These easy Blueberry Yogurt Drops are the perfect bite sized snacks for tiny fingers.
You guys know I’m all about super simple and easy recipes, right? I decided to give this idea a go when I saw it making it’s way around Pinterest. The general idea was that you would grab your favorite yogurt and create small frozen bites. At the time I had a small little 3 year old in need of some good ol’ snack options and this was ideal. He considered yogurt a main food group already and I would prefer these to sugar packed popsicles.
I started by prepping a cookie sheet with a piece of parchment paper. Don’t skip this step. It makes it super simple for you to remove these cuties once they’ve frozen solid. Next you want to transfer your chosen yogurt flavor into a small Ziploc bag, snip the edge, and pipe out your little dots.
Once you’ve filled your tray you can pop them into the freezer for about an hour or until solid. Transfer them into a large bag and keep them stored in the ice box until you’re ready to eat. We typically only make about 1/2 cup of yogurt at a time.
I’ll warm you, these are messy. They melt fairly quickly so I normally only hand him two or three at a time. Or did when he was younger. Now that he’s a little older he likes to have a small bowl full served with a spoon. It’s like ice cream but a tad bit healthier. You don’t have to limit yourself to the blueberry flavor. This just happens to be our personal favorite. We also like to use key lime, strawberry shortcake, or greek style yogurts!
- Yogurt, your favorite flavor
- Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
- Place your yogurt into a small Ziploc. Snip the edge and pipe small dots onto your parchment.
- Once your tray is filled place it in the freezer for 1-2 hours or until frozen solid. Store in a large Ziploc and serve as needed.
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