Hi! I’m Grace, I usually blog over at Eats Amazing about fun food for kids, and I’m really pleased to be here today to share one of my easy kid friendly recipes with you all! I’ve created a special Valentines version of my favourite Frozen Fruity Yogurt Bites, a super simple recipe that my kids love to make (it’s so easy to make even a toddler can get stuck in) and love to eat even more!
This recipe makes a fun treat for Valentines Day, and if you want to keep it super healthy, you can just swap out the sprinkles for extra fruit. We love a little treat now and again though so I think that the fun heart sprinkles are perfect for this cute Valentines snack.
Valentines Frozen Fruity Yogurt Bites
- 1 cup fresh or frozen raspberries
- ⅔ cup Greek yogurt
- 1-2 tsp maple syrup or honey
- Heart sprinkles
Lay out 12-15 silicone muffin cups on a small baking sheet or tray (this will need to fit in your freezer, so it may be worth checking it for size before you start).
Pop the raspberries into a bowl and smush up with a potato masher or a fork (kids love doing this step!)
Add the yogurt to the raspberries and whisk together. Add maple syrup or honey to taste and whisk again until well combined.
Using a spoon, put a dollop of the yogurt and raspberry mixture into the bottom of each muffin cup until all the yogurt has gone.
Carefully lift the tray and gently tap it on the counter top to level out the yogurt, then top each cup with sprinkles to decorate.
Place the cups (still on the baking tray) into the freezer and leave to freeze for a couple of hours until set solid. Once frozen through, remove from the cases and serve (or bag up and pop straight back in the freezer to eat later).
These are great to munch on straight out of the freezer as a fun snack or dessert, or for a special breakfast idea you could throw a few into a bowl of granola or cereal, yum! You could even pack these in a lunch box – the yogurt will melt enough to eat with a spoon by lunch time but it will still be lovely and cool and make a tasty and healthy dessert.