I looked up “froyo” on urbandictionary.com. Yep, kind of nerdy thing to do. I guess I was just curious. Here’s what it says: “Froyo: 1. A game combining the use of a frisbee and a yoyo; 2. Frodo playing yoyo; 3. An incorrect term used to describe frozen yogurt.” Apparently the correct term is actually “frogurt.” Who knew? But froyo is very fun to say, so I’m sticking with it. Frozen yogurt has been around a long time, and it’s a pretty darn great invention. Swirly frozen goodness with a hint of tart packed with berries, chocolate or snickers pieces? Yes, please! So we decided to make up our own version. I think even Frodo would approve of these Frozen yogurt-berry bites.
Okay, so this recipe probably isn’t technically a recipe at all. I mean, it consists of a whopping two ingredients! No prep to speak of, no oven, no mixing bowls, literally one spoon and a tray…really no effort whatsoever! Your three-year old could make this. Seriously! And you want to know the freaky thing? These little babies are absolutely delicious. I kept catching my husband sneaking them out of the freezer before we could even photograph them. You basically pick your favorite berry, smother it in yogurt and freeze! That’s it. Nothing to it. The perfect snack food. 🙂
- Greek vanilla yogurt
- Fresh strawberries, blueberries, raspberries
- Dip berries in yogurt and place on cookie sheet.
- If desired, fill mini muffin tins with raspberries and blueberries, and pour yogurt over them.
- Place in freezer and freeze until very firm.
*Note that prep time is 5 minutes, but these do need to sit in freezer until frozen solid, for several hours.
*Yogurt thaws very quickly. Eat as soon as you take these out of freezer!