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Frozen Yogurt Snack Bites - Two Ways



Birthday Cake flavor: – 1 cup plain Real California Yogurt – 2 tablespoons honey – 2 tablespoons rainbow sprinkles, plus more for sprinkling on top – 1 teaspoon clear vanilla flavor (or pure vanilla extract) – 1 cup of your favorite granola Fruity Flavor: – 1 cup plain Real California Yogurt – 1 cup mashed berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries or a mixture) – 2 tablespoons honey – 1 cup of your favorite granola :Yogurt, Berries, Granola, Kid-Friendly
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Per recipe: Arrange 24 mini cupcake liners in a mini muffin tin, on a plate, or on a baking sheet and set aside.

For the Birthday Cake Filling: Whisk the yogurt, honey, rainbow sprinkles, and clear vanilla flavor in a medium bowl.

For the Fruity Filling: Add the fruit to a medium bowl and drizzle the honey over top. Using a fork or potato masher, mash the fruit with the honey until the fruit is smashed and juicy. If you are using soft berries you can mash the fruit whole. But if you’re using firmer strawberries, dice them into smaller pieces before mashing into the honey. Stir the berry honey mixture into the yogurt and mix until combined.

Assemble the bites. Place a teaspoon or two of the granola in the bottom of each prepared cupcake liner. Top with a spoonful of the frozen yogurt mixture. Top the birthday cake bites with additional sprinkles to garnish. Top the fruity bites with whole or sliced berries to garnish.

Place the frozen yogurt bites in the freezer to set for at least 2 hours before serving. To store the bites remove them from the mini muffin tin and place in a zip top bag for 2-3 weeks (if they last that long).

Yields 24 (each recipe)

Recipe Developed By Alison Needham/CA Grown for CMAB

Photo credit: Alison Needham/CA Grown