It only takes three ingredients to make these yummy and healthy frozen yogurt granola berry bites. They are so refreshing during the hot summer months!
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Berry Frozen Yogurt Granola Bites
I always like to have a few healthy snacks on hand for when the kids want a quick snack. We love to have these yogurt bites stocked up, as well as homemade granola bars, energy balls and homemade muesli.
I don’t know about you, but one thing that I struggle with during the summer is having kids that want to snack all day long. Mine would be happy to eat popsicles all day every day, but I want something that is not only more nutritious, but that will actually keep them full for longer than a few minutes. These frozen yogurt granola berry bites are a win for both of us!
3 Simple Ingredients!
It only takes three ingredients to make these yummy snacks, just yogurt, granola and berries. They are really versatile, too. You can use different flavors of yogurt and different types of berries. You can even omit the granola and make simple yogurt berry bites. Have fun coming up with your favorite flavor combinations!
How to Make Yogurt Granola Bites
I used one of my favorite recipes for granola, but you can also use store bought. For this batch, I used vanilla yogurt with raspberries and blueberries. Strawberries would also be fantastic, or if you prefer, you could even use bananas and pineapple for a tropical twist. You really can’t go wrong. Just layer the ingredients in mini muffin tins, freeze and enjoy!
After they are completely frozen, I like to dip the bottom of the muffin pan in hot water for a few seconds. Then just pop them out and they’re ready to eat. You can even add fresh berries on top. Yum!
You can place the yogurt bites in a bowl and serve them right away, or you can store them in ziplock bags (or other airtight containers) in the freezer. Then just grab a few when you are ready for a yummy snack.
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Frozen Yogurt Granola Berry Bites
- ½ cup granola
- ½ cup berries of your choice , diced
- ¾ cup yogurt
- In a mini muffin pan, layer just over half of the granola. Divide berries evenly on top of the granola. Spoon a Tablespoon of yogurt into each cup. Tap the muffin pan on the counter a few times to remove air pockets. Sprinkle remaining granola on top. Cover and freeze for at least 3 hours.
- Before serving, place bottom of pan in warm water for a few seconds. Use a plastic knife to pop out the yogurt bites. Serve within a few minutes, or place in ziplock bags and return to freezer.
Nutrition provided is an estimate. It will vary based on specific ingredients used.
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Perfect for busy mornings or a little pick me up in the middle of the day. So fresh and delicious!
Thank you saving me from another snack dilemma. My kids are going through my fridge and pantry always looking for something to eat and this is perfect!
Made these for my kiddos who lOVED them!! Thanks for this easy idea and recipe :)
The perfect snack for summer! So simple, refreshing and delicious!
I’m so glad you enjoyed them! :)
Can we get calorie count for this please?
Hello! It really depends on the type of granola, fruit and yogurt you use. But I would say they are about 25 calories each bite.
This frozen cups are looking so delicious, perfect dessert in hot whether. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us.
Easy and delicious! Hope you enjoy! :)
I love no bake desserts! This one not only looks good but a healthy dessert. This is definitely something I have to try..
These are really cute and look yummy!Thanks for sharing on the link up, which is where I found your blog. I’m a new food blogger and love getting to meet others. I’ve followed your social sites and hope we can connect on those. I’ll look forward to reading more from you! Thanks for sharing
Okay… these are the cutest (and easiest) little treats ever! I love it! So, so fun :) And I *do* have a mini muffin pan, so there are absolutely on my list now!