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Frozen Yogurt Covered Blueberries #SundaySupper

Hi Everyone,

Today is my birthday! Normally I would do a post showing some form of a birthday cake, but instead today I am sharing with you a healthy snack for kids of all ages. Our mission for #SundaySupper is to save summer!   I will do my best to save summer, so I thought what is one of my favorite summertime food that I would love to eat all year? My first thought was strawberries, but then I thought hmmmmm…. blueberries. So with blueberries on the brain, I decided to make Frozen Yogurt Covered Blueberries. Yummers! The perfect after school or work treat.

These blueberry treats are sweet, easy to make, fun to eat and I simply love popping them in my mouth. They are made with two ingredients, greek yogurt and blueberries. You can’t go wrong with that combo. I eat blueberries and yogurt together all of the time and I thought, they make yogurt covered nuts and fruit, why not try to make a frozen version with fresh yogurt and fresh fruit? I am so glad I made this, it’s an amazing guilt free snack.

To make them, I took my half baking sheet and lined it with parchment paper.  Took a tooth pick and poked it in the blueberry and swirled it around the yogurt. I placed it on my baking sheet and then put it in the freezer to freeze for about an hour.

Here is what they looked liked once I completed covering all of the blueberries.

After I froze the berries I popped them in a freezer safe bag for easy grabbing and easy snacking. This really makes a great, healthy snack for kids, but even better for me. I come home from work and grab a tiny handful of my blueberries, which satisfies me until dinner.

Frozen Yogurt Covered Blueberries
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A light healthy, frozen snack made with vanilla greek yogurt and fresh blueberries.
  • 1 pint blueberries
  • 6 oz container of vanilla greek yogurt
  • 1 toothpick
  1. Line a baking sheet or plate with parchment paper, set aside.
  2. Poke the toothpick in the blueberry and swirl in the yogurt until covered. Place the yogurt covered blueberry on the prepared baking sheet. Do the same with remaining blueberries.
  3. Place the baking sheet of blueberries in the freezer and freeze for one hour. Place the blueberries in a freezer safe container.
I am not calculating calories on this recipe because it is completely healthy.

For this recipe, you can also use vegan yogurt, coconut yogurt or your favorite kind of yogurt. Maybe go all crazy and try blueberry flavor or chocolate flavor. I am personally kind of partial to vanilla.

I am totally looking forward to today’s #SundaySupper recipe because I want to know how I can preserve the summer.

Have a great weekend.



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