have signed up for the newsletter, and “like” Unconventional Kitchen on Facebook.

  28. Tonya says:

    I just signed up for your newsletter. 🙂

  29. Ashley says:

    My son has recently decided he doesn’t like gogurts. But they are way too easy to do for breakfast. I am sure he would like homemade gogurts much better.

  30. Kristin says:

    I think it would be fun to try pudding pops or make really good frozen treat with cocoa powder and avacados!!

  31. Cindi says:

    I would like to try the gogurts! They looked easy a good today on Studio 5!

  32. Crystal says:

    I would love to try these on BANANAs and some yummy GREEK YOGURT!..Great job on Studio 5 today, the CHOCOLATE gogurt would be fun to try too!

  33. Cindi says:

    I liked you on facebook.

  34. Cindy G. says:

    A gazillion ways.

    1. Juice fresh juice… pineapple, mango, watermelon (with lime)… I could go on and on.

    2. My kids fav. actually from fit2fat2fit: Spinach, Choc. Whey protein, Natural Peanut Butter (1 gm sugar), almond milk. Blend and pour into these. Trust me it’s good and my 6 year old loves it!

    3. Greek Yogurt, Cocoa Powder, Vanilla, stevia … blend and pour.

  35. Cindi says:

    I just signed up for the newsletter. I’m looking forward to reading them!

  36. Julie DeYoung says:

    That looks like something my kids would love to eat all the time. Thank you for showing us your great idea! Going to look right now how to make the chocolate ones!

  37. jessica christensen says:

    We love gogurts at our house! We would love to try out new recipes, by making our own. Thank you so much for sharing your wonderfoul ideas.

  38. Celeni says:

    I would love these! I saw your demo on Studio 5. The second I saw the molds my mind started racing… since my kids love green smoothies, I could make them for their lunches so that they would have a boost during the day. My kids love blending and inventing different flavors of yogurts and juices. I KNOW I would make these all the time… but I’d probably have to fight my kids off first! 🙂

  39. Helen says:

    Looking for a healthy snack idea for my son… He is a yogurt junkie, but that’s a hard snack for “on the go.” These = problem solved! I would fill these with yummy homemade yogurt! Pick me!!

  40. Helen says:

    P.S – I could not see where to sign up for your newsletter? I do want to receive it – can you clue me in on that?

  41. Hailey says:

    These are Awesome!!!!! I would try your new gogurt recipes!! YUM!

  42. Lindsay Cain says:

    I would love to try and make some homemade gogurt like I saw on Studio 5. Everything looked so delicious!

  43. Lindsay Cain says:

    I’m also signing up for your newsletter 🙂

  44. Brittney says:

    I love the idea of frozen yogurt! I love greek yogurt and am excited to make it into a frozen healthy treat.

  45. Alisha says:

    I would try the chocolate gogurts. Oh Yum!

  46. Alisha says:

    I signed up to recieve your newsletter.

  47. Renaee says:

    Yay this is a great idea. I would love to make refreshing gogurt pops for myself. Kids are all grown but I think they would make a wonderful snack for when grand-kids come to visit, that is if they last that long. Bring on the chocolate!

  48. Mary Darnell says:

    I’d use these for homemade frozen smoothies…yum!!

  49. Mary says:

    Liked on fb

  50. Mary says:

    Subribed to newsletter. Thx!

  51. Marianne says:

    I like you on FB.

  52. Marianne says:

    I get your newsletter already and am passing it on to friends.

  53. Joyce Jensen says:

    How about Yonanna’s for school lunch ????

  54. Joyce Wilcken says:

    I like you ideas for yogurt

  55. Jinii says:

    I would make some of the homemade gogurts. Our family is starting a path to healthy living and my kids are having a hard time giving up high sugar gogurts! Your post was literally an answer to a prayer!

  56. Jinii says:

    I liked you on facebook!

  57. Jinii says:

    I signed up for your newsletter!

  58. Kendra says:

    I would love to freeze green smoothies and send them to school with my daughter!

  59. Kendra says:

    I already receive your newsletter, but I invited my sister to sign up for it.

  60. Kendra says:

    And…I like you on facebook. 🙂

    • Melanie says:

      My little man loves to eat popsicles. I would use these to make as many different healthy popsicle treats as possible and while I am at it I would sneak some greens in there.

      I have already liked you on Facebook.

      I have already subscribed to your newsletter.

  61. Pam says:

    Those are really fun molds! I would put my lemon/ginger smoothie in it!

  62. Emily says:

    I have always wanted to look into getting these. I would use them for leftover smoothies and go-gurts ( my kids are obsessed)

  63. Emily says:

    your Facebook has been liked 😉

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