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Even though we are coming close to the cooler weather, we are still hitting the 90’s here on the east coast, so I wanted to share one more frozen treat before summer is gone.
These little Banana and Berry Yogurt Cups are a really fun and easy way to make a healthy frozen treat for you and/or your little ones. I mashed up a ripe banana to sweeten up my yogurt and then added in some blueberries, strawberries and pistachios.
You can easily make these your own buy adding your favorite fruits, nuts and seeds!
Be sure to watch the video to see the step-by-step.
Frozen Banana + Berry Yogurt Cups
- 1 cup Tillamook Plain and Simple 0% Farmstyle Greek Yogurt
- 1 ripe banana
- 1/4 tsp. cinnamon
- 1/4 cup blueberries halved
- 1/2 cup strawberries diced
- 1 tbsp. chopped pistachios
- Once the yogurt cups have frozen through, you can remove them from the cupcake liners and store in a freezer bag.
- You can use nonfat, low-fat, or full fat yogurt for this recipe.
- Try using a variety of your favorite nuts, seeds, and berries.
I love watching you on youtube and right now I look forward to make these because they are full of my favourite ingredience.
I’m glad you enjoy watching the youtube videos! Enjoy the Frozen Banana Berry Yogurt Cups 😉
Hi! I’m planning on making this for my child’s class party. How long can they be stored in the freezer? I want to serve them by Tuesday (not sure what time), but I’m afraid they will be melted by the time the students get to eat them. Any tips on storing and prepping ahead of time?
Hi Ginabelle! They should last about a week in the freezer. They technically, will last longer, but the less time in the freezer, the better the taste 😉 If there is a freezer in school you can use for storage, they should be fine; otherwise, they may need to be eaten soon after they are transported in.
These sound soo good! I’m going to the market today to buy the ingredients to make these!
yay! enjoy them 🙂
These are very good and so simple! I will definitely be making them again.