Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Frozen Yogurt Berries

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If you're looking for a satisfying snack that you won't regret later, then these frozen yogurt berries are perfect!

We used honey and vanilla flavored Greek yogurt and a mixture of our favorite berries


Use a tooth pick to dip your berries in the yogurt, and another tooth pick to help you slide the berries onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper

If you get tired of only doing one berry at a time (like I did) you can always switch to this approach instead


Freeze the berries until the yogurt hardens


Now, it's time to enjoy!



 Wouldn't these be delicious on top of ice cream?!


What's your favorite healthy snack?
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42 comments:

  1. WOW, that's a creative idea!!!
    My favourite healthy snack is actually fruit with yogurt! I love mangoes and strawberries... with vanilla yogurt. If I have it, I sprinkle a little bit of granola on it.Hard to find a healthy recipe for granola, they are so rich it becomes "not so healthy". But adds some crunch!

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    1. I make it with 3 cups oats, 1/4 cup oil, 1/2 cup honey, 3 tablespoons of brown sugar, and a few dashes of cinnamon and bake for about 20-30 min at 325 I think?

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    2. great granola recipe!! thank You

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  2. Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Yum! This looks amazing! I'm going to have to try!

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  4. I love this so much. I am always buying yogurt covered raisins and they can be expensive as much as we like to eat them. I am definitely going to try your idea! Thanks for sharing this!

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  5. What a great idea, I am definitely going to try those this summer! Thanks for sharing at Pin It and Win It Wednesday @www.cheapcraftymama.com!

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  6. Just to let you know - your wonderful project was featured on homework. Come on over and a grab a button. As always, thank you so much for linking up your project. Have a wonderful weekend!

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  7. I just love Greek Yogurt and this will be a great treat to have on hand. Hope you are having a great spring week end and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  8. My Little One loves frozen yogurt dots.. bet she'd love these too! My offering this week: http://likemamalikedaughter.blogspot.com/2012/04/how-to-tuesday-bunnys-birthday-dress.html

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  9. My daughter would love these! I'll have to try it with strawberries. Thanks so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesdays.

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  10. I had no idea we could make frozen yogurt berries!! They look so yummy!

    Thanks for sharing at The DIY Dreamer!

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  11. Yum!! My favorite things together?? I'm going to have to try this!!

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  12. Mmmm...this is such a wonderful idea for a healthy and sweet snack! Pinning it, and...


    Your post is one of the features on tomorrow's "A Little Birdie Told Me..." at Rook No. 17!

    Jenn

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  13. Thanks for sharing on "Pin It and Win It Wednesday," I featured you! Hope you will come back and link up some more creations today!

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  14. Those look amazing! :) Pinned to share!

    Stopping by from Cast Party Wednesday

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  15. hey
    this is a great idea.Today is a hot day & this is best for this day.
    Frozen Yogurt

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  16. I thought that they were a good news and will order again.
    frozen yogurt

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  17. Do you have to keep these in the freezer? I'm gonna make them this weekend :)

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  18. I tried Oikos once and I think it tastes fair enough.

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  19. Since I am a Greek yogurt addict, I love this fun idea! It definitely would be delicious mixed in some ice cream! My favorite healthy snack is pomegranate Chobani Greek Yogurt:-) Take care, Terra
    www.cafeterrablog.com

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  20. do these have to stay in the freezer? are frozen berries ok to use?

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  21. Can I make it more sweeter or bring in some chocolates?

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  22. I am going to try this!! It looks sooo good and healthy! And it would be perfect with icecream!!

    Check out my blog!!

    http://preppyandsoutherns.blogspot.com/

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  23. It is SO much easier to start with frozen berries! I bought organic frozen blueberries and blackberries and dumped them into a bowl with a container of honey greek yogurt. Mix everything up quickly because the yogurt will start to freeze to the outside of the berries. It's like coating a frozen banana with chocolate, the fruit is so cold it instantly freezes the coating. Then I spread them out on a silpat and popped them in the freezer for 15 minutes to make sure they were hardened. Put them in a baggie and store in the freezer. If you want to start with fresh berries, just lay them out on a silpat or cookie sheet and freeze before coating.

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  24. THE BEST on ONLY real GREEK YOGURT from GREECE is FAGE! ALL the other one's are GREEK YOGURT WANNA BE'S! If you have every noticed CHEF'S on cooking show's ONLY use FAGE! TRY the recipe but with the FAGE YOGURT, you will NOT... REGRET IT!
    xoxo,
    ( ❦ . ❦ )

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  25. Yummy, delicious and creative one. Love to eat, many thanks for sharing.
    Best Frozen Yogurt

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  26. Hmmmmm…Your post makes me think of changing my food habits! I actually think of healthy food as something boring, but reading your post made me realize they could be yummy and exciting. I bet frozen berries taste far better than artificial candy. Plus, yogurt is good for the tummy while berries are rich in vitamin C. Joseph Carr

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  27. DO these need to be kept frozen? I was wondering how they would hold up in a child's lunch?

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  28. this sounds real good, will use this to take the place of ice cream i always over do it with ice cream, i think this will be more figure friendly.

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  29. Just tried these last night with plain vanilla Greek yogurt and I gotta say, I'm pretty disappointed. Maybe it's because I left them in the freezer overnight? Came out hard and tasteless...like I'm eating chunks of tangy ice..

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  30. I just made these tonight! So yummy! Thanks

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  31. I just made these tonight! So yummy! Thanks

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  32. PERFECT TIMING! Hubby and I were just discussing the bad snacking going on in our house (specifically HIS chips and ice cream snacks) and he brought up berries. I told him I'd seen this and would check it out for us. My niece pinned this last night, so it showed up just when I needed it! :)

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  33. It look really delicious! Berries with yogurt will really taste delicious. Yogurt made in home or from Homemadeyogurts.com is better for this dish as it will be more healthier.

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  34. Hi..
    i appreciate the ideas and this is very nice article and have great information. Thanks for share,

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