Yogurt Covered Frozen Fruit Snack Fun

Colorful yogurt covered fruits are not just a great snack for the entire family to have, but a great way for kids to stay busy! Making these delicious little bites will also be a fun art project for kids (and adults).

We recommend strawberries, blueberries or other berries. Along with fruits, you will need food coloring for the yogurt dip.

We always use natural or dye-less food colorings. If you have a homemade recipe to make your own food colorings, that works as well. For the blueberries, keep some toothpicks handy, because it makes it much easier to dip into the yogurt.

Before we break down the step by step instructions on how to make yogurt covered frozen fruit snacks, we put together coloring sheets for kids to color during the freezing times for these snacks.

Download Savor’s Fruit Coloring Pages

YOGURT COVERED FROZEN STRAWBERRIES

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

  1. Cut off the stems of the strawberries. Then wash the strawberries well, pat them dry and split them into 3 groups.
  2. In a bowl, add the 2 cups of yogurt and vanilla extract. Mix well. (This step is only applicable if you’re using plain yogurt).
  3. Split the yogurt into 3 small bowls.
  4. In the first bowl, add 4 drops of food coloring.
  5. In the second bowl, add 2 drops of food coloring.
  6. Dip the first group of strawberries into the first bowl and lay them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Repeat the steps for the other groups of strawberries bowls of yogurt.
  7. Freeze the strawberries uncovered for an hour in the freezer.
  8. Cover the bowls filled with yogurt and keep them refrigerated until the strawberries are taken out.
  9. Remove the strawberries from the freezer and repeat the steps by dipping them into their corresponding yogurt bowls.
  10. Freeze the strawberries for an additional hour, uncovered in the freezer.
  11. Remove from freezer and serve.

 

YOGURT COVERED FROZEN BLUEBERRIES

INGREDIENTS

DIRECTIONS

  1. Wash the blueberries well and pat them dry.
  2. In a bowl, add 1 cup of yogurt. (Food coloring is not needed because the natural coloring of the blueberry yogurt is all you need).
  3. Dip the blueberries with a toothpick into the bowl and lay them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
  4. Freeze the blueberries uncovered for an hour in the freezer.
  5. Cover the bowl filled with yogurt and keep it refrigerated until the blueberries are taken out.
  6. Remove the blueberries from the freezer and repeat the steps by dipping them into the bowl of yogurt.
  7. Freeze the blueberries for an additional hour, uncovered in the freezer.
  8. Remove from freezer and serve.

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