Frozen Yogurt Blueberries

Our family is always looking for healthy snacks. My husband and I both have a sweet tooth so we need to be extra careful! We also try to stay away from added sugar when possible. So many “snacks” have so much processed sugar and wheat. 

This recipe is a perfect solution! Sweet yet a healthy whole food snack. And if I’m being honest I’d still like to lose a few pregnancy pounds so I’m trying to find snacks that taste good and aren’t bad for you.

I recently saw this post from Family Fresh Meals about frozen greek yogurt blueberries. I was intrigued! Follow my healthy snacks board on Pinterest for more great food ideas. 

Healthy Snack Idea for Kids! Try this delicious frozen yogurt blueberries recipes. Your toddler will love this snack.

As I’ve said before we use plain yogurt in our house. We try to avoid any added sugar so I knew I would have to make some modifications to the recipe.


Here is what I came up with:

First, rinse off your blueberries. 

Frozen yogurt blueberries recipe

Frozen Yogurt Blueberries Recipe

Then place your blueberries with a generous scoop of plain yogurt in a bowl. I also added a dash of cinnamon. I know some people use a tooth pick to dip the blueberries in the yogurt.

To be honest I wanted to make a quick recipe and I felt I could cover it well enough with just a spoon.

Frozen yogurt blueberries recipe

Then place the dipped blueberries on parchment paper and place in the freezer for 1 hour.

Frozen yogurt blueberries recipe

Keep in the freezer and pop them in your mouth as needed!

Even our 1 year old loved this recipe. I made sure I gave her small blueberries or cut them in half. She loves fruits and vegetables, but I love this recipe because it adds a little bit of protein and calcium to her diet. Who knew frozen yogurt blueberries could be so tasty?

What is your favorite way to eat blueberries?

Looking for a healthy snack that satisfies your sweet tooth? You need to try these frozen yogurt blueberries. Perfect for kids and adults! #recipe #healthysnack #snacksforkids #snackidea

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  1. ooh I am definitely going to try this!
    But I guess in stead of using parchment paper you could also use ice cube molds, which will maybe invade less space ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. I was just thinking the same thing. I have just used the ice molds for strawberries and melted chocolate. I think this might be a bit healthier.

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