Frozen Yogurt Bites Recipe

Hey sweeties! Happy Wednesday! Today, I thought it would be fun to share a recipe that I've seen floating around Pinterest lately....Frozen Yogurt Bites! It's a super easy recipe and healthy to boot, so I knew I had to try it out and share it. Let's begin!
Step 1: Cut off one corner of your ziplock bag (make sure to just cut a small bit off or you'll have to much yogurt come out) and place the baggie (uncut corner side down) inside of a plastic cup, folding the top of the baggie over the top of the cup to keep it in place. Step 2: Fill the baggie with your yogurt of choice. Step 3: Lay down a piece of wax paper onto a plain cookie sheet. Seal up your ziplock baggie and squeeze out rows of yogurt "bites" onto the wax paper. These bites can be any size you like, the ones I made are about the size of a dime. Step 4: once your cookie sheet is filled up (or once you've ran out of yogurt), pop the cookie sheet in the freezer for around 20-30 minutes. You might have to adjust how long they're in the freezer, depending on the size you made. Once the yogurt has completely frozen, just slide them off into a bowl and enjoy your yummy treat!
This is a great healthy snack for the summertime, and a super fun recipe for kids to be involved in. I hope everyone enjoys making these! XO, mandy

26 comments

  1. Totally finding vegan yoghurt and doing this eeeeee <3 (even though its totally winter here)

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  2. YUMMMMMMM.. that sounds delish!

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  3. miam miam :) I will definitely have to try this!

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  4. looks nice!! I like that flavor

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  5. I've seen this and have been meaning to try it for some time. I think I will try it later today!

    My blog: acolorfulcreation.blogspot.com

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  6. I was inspired by your recent post on the truth about bloggers. I did my own little version today. (I also linked back to your post.)

    http://whimsicalwoodland.blogspot.com/2012/04/truth.html

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  7. These sound so yummy! Sounds like a great idea :) Especially since I've been looking for healthy snacks lately!
    xo Heather
    http://ahopelessnotebook.blogspot.com/

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  8. how yummy these sound! And SUPER easy to make! Who knew! Thanks for this : )

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  9. So simple and sweet and easy! (And Yummy looking) thanks for sharing!


    xo
    http://kittysnooks.blogspot.ca/

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  10. Sounds scrumptious and easy! I am so gonna try! thanks for sharingggggggggggggggggggggg! :)

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  11. yum and so easy. WILL BE TRYING! thanks for sharing :)

    grace
    http://herumbrella.com
    http://posheventplanning.com

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  12. so clever! i can't wait to make them! <3

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  13. I've just found your blog, and i'm in love! These are so cute and clever too!

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  14. I tried this last night and it's so good!!!

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  15. What a great idea! I also really like freezing orange juice in Popsicle molds for a nice treat when it's hot out. Yum!

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  16. I am totally adding this to my monday link roundup! Nice work.

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  17. Ooh, these look so yummy. I also think that it would be really cool to make them into hearts, like how you do with nail polish, you take a dot and then use a toothpick to drag out the heart shape. Anyways, I'll have to try this.

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  18. Real cool Idea ... I'm gonna try that as soon as the weather around her gets a little better. In Germany we have only have 7 degree ... brrrrr. Like the little bites.

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  19. These were sooo good! I made these today with two five year old boys and my eight year old daughter as a helper - the kids LOVED squeezing out the yogurt. They froze so quickly, too. Thanks for the great idea!

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  20. This look super yummy! Im so going to try this!

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  21. You have such an amazing posts and ideas!! I love reading your blog!!

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  22. This is such a great idea!

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  23. Nice information you have shared it..I like all yogurt recipes

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  24. Love this idea! I'm addicted to yogurt, dessert and all things frozen and this really combines it all!
    -Sara
    www.eatfeelfresh.com

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