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Monday, January 27, 2014

Frozen Yogurt Bites

More often than not, I have a serious craving for something sweet. Sometimes it's chocolate, sometimes it's candy, but most of the time, it's generally ice cream. I know it's probably not the best for my health to eat ice cream all the time (or almost an entire box of Gobstoppers like I did last night...), but I like frozen yogurt, too. Using that to my advantage, I made some tasty little Frozen Yogurt Bites! They are super yummy! Since they are so small, they only barely melt in your mouth before you start chewing. Unless you don't like chewing frozen things, then I suggest you just suck on them because they are pretty cold. ;) 

As I was eating a few, I realized they reminded me of the Dippin Dots at Valley Fair. I could totally just make little pea-sized balls next time with different flavors and make my own version of the yummy novelty ice cream! :D


your favorite flavor of yogurt


1. Choose your yogurt.
2. Scoop it into a Ziploc baggie.
3. Snip the tip off.
4. Squeeze onto a parchment lined baking sheet.
5. Freeze for at least 2 hours, or until fully frozen.

Easy, right?!?

To store, I just removed them from the baking sheet (do it quickly so they don't melt at all) and threw them in a Freezer Ziploc. They are perfectly handy when I get a craving. :)

Here are pictures of the steps, if that makes it easier for you. :) 

Step 1. Choose your yogurt.
(I used a strawberry Greek yogurt, which was delicious.)

Step 2. Scoop it into a Ziploc baggie.

*TIP: It's super easy when you push the corner of the ziploc into a glass and fold the edges around the mouth before filling.

(Take the baggie out of the glass, and gently twist just above the yogurt so it keeps it at the bottom.)

Step 3. Snip the tip off.
(Start by cutting just the tip. If you decide you want bigger "bites", just cut a little more off.
I also had little chunks of strawberry in my yogurt, so I had to cut it bigger just so they wouldn't keep getting stuck.)

Step 4. Squeeze onto a parchment lined baking sheet.

I started doing little swirls, then switched to just squeezing it straight down in a glob. Make it fun, switch it up, or you could even cut the tip real small to "draw" shapes or letters. What kid wouldn't want frozen alphabet treats?! :)

5. Freeze for at least 2 hours, or until fully frozen.

Once they are frozen, you can either enjoy them right away, or drop them into a freezer bag and throw them back in the freezer. :)

1 comment:

  1. Yummy...I have blueberry yogurt. I am going to try these. :)


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