Frozen Yogurt Berry Bites

Are you looking for a fast, healthy snack? Well I have just the thing for you! Yogurt-dipped berries are frozen to become the perfect poppable bite for a hot day. Oh, and they’re red, white, and blue, just in time for the 4th of July.

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From: Spoonful of Sugar

Ingredients

Plain Greek Yogurt (flavored yogurt works too)
Berries (like strawberries and blueberries)
Honey, optional

Directions

Pour yogurt in a bowl with a squeeze of honey (I used about a cup of yogurt + 1 teaspoon of honey) and stir to thin the yogurt a bit. Using toothpicks, coat the berries with yogurt and place on a lined baking sheet. Once all of the berries are coated, place the pan in the freezer for at least an hour. Enjoy & store any leftovers in an airtight container in the freezer.

Yogurt + Berries

Yogurt + Berries

I added a touch of honey to the yogurt to thin it out a bit (and to give an extra boost of flavor).

I added a touch of honey to the yogurt to thin it out a bit (and to give an extra boost of flavor).

Use toothpicks to gently coat the berries in the yogurt.

Use toothpicks to gently coat the berries in the yogurt.

Place the dipped berries on a lined baking sheet and freeze for at least an hour before popping in your mouth.

Place the dipped berries on a lined baking sheet and freeze for at least an hour before popping in your mouth.

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2 thoughts on “Frozen Yogurt Berry Bites

  1. I am thinking about making this for a 4th of July party, but I am wondering how long the snack will stay frozen if left out? How long did you let yours stay out before it started to melt? Thanks!

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