Recipe: Frozen Fruit Yogurt Bites
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Published on July 31, 2018


Recipe: Frozen Fruit Yogurt Bites

We all love snacks! Whether we're hungry after getting home from school, or from work - there's no wrong time for a healthy, tasty treat, and this recipe is perfect for a short project with a delicious return on time invested.

Frozen Fruit Yogurt Bites


  • About 8-10 ounces of yogurt of your choice
  • Handful of fresh raspberries


  1. Lay out approximately 12 cupcake cases or silicone muffin cups on a small baking sheet or tray (this will need to fit in your freezer, so it may be worth checking it for size before you start).
  2. Using a spoon, dollop some yogurt into the bottom of each cake case until the yogurt is gone.
  3. Pop a few pieces of fruit into each cup, pressing them down into the yogurt with the tip of your finger.
  4. Place the cups (still on the baking tray) in the freezer and leave for a couple of hours.
  5. Once frozen through, remove from the cases and serve (or bag up and pop straight back in the freezer to eat later).

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