These frozen blueberry yogurt bites have just 4 ingredients and couldn't be easier to make!
They are super healthy, and make a great after-school snack for kids.
My kids go crazy for these frozen fruity yogurt bites. They are so simple to make - about 5 minutes active prep time, then it's just a case of waiting for them to freeze.
My 2 youngest children often make these all by themselves. The beauty of using blueberries is that no chopping is required.
✔️ Why should you try it?
- Easy to make
- A great recipe for kids to make
- Healthy after school snack
- Vary the fruits depending what's in season
5 minutes is all you need to whip up these tasty frozen yogurt bites!
- Greek Yogurt
- Lemon Curd
- Fruit Coulis - I used blackcurrant
A mixing bowl is needed to mix the yogurt and other ingredients together. You will also need cupcake cases and a 12 hole bun tin. I find silicone cupcake cases slightly easier for peeling off, but the paper ones are fine to use too.
The recipe card with ingredient quantities and detailed instructions can be found at the bottom of the post
One: Weigh out your ingredients
Two: Place the Greek yogurt in a mixing bowl and mix in the lemon curd.
Three: Spoon the fruit coulis into the yogurt mix.
Four: Fold through creating a marbled effect.
Five: Gently mix in the blueberries
Six: Fill 12 silicon cases with the yogurt mix.
Seven: Top with more fresh blueberries.
Eight: Freeze for at least two hours (they also need to be stored in the freezer).
The fruity frozen yogurt bites are really healthy, making them great for kids' snacks or even breakfast on the go.
Natural yogurt is packed full of protein, which helps keep tummies nice and full. It's also a good source of calcium, great for developing teeth and bones.
The fresh fruit is full of vitamins and minerals. I've used blueberries in this recipe, which are a good source of vitamin C and potassium.
🍴 Serving suggestions
The frozen yogurt bites are great as an after-school snack, straight from the freezer. They are really refreshing and much healthier than sugar-laden ice lollies.
You could also serve them for breakfast with granola (check out my homemade peanut butter granola recipe, if you fancy having a go at making some yourself). I've even been known to serve them as a quick and easy dessert, with more fresh fruit on the side.
Any fresh fruit would work well in these frozen yogurt bites. Try raspberries, strawberries, or blackberries. Other fruit like mango, kiwi, and banana would also be great.
Try using flavoured yogurt instead of plain yogurt. You may find that you don't need to sweeten it at all.
The frozen yogurt bites should be stored in the freezer.
Here are some more kid-friendly snack ideas...
- Chunky Peanut Butter Granola
- Banana and Peanut Butter Muffins
- Apple and Blackberry Turnovers
- Banana Cookies
- Easy Cheese Scones
- Almond and Raisin Cookies
- Easy Banana Cake
Or, if you're looking for an indulgent summer ice cream treat, then look no further than my no churn honeycomb ice cream recipe.
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Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Bites
- 500 g Greek Yogurt
- 3 tablespoon Lemon Curd
- 1 tablespoon Fruit Coulis any flavour
- 100 g Blueberries
- In a bowl mix together the greek yogurt, lemon curd and fruit coulis.
- Fold in half of the fresh blueberries.
- Spoon the yogurt mixture into 12 silicone cases.
- Top with the remaining fresh blueberries.
- Freeze for 2 hours before eating. Store in the freezer.
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