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Summer Snack Idea: Frozen Yogurt Bites

Updated: Aug 7

Hi, SNACC Community! We hope you’re all doing well. Today, we’ll be posting a delicious frozen yogurt snack recipe on our Instagram; you can find the link here. Since yogurt is a major ingredient in this week’s recipe, we wanted to provide you all with some more information on this delicious food!


Yogurt is such a powerful food! It is filled with probiotics, high in protein, and high in calcium. Yogurt is known to aid in digestion, enhance the immune system, and strengthen bones. If you like yogurt, you are bound to love these frozen yogurt bites! Check out the recipe below!

Frozen Yogurt Bites:

  • Line the bottom of the muffin tin/ice cube tray with your choice of granola

  • Fill the tray with vanilla yogurt

  • Chop the berries of your choice in half or quarters depending on the size of your tray

  • Place the berries on top of the yogurt

  • Freeze for at least one hour

  • Enjoy!


Looking for more recipes using frozen yogurt?

Check out this easy recipe: yogurt covered blueberries

  • Wash as many blueberries as you want (½ cup or 1 cup is recommended)

  • Dip them in the vanilla yogurt using a toothpick

  • Place them on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper

  • Freeze them for at least one hour

  • Enjoy!


Did you know?

  • Yogurt has been around for centuries, with roots in the Middle East and India

  • Frozen Yogurt contains many healthy vitamins such as potassium, calcium, B6, & B12!

  • February 6th is national Frozen Yogurt Day!

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We hope you all enjoy this week’s recipe! Come back next week for more summer snack ideas!


Happy SNACCing!!

- Esther and Rina

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