Mixed Berry Yogurt Bites are the 4 ingredient snack recipe you’ll be making all summer long. Filled with wholesome ingredients like berries and yogurt, this is a guilt-free snack you can feel good about!
Frozen Yogurt Bites are fun and easy to make. They’re great to make with kids because they can be made quickly and we all know how short the attention span of a child is!
Since they’re bite sized, they make awesome on-the-go snacks. I throw a few into a small storage container and eat them while I’m in the car.
How to make frozen yogurt bites
These little snacks are so simple to make and last in the freezer for weeks! You’ll want to keep them on hand all summer because cold summer snacks are a must on a hot day.
I used raspberries and blackberries in my yogurt bites but you can switch up the variations and use any fresh fruit you like. Try making them with mango, blueberries, or even pineapple! Strawberry yogurt bites are delicious, too.
To make the yogurt bites, add the raspberries and blackberries to a medium-sized mixing bowl and gently mash with a fork. Don’t mash them into a pulp, just enough so they are chunky.
Then add the yogurt and mix until combined. I used strawberry yogurt here, but you can use whichever flavor you feel like blueberry, peach, kiwi, or vanilla yogurt
Next, spoon the yogurt mixture into ice cube molds and freeze for 3-6 hours or until they are completely frozen. The temperature of your freezer plays a role in the freeze time.
I used these ice cube trays because they have a silicone bottom which makes it super easy to pop out the yogurt bites. You can also use different shaped molds like these stars or these heart trays.
I tried using these pineapple molds but the details were too small and the mold wasn’t deep enough so it didn’t work out as well. So, if you’re looking for other shapes to use I recommend finding ice cube trays or molds that are deeper.
If you want to make larger froyo bites, you can use a mini muffin tin.
Yogurt bite variations
- use a different flavored yogurt – there are so many different flavors out there, get creative!
- for a sweet treat, add chocolate chips before freezing or a chocolate drizzle after freezing
- use different fruits like kiwis, strawberries, or peaches
- top the yogurt bites with granola before freezing
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Berry Yogurt Bites
- 12 ounces strawberry yogurt
- 1/2 cup raspberries
- 1/2 cup blackberries
- 2 tablespoons almond milk
- In a small mixing bowl, gently mash the raspberries and blackberries with a fork until chunky. Then add the yogurt and almond milk, and mix until combined.
- Add the yogurt mixture to the ice cube trays and freeze for about 3 hours or until the yogurt is completely frozen.
What a sweet and easy treat! These will be perfect for mid afternoon snacks on a hot day! Delish!
Incredible bites that are truly one of a kind. And that shape though – it is something special! I seriously can’t wait to experiment with this recipe!
YUM! I can’t wait to make these for my son and I. I am about to have another baby and these guys would be perfect to pop out for a quick snack. Pinned, thank you!
Yes! Perfect for kids or for a quick snack when you’re pressed on time 🙂
I love snacks like this. Healthy. Flavorful and filled with fresh fruit. Yum!
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How cool are these – no pun intended! Such a brilliant idea!