Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Bites

If your New Year resolution is diet related, then having a healthy snack alternative in your back pocket is pretty important. Vending machines offer only temptation and it’s important to have a healthful filler to tide you over between low cal meals. Be hangry no more! Just bring a handful of these blueberry and Greek yogurt treats! And yes, I mean treat! The Greek yogurt delivers an unexpected protein punch, while the blueberries offer a clean source of glucose that will re-energize your day. Together the combo will conquer your munchies and even sooth your sweet tooth.

AuthorMackieDifficultyBeginner

 ½ cup Vanilla Greek yogurt
 ½ tbsp Sugar or sugar substitue
 1 pt Fresh blueberries

1

In a small bowl, combine the yogurt and the sweetener. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside. Working one at a time (or in small batches), drop a fresh blueberry into the yogurt. Using a fork, cover the berry with yogurt and scoop it out of the bowl. Tap the handle of the fork on the rim of the bowl to remove any excess yogurt, then set the berry on the baking sheet. Repeat with remaining blueberries.

2

To keep the yogurt coating smooth, try to handle the finished berries as little as possible and space each berry an inch apart so they never touch. Once you've finished coating all the berries, set the baking sheet in the freezer until they're frozen, about an hour. After they're frozen, remove the baking sheet from the freezer and use a spatula to separate the fruit from the parchment paper. Serve immediately or store in a container in the freezer.

Ingredients

 ½ cup Vanilla Greek yogurt
 ½ tbsp Sugar or sugar substitue
 1 pt Fresh blueberries

Directions

1

In a small bowl, combine the yogurt and the sweetener. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside. Working one at a time (or in small batches), drop a fresh blueberry into the yogurt. Using a fork, cover the berry with yogurt and scoop it out of the bowl. Tap the handle of the fork on the rim of the bowl to remove any excess yogurt, then set the berry on the baking sheet. Repeat with remaining blueberries.

2

To keep the yogurt coating smooth, try to handle the finished berries as little as possible and space each berry an inch apart so they never touch. Once you've finished coating all the berries, set the baking sheet in the freezer until they're frozen, about an hour. After they're frozen, remove the baking sheet from the freezer and use a spatula to separate the fruit from the parchment paper. Serve immediately or store in a container in the freezer.

Frozen Blueberry Yogurt Bites

Thanks to Pop Culture for the recipe!

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