Blueberry Frozen Yogurt Bites – Very healthy babies


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Raspberry frozen yogurt bites require only three ingredients, but they’re topped with sprinkles and they’re just as fun as they are delicious! They make a tasty and healthy snack – but they feel like dessert!

Frozen yogurt bites with colorful sprinkles and fresh raspberries

There have been several times in the craze of last year that we canceled the rules by the window and had ice cream as a mid-morning snack. I know I know. # Coexistence pattern

Although I don’t think it’s the end of the world to indulge in once in a while, my kids now think ice cream is an acceptable option at snack time. “But mom! Remember that one time?…” This is where Raspberry Frozen Yogurt Pieces come in and save the day.

Frozen yogurt bites with colorful sprinkles and fresh raspberries

Creamy, fruity, mini frozen bites mimic ice cream – but packed with healthy and nutritious ingredients, you’ll be as excited to feed your kids as they will be to eat them! I even topped some with sprinkles to make it more fun and tempting for my little ones. How fun are these for a Valentine’s Day treat?

Top view of frozen yogurt bites with raspberries and fresh raspberries

How to make frozen yogurt bites?

This couldn’t be easier. Simply stir the ingredients together, pour them into a muffin, then freeze! For this we used a silicone mold. This makes frozen yogurt bites extra easy. There are a lot of different templates out there! We found some heart that would be perfect for those too!

Three pieces of frozen yogurt stacked and topped with fresh raspberries

Can you use different fruits in raspberry frozen yogurt chunks?

at all! My kids love raspberries, and I love the bright pink these yogurt bites give. But it would also work great with strawberries, peaches, or bananas, too. Yum! The raspberries come apart easily, so we pureed them with a fork. But if you want to use this other fruit, be sure to cut it into small cubes or give it a quick boost in your food processor before adding it to yogurt.

  • 1 Glass Raspberry Fresh or frozen
  • 2/3 Glass Plain Greek yogurt Vanilla can also be used
  • 1-2 Teaspoon Maple syrup
  • Add yogurt to a medium bowl. If you are using regular yogurt, add the maple syrup to taste and blend it with the yogurt.

  • Pour the berries into the yogurt and chop them using a potato masher or fork (kids love doing this step!)

  • Once combined, you are ready to place them in the muffin case. I recommend using silicone to get it out easily. Put a little berry mixture at the bottom of each muffin. Depending on the size of the muffin cup you use, it will determine how full it is.

  • Place the tray in the freezer and allow it to freeze for a few hours until firm. Once frozen, remove them from the muffin tray and serve or place them in an airtight container and store in the freezer.


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