How to Make Frozen Yogurt BitesThis after-school snack idea uses a pantry staple, Greek yogurt. Everyone loves frozen yogurt, why not turn regular yogurt into a frozen yogurt treat served in fun shapes along with some unexpected add-ins? The perfect snack that satisfies the sweet tooth.

To make this after-school snack, gather fresh or frozen fruit, honey or maple syrup, sprinkles, chocolate chips, nuts and dried fruit  – whatever mix-ins you want for your frozen yogurt bittes!

How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bites:

  • Set out all the foods in bowls for your kids.
  • Use paper or silicone cupcake wrappers or ice cube molds to create fun shapes. See below for some of our favorites!
  • Kids can flavor their yogurt with honey or maple syrup, if desired.
  • Stir in toppings or layer toppings with yogurt in the molds, then freeze.
  • Add popsicle sticks to turn them into popsicles!

To help contain the mess and speed up cleanup time, use a baking sheet below your child’s workspace. Let your kids decide what to put into their yogurt creations and encourage them to try several different combinations.

Our Favorite Molds

Heart-Shaped Mold

Silicone Cupcake Liners

Bunny Silicone Molds

These frozen yogurt bites are simple after-school or bedtime snack that is fun for kids to make, even better to eat.

Let the yogurt bites sit out for 5-10 minutes before eating to allow them to soften just a little. This makes it easier to eat. Make sure to cut into small bite-sized pieces for those younger children.

Frozen Yogurt Bites


  • Plain Greek yogurt
  • Muffin liners or ice cube molds
  • Baking sheet
  • Fresh or frozen fruit, such as pomegranate seeds, kiwi slices, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries
  • Dried fruit or nuts
  • Honey or maple syrup – optional
  • Fun add-ins like sprinkles, chocolate chips or chocolate or caramel sauce


  1. Place yogurt and toppings into small bowls. Place bowls and muffin tin or ice cube tray on baking sheet to help with clean up.
  2. Flavor the yogurt with honey or maple syrup, if desired.
  3. Guide children to use the yogurt as the “glue” to hold their fruit or sweet toppings together as they layer them into the muffin tin or ice cube molds.
  4. Freeze for 1-2 hours.
  5. Let soften slightly before eating. Cut up yogurt into bite-sized pieces for small children.