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My son is currently obsessed with yogurt.
It’s funny because I have never really been all that into yogurt. I guess I’m just not a fan of the texture.
Though, I have grown to like it since my son demands it all the time. We usually eat plain yogurt with fruit mixed in. Sometimes I add chia seeds or even cheerios for an extra crunch.
I have seen plenty of different recipes on Pinterest for frozen fruit dipped in yogurt. I even mention one in my post on Healthy Pink Recipes for Valentine’s Day.
I’ve also been trying to come up with some kind of easy, tasty, healthy recipe for this cute, mini heart mold tray.
So, I thought I’d mix up some chopped strawberries with some yogurt and throw them in the trays for an easy, healthy, festive treat for Valentine’s Day.
These frozen strawberry yogurt hearts are the perfect snack for you and you toddler.
Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Hearts
This recipe was SO easy and SO yummy. My son could not get enough.
Tip: do NOT attempt to take pictures of delicious, frozen treats with your toddler standing right there.
I can’t wait to do this again. I may try a mix of different fruit too!
All you have to do is chopped up a few strawberries, mix it in with a cup of yogurt, then carefully put the mixture into the molds. I actually used one of the small spoons my toddler uses to put the mixture into the molds.
It may be a smart idea to put the mixture into a plastic bag, cut one of the ends off and pipe the mixture into the molds. Just make sure your hole is big enough for the strawberries to get through.
- about 5-6 strawberries (or any fruit), chopped
- 1 cup of yogurt
- 1 heart mold tray
- Mix the strawberries and yogurt together
- Pour the mixture into the heart-shaped molds
- Place into the freezer until firm, about 2 hours
What fruit would you use in these Frozen Yogurt Hearts? Let me know in the comment section below!
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OMG!! Looks so easy to make with the least amount of in ingredients. I will try these out this weekend. Thanks for sharing!
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very cute! good kid food!
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My daughter loves yogurt anything!! I think her favorite would be with the strawberries, but I would also try blueberries. I need get some of those heart molds-so cute!
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I love love LOVE simple ideas, that are healthy and super cute! Why didn’t I think of this?! Pinning and sharing!
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Okay, this is too easy and delicious!! I’m finding my candy molds and making some for my kids! I’ve got cherry yogurt in the fridge that needs used up! 🙂 I’m also going to share this to my blog’s Facebook page, because it is an AWESOME idea!! 🙂
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What a cute idea! We have tried freezing yogurt but not in a heart shape. That is so fun for Valentine’s Day. I am off to pin this now.
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Is it wrong that my first thought was, “chocolate pudding”
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So cute! I can’t think of a better fruit that says Valentine’s than strawberries. Great idea! You can probably do a lot of things with that heart mold.
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Those look delicious and healthy, but I wonder if they are messy?
Such a great idea and very healthy! I love those molding trays.
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Omg these are awesome!!!! My daughter is all about yogurt so I should make these for her!
These look awesome! I still need to make your homemade cheese crackers too – life’s been a bit hectic. I’m going to pin this and save for later. I bet my daughter would LOVE them! 🙂
These are so cute.. I have some of those silicone molds and I never thought to use them for something like this!
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Jane could eat her weight in yogurt every day. Last summer I made these, but I just used an ice cube tray, and I added a lollipop stick so they were Popsicles and (only slightly) less messy. I have also just piped the yogurt into little drops on a cookie sheet and frozen them. Then you can store a bunch in a ziplock bag. We love yogurt!
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