Blueberry Yogurt Drops
These easy Blueberry Yogurt Drops are the perfect bite sized snacks for tiny fingers. Made with fresh blueberries and yogurt.
Finding a quick and healthy snack recipe can be a challenge. Our usual default is apples or sugar peas. But what do you do when you are seriously craving ice cream and need a sweet fix?
These blueberries dipped in yogurt are so tasty and incredibly easy to whip up. They are a great alternative to ice cream and are a kid approved healthy recipe!
All you need is fresh blueberries and your favorite yogurt flavor. Five minutes of your time will give you a summertime snack that the entire family will love!
How to make blueberry yogurt drops:
I started by prepping a cookie sheet with a piece of parchment paper. Do not skip this step. It makes it super simple for you to remove these cuties once they have frozen solid.
Next, you want to wash and prep your berries. I like to pick through and make sure there are no stems still attached.
Now, the fun part! Dip each blueberry into your yogurt. Place on your parchment lined tray. Continue until all of the berries are coated.
Freeze for an hour on the tray. Transfer to a freezer safe zip top bag and keep in the freezer until you are ready to eat.
Can you use different fruit when you make yogurt drops?
Yes! While blueberries are our favorite, you can use a wide variety of fruit for this easy snack recipe. Try substituting raspberries, strawberries, or even grapes!
I will warm you, these are messy. They melt fairly quickly, so I normally only serve my kid a small bowl with a spoon.
It really is 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!
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Blueberry Yogurt Drops
- 1/4 cup vanilla or blueberry yogurt
- 1 cup blueberries washed and dried
Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
Dip your berries, one at a time, into your yogurt until coated. Place on your prepared cookie sheet.
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.