Frozen yogurt fruit cups are the perfect summer treat- or if you just want something cold and tasty. They are easy to make and kids will love them too!
Both of my kids love yogurt and fruit. If your kids also like yogurt try these frozen yogurt fruit bites!!
It’s so nice that my kids love yogurt and fruit so I usually have them on hand or in the fridge at all times. My kids also love frozen treats (who doesn’t??!!) so we thought it would be fun to make these frozen yogurt fruit cups.
Frozen yogurt fruit cups can be made to your liking using any kids of yogurt (I highly suggest a fruit flavor!! We first tried with plain yogurt and it wasn’t as good!) and you can also mix and match in your kids favorite fruit.
Strawberries and blueberries are always on hand here during the spring and summer months. They are so flavorful and you can get them pretty cheap when in season. I decided to add in some kiwi for flavor. Neither of my kids had ever tried kiwi and they were both impressed!
Frozen Yogurt Fruit Cups
What you’ll need:
Some type of flavored yogurt (we used strawberry and it turned out great!)
Fresh Fruit washed and cut if applicable. Good choices would be blueberries, strawberries, banana bites, kiwi
Mini Muffin Pan
Optional: Mini Muffin liners. I used these and did not need to! They surprisingly pull off easily once the yogurt is frozen.
In a bowl combine a few large scoops of yogurt (start with a cup to see how many it makes for you!) and add in a few tablespoons of milk. Stir. You want the combo to be fairly runny but not too much.
Add liners to the muffin tin (totally optional!)
Place a dollop of the yogurt/milk combo in the bottom of some mini muffins. Add in some of the fruit like 1 blueberry and 1 strawberry (that’s been cut up!)
Add more of the yogurt/milk combo on top to cover.
Sprinkle the top with more fruit to garnish. This is where I added a kiwi to make it look pretty!
Continue doing this until you’ve made the amount of frozen yogurt fruit cups that you want.
Put the entire tray in the freezer and let it set for at least a few hours (depending on how long your freezer takes!)
When completely frozen, pop out the frozen yogurt fruit cups and pull off the wrappers.
Enjoy a few (they will melt fast!!) and place the others in a air tight container in the freezer.
Pull out the yogurt whenever you or the kids want a frozen treat!
Additional Idea: My daughter LOVES to make smoothies and she decided to use a few of the frozen fruit cups to blender and she said it was delicious!
Would your family like these frozen yogurt fruit cups? Let me know if you try them!