These frozen yogurt berry bites are a delicious protein-packed snack idea! They also make a great healthy dessert treat for both kids and adults!

Frozen Yogurt Berry Bites Recipe Healthy Snack IdeaBSM Clover FTC

All you need to make this healthy and delicious treat is Clover Greek Yogurt, your favorite berries, and a silicone ice cube mold. My three boys love the flavors of Vanilla Clover Greek Yogurt paired with strawberries and blueberries, so that’s what we used to create this batch of frozen yogurt berry bites.

Simply add the fruit to the ice tray, top with yogurt, and freeze for 3-4 hours. Easy peasy!

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Frozen Yogurt Berry Bites Recipe

These creamy frozen yogurt bites are super easy to make, and with so many different flavors of Clover Greek Yogurt available, you can easily customize the recipe to include your favorites!

frozen yogurt berry bites healthy snack optionThey’re a great way to cool down on a warm afternoon, and the red, white and blue coloring make these berry bites a perfect dessert treat for Memorial Day and 4th of July, too!

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Easy Frozen Yogurt Berry Bites with Clover Greek Yogurt

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  1. these were soooooo good I cannot thank enough for bringing this easy healthy snack into my life!!!

  2. I’m guessing its okay to use already frozen berries and then just add the yogurt? I have a huge bag of frozen mixed berries that I’d like to use up.

  3. How long could you freeze these for? I don’t make it to the grocery store very often so if I buy perishables like Greek yogurt I like to use them in ways that will stay for a long while.

    1. Hi Emma,
      We have kept ours in the freezer for up to two months, but I’m sure they’d be good for even longer than that. My boys just eat them up too quickly! says that Greek Yogurt can safely be frozen for up to 6-8 months. Hope that helps!

  4. Could you use Coconut milk as a substitute for the yogurt? I’m lactose intolerant but I would love to make these!