These easy & healthy frozen Greek yogurt bites are fun to make and packed with protein and probiotics.
I love ice cream, but rarely eat it. These frozen Greek yogurt bites are my solution to having a frozen ice-cream-like treat. At 50 calories and 6g of protein per serving, you can feel great about snacking on these & giving them to your kids.
What type of fruit should you use?
Whatever you want. My go-tos are blackberry or strawberry. You only need about a teaspoon of honey to make these sweet since you’re adding fruit- but once you mix everything together with my baseline recipe you can adjust the amounts of fruit/honey to your liking.
What other add-ins work well with this recipe?
Mini dark chocolate chips are great here, don’t use full sized chips or your “bites” will become hard to eat. If you’re going for more protein, try adding a quarter cup of peanut butter. You will want to add more honey if you go that route, unless you don’t want these sweet.
What you need to make frozen Greek yogurt bites:
- 1 cup of non fat plain Greek yogurt
- 2 Tbsp fruit puree of your choice
- 1 tsp honey
How to make these delicious treats
Choose your fruit and how to puree, I use a food processor (that’s a common theme for my recipes, I love using a food processor for anything). Add the fruit and honey to the Greek yogurt and combine. Taste test here, and adjust to your liking. Plop these babies onto a baking mat or wax paper 1 tbsp at a time, and then slide them into the freezer for 20-30 minutes.
Store these in a airtight container in the freezer, and enjoy! I love these for a pre gym snack or an after dinner treat. These bites are perfect snacks for your kids without any processed ingredients or unnecessary refined sugar.
Frozen Greek Yogurt Bites
- 1 cup Non-fat Greek Yogurt
- 2 Tbsp Fruit Puree of Choice
- 1 tsp Honey
- 2 Tbsp Mini Chocolate Chips optional
- Puree the fruit you're using.
- Add fruit and honey to Greek yogurt and combine. Adjust the fruit amount to your liking and add mini chocolate chips if you'd like.
- Drop the mixture by tablespoon onto a cookie sheet lined with wax paper or a baking mat.
- Freeze until solid (about 20-30 minutes for me).
- Remove from liner and store in a container in the freezer. Enjoy!