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FroYo Bites Recipe

We love yogurt around our house.  But we don’t love that fruit flavored yogurts are full of sugar, and sometimes my kids don’t like the chunks of fruit in the yogurt.  So we came up with these FroYo Bites Recipe to make our own fruit flavored yogurt that is delicious to everyone – even those kids with texture issues!

FroYo Bites. These are creamy, full of fruit and a snack kids love!

We blended plain Greek yogurt, with strawberries, and then also blueberries.  We poured the mixture into ice cube trays, froze for a couple of hours and then had FroYo bites!

FroYo Bites. These are creamy, full of fruit and a snack kids love!

We love eating these just like they are, but they are also yummy to dip in different toppings.  Once they are out of the freezer, let them sit for a few minutes and then put a toothpick in through the middle.   We dipped ours in homemade granola, wheat germ and flax seeds.  The wheat germ was surprisingly our favorite!

FroYo Bites. These are creamy, full of fruit and a snack kids love!

I was trying to think of other toppings that would be good to dip these in.  Crushed almonds I think would be really good too.

FroYo Bites. These are creamy, full of fruit and a snack kids love!

No matter how you serve them, these are a yummy snack on a hot summer afternoon.  And they are so easy to make that you can make a big batch and then have them as a fast snack whenever you want them!

FroYo Bites. These are creamy, full of fruit and a snack kids love!

FroYo Bites. We love fruit flavored frozen yogurt, but don't love all the sugar. This is the perfect solution - FroYo Bites! So easy to make with only two ingredients! http://www.superhealthykids.com/froyo-bites/

FroYo Bites Recipe

Ingredients
Pink
  • 1 cup – yogurt, plain
  • 1 cup – strawberries
Purple
  • 1 cup – yogurt, plain
  • 1 cup – blackberries
Directions
  1. For pink, blend plain yogurt and strawberries together in a food processor or blender.
  2. For purple, blend plain yogurt and blackberries or blueberries together in a food processor or blender.
  3. Using a piping bag or small spoon, scoop yogurt into a mold or ice cube tray. Freeze until ready to eat.
  4. Makes 10-12 'cubes' of each flavor.

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25 Comments

I love this idea! I think our “dollar” store has mini ice cube trays! The kids love yogurt here too. It would be fun to freeze some for warm days this summer (as an alternative to ice cream). Thanks for sharing!

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Jessy – Ikea sells silicone ice cube trays that are different shapes which would be fun. Thanks for sharing Kristen – those look good too!

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melissa

You could also put it in a plastic bag, cut a hole in the corner and squeeze it into the holes that way.

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Amanda

You could also use a zip lock bag just cutting one of the corners off 🙂

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My son loves yogurt too and I’ve been trying to find different ways to dress it up! Perfect! We would love them plain as well!

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April

Those look yummy! I too despise yogurt with fruit, yet enjoy both separately. I can add fresh fruit to yogurt and enjoy it like that; it’s when the fruit comes in it already that it’s nasty. My family laughs at me because I call it booger fruit! It truly is just like boogers.

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Cassi

Anyone have luck with almond or coconut yogurt? My LO can do dairy or soy but is getting the molars in so I think they’d be great!!

I was also thinking that you might be able to use the silicone baby food freezer trays and just fill them half way up as a means of reusing them once you don’t need puréed baby food any longer…

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Natalie Monson

It makes 10-12 cubes of each flavor, depending on how big your ice cube tray or the mold you use is.

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Natalie Monson

Yes. You can definitely use frozen fruit – if it is too thick just add a little bit more yogurt or milk to thin it out.

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