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How To Make Frozen Strawberry & Yogurt Bites

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These Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Bites are a healthy snack recipe that is prepped in under 10 minutes. This easy recipe is a fun way to get the kids involved in the kitchen.

How To Make Frozen Strawberry & Yogurt Bites

These bite-sized strawberry & yogurt bites are a sweet and delicious treat. Let kids help mix the ingredients and fill molds for a fun activity. We used these cute heart molds and made them for a Valentine’s Day snack, but I think any day is a good day for a heart-shaped healthy treat 🙂

Choosing to live a healthier lifestyle comes with balance, and these bite-sized strawberry yogurt bites are a delicious treat for whenever that sweet tooth starts to kick in. Share the fun and have the kids get involved in the kitchen by helping mix the ingredients and fill molds for a midday snack activity. Looking for more tips on how to help the kids to prepare healthy snacks, listen to our recent podcast!

Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Bites

Key Ingredients

Easy enough, right? We used Greek yogurt, so we sweetened it a bit with honey, but you don’t have to.

Simple Substitutions

  • You can sweetened the Greek yogurt with maple syrup, or leave out the sweetener entirely.
  • Use non-dairy yogurt.
  • Use flavored yogurt. We also like vanilla, coconut and banana yogurt.
  • Add in additional fruits or substitute the strawberries for your child’s favorite. Let the kiddos get creative with flavors!

Before making these frozen strawberry and yogurt bites, don’t forget to wash your strawberries! To wash strawberries you simply run them under cool water for 20 seconds and let dry.

Have fun when selecting and filling the molds, but just make sure they’re bite-sized! Any candy mold will work and come in many packs online for under $15. Enjoy!

Healthy Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Bites
Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Bites

Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Bites

These frozen strawberry yogurt bites are an easy-to-make healthy snack that the whole family will love.

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Passive Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup chopped strawberries
  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons honey

Instructions

  1. Mix strawberries, yogurt and honey in bowl. Add to heart-shaped molds or ice cube tray.
  2. Freeze at least 2 hours, or until set.

Notes

Let the kids get creative with the flavor combinations! Experiment with different fresh fruit and flavors of yogurt.

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Lesley Daniels

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Lesley Daniels

Lesley got her first taste for the food industry over 10 years ago at Heinz. Her finance and communication skills gave her an opportunity to explore many roles within their supply chain and procurement teams. Years later, she took her passion for creating and marketing food to Giant Eagle to source and develop their private label brands. At Produce for Kids, Lesley serves as the keystone between our retail partners and growers. As the mom of two daring boys and the wife of a passionate outdoorsmen, Lesley is always searching for healthy and delicious ways to fuel their next family biking or hiking adventure.

3 Comments on How To Make Frozen Strawberry & Yogurt Bites

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  1. Thank you for showing how to arrange strawberries on a skewer. I am going to use mini marshmallows instead of blueberries.I am thinking of dipping marshmallows in chocolate.

  2. Do these stay “set” after they’ve been frozen? Like, would I need to keep them frozen or they’ll lose their shape?

    • Hi Janice,

      They will eventually melt if you leave them out. Think of them like an ice cream bar 🙂

      – Amber, Produce for Kids

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