Frozen Yogurt Fruit Bites – Secret Recipe Club

Frozen Yogurt Fruit Bites |

This month’s Secret Recipe Club post is short & sweet – both in words and in ingredients!

I was assigned to Heather of It’s Yummy to My Tummy. The name of her blog came from her daughter who would say something was yummy to her tummy if she liked it (how cute is that?)

There were several recipes I wanted to try like Banana Bread DonutsSoft Pretzels  and No Knead Bread but in the end it came down to these Frozen Yogurt Fruit Bites as I’ve been wanting  to do a quick & easy yet creative snack post for the blog.

This is one of those “now why didn’t I think of that?” recipes but I’m so glad Heather did. Like Heather, I used bananas and blueberries for my fruit but I flavored them lowfat vanilla yogurt and lowfat chocolate yogurt. Of course, if you want to cut back on the sugar, use a plain yogurt (with a touch of honey for a little extra sweetness.)

The possibilities for these Frozen Yogurt Fruit Bites are endless as you can use any type of yogurt or any type of fresh fruit. More combinations I’m going to try:

  • Mango or pineapple + coconut yogurt
  • Strawberries+  honey yogurt
  • Cherries + plain Greek yogurt + a dash of almond extract.

Frozen Yogurt Fruit Bites |

Do you ever freeze fruit to snack on? What kinds? Any recipe ideas for frozen fruit (besides smoothies?) Would love to hear from you!

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  1. I could snack all day long on these frozen yogurt bites…I loved the flavors of choice. This is a great, much healthier alternative rather than ice cream.
    Denise Browning@From Brazil To You recently posted..The Best Ever Upside Down Banana BreadMy Profile

  2. Simply brilliant!

  3. I’ve been wanting to make something like this for a long time! These look yummy :)
    Melissa recently posted..Cheddar Chicken PastaMy Profile

  4. Deanna I love these! when I saw the link I think these look cute and delicious and I love berries!!
    So I bookmarked, Lovelt recipe!!

  5. Now why didn’t I ever think of doing this? It looks wonderful
    Stephanie recently posted..Secret Recipe Club: Lentil, Sweet Potato and Sausage StewMy Profile

  6. I’m always looking for healthy snacks for my son, thanks for sharing. This is a great idea!
    Feast on the Cheap recently posted..Lighter Pasta Carbonara with PeasMy Profile

  7. These sound incredibly delish! I need to snack on more fruit – frozen or not!
    This is my first time hearing bout the secret recipe club – I am intrigued!
    Shashi @ RunninSrilankan recently posted..Chocolate Freekeh MuffinsMy Profile

  8. Thanks for featuring this fun recipe! We love it here. What’s also nice is to use leftovers if you have any and throw them into a frozen smoothie too! Also like the mango and coconut yogurt combo idea… :)

  9. These are genius! Sometimes I just really want a sweet treat but don’t want it to be too bad for me…it would be so great to have these stocked and ready in the freezer!
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