Frozen yogurt with fruit is a simple after school snack or bedtime snack idea for kids. It’s so easy children can do it on their own! Create customized flavor combinations while having fun.
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Frozen yogurt with fruit is a healthy & fun snack for kids.
Today’s after-school snack idea uses a pantry staple, Greek yogurt. Everyone loves frozen yogurt, why not turn regular yogurt into frozen yogurt served in fun shapes along with some unexpected add-ins? The perfect snack that satisfies the sweet tooth.
To make this after-school snack, gather fresh fruit, frozen fruit, honey or maple syrup, sprinkles, chocolate chips, nuts and dried fruit.
How To Make Frozen Yogurt With Fruit
- Set out all the foods in child save bowls for your kids
- Use paper or silicone cupcake wrappers or ice cube molds
- Kids can flavor their yogurt with honey or maple syrup if desired
- Stir in the toppings or layer toppings with yogurt in the molds
- Add popsicle sticks to the yogurt to make them into popsicles, if desired
- Let children’s creativity shine 🙂
To help contain the mess and speed up cleanup time, use a baking pan below your child’s workspace.
Let your kids decide what to put into their yogurt creations. Encourage them to try several different combinations.
A simple after-school or bedtime snack that is fun for kids to make, even better to eat.
Let the frozen yogurt sit out for 5-10 minutes before eating, to allow it to soften just a little. This makes it easier to eat. Make sure to cut into small bite-sized pieces for those younger children.Print
A simple after-school snack that is fun for children to make on their own.
- Plain Greek yogurt
- muffin liners or ice cube molds
- baking sheet
To Make Fruit Flavors:
- fresh or frozen fruit such as pomegranate seeds, kiwi slices, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries
- dried fruit or nuts
- honey or maple syrup – optional
To Make Sweet Treat Flavors
- chocolate chips
- chocolate or caramel sauce
- Place yogurt and toppings into small child-friendly bowls.
- Place toppings along with muffin tin or ice cube tray on the baking sheet to help with clean up.
- Flavor the yogurt with honey or maple syrup if desired.
- Guide children to use the yogurt as the “glue” to hold their fruit or sweet toppings together as they layer them into the muffin tin or ice cube molds.
- Freeze for 1-2 hours.
- Let soften slightly before eating. Cut up yogurt into bite-sized pieces for small children.
What flavor combinations did your kids make? I’d love to hear below!
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