Strawberry Yogurt Bites Recipe
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Lately in the stores there have been delicious strawberries! They aren’t under ripe, and they aren’t over-ripe, they have been just excellent lately. So of course I had to use what I had bought up before they really did get over ripe, and I may have bought one too many packages. (How can you not for $1.49 a package?!) I love it when fruit goes on sale!
I wanted to create a nice frozen treat for the hot summer days that coming upon us quickly, but I also wanted it to be very easy to make and store as well. So I thought what a better way to use up fruit than making frozen yogurt! That’s how we got this Strawberry Yogurt Bites recipe!
This recipe is easy, only has two ingredients, and can be made by folks of all ages!
- Plain or Vanilla Whole Milk or Greek Yogurt
- Blender or Food Processor
- Silicone Mold for the freezer
- Note: There are no specific measurements for this, but figure on a 1:1 ration, 1 cup of yogurt to 1 cup of whole berries.
- First you will want to wash and stem all of your strawberries, making sure the greens are off.
- Slice the berries into smaller chunks, quartering it tends to work very well.
- Place the berries in a blender, or food processor of sorts, even a coffee grinder could work!
- Chop the berries up, it’s okay if they get mushy or liquid-y since they are being mixed into the yogurt anyway.
- Using a baking spatula, or spoon, mix the now chopped berries into the yogurt, folding it in to make sure it’s all mixed in.
- Place the yogurt into your mold, and place in the freezer until frozen through or overnight.
- For storage you can leave them in the mold, or you can pop them out into a baggie and store them that way instead.
That looks so simply and yummy, kids and adults alike will love it. Make sure to visit Mariah’s site and her social media channels below.
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