Would you like a fun activity for young children? Try making Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Dots. Or would you like a frozen
treat that is only 80 calories?
My granddaughter and I made our own Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Dots. I mixed strawberry jam into the vanilla yogurt.
We used a squeeze bottle and my granddaughter enjoyed creating dots of yogurt on a parchment lined cookie sheet.
She and I enjoyed eating the frozen treats together. If you have young children or grand kids you know how
it is to get kids to try new foods. Now, my granddaughter likes yogurt, but lately she eats a couple of bites and then doesn't want anymore.
When she made the frozen yogurt dots, she was so excited about the process and of course ate quite a few of the
yogurt dots. She said, "this tastes like ice cream."
You will need:
bottle-You can buy a bottle from Amazon or a craft store
1 cup of Vanilla Yogurt
1 Tablespoon of Strawberry Jam
Parchment lined cookie sheet
My granddaughter enjoyed squeezing the bottle and making her own yogurt dots. Of course, if you make these I am sure
yours will be perfectly formed.
Freeze for around 1 hour.
Different Ways to Flavor Yogurt -link
You can make almost any kind of flavored yogurt. I used the nonfat yogurt (Walmart brand only 80 calories) for myself and even plain
yogurt with some kind of added flavoring could be used. It just depends on how you want your yogurt to taste.
My granddaugther and I are looking forward to making more frozen yogurt dots. Perhaps
orange, lemon, or maybe even pina colada flavored yogurt dots.
I got the idea from a friend on Pinterest.
Here is the direct link for the recipe from the blog-
One Good Thing by Jillee Frozen