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These Bite Size Yogurt Melts Are A Healthy Snack For All Ages

These Bite Size Yogurt Melts Are A Healthy Snack For All Ages

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These yogurt melts are the perfect snack that can be made easily with just two ingredients! Kids and adults will love this colorful snack!

Everything’s better bite-size, especially these easy-to-make Yogurt Melts! With only two ingredients and just a little patience waiting for them to freeze, you may not even want to share these delicious yogurt snacks. 

yogurt melts

Yogurt Melts 

Are Yogurt Melts for both babies and adults?

They really are! Babies who are starting on solid foods, toddlers, kids, teenagers and of course adults, pretty much everyone can enjoy them!

As babies begin to get teeth, the cold temperature of the yogurt melts may even be soothing to them. It’s recommended babies can eat these around 6-9 months, or when they’re able to pick up small pieces of food with their little fingers.

They melt in your mouth and have a smooth texture, so they’re not a choking hazard. 

How could you make variations of the Yogurt Melts?

Maybe you want to add fruit into the yogurt melts and a little more flavor. Start with a fruit flavored greek yogurt instead!

The other option is plain greek yogurt like we used and then puree the fruit into the yogurt.

The combinations are endless, especially if they’re for little ones, strawberry/banana, spinach/raspberries, pear/peaches. 

Can you use any type of yogurt?

We highly recommend greek yogurt as it’s thicker and easier to work with when piping the bite-sized pieces. You could also use soy or coconut yogurt as long as the thickness is similar to greek yogurt. A thin yogurt just won’t hold shape. 

If you’d like a little more flavor instead of plain greek yogurt but you’d still like the neon colors of the ones we made, just use vanilla greek yogurt, especially if you don’t necessarily like the taste of plain. 

Yogurt Melts – Ingredients:

Plain Greek Yogurt

Neon Food Coloring Dye

Piping bag and pastry tip or zipper food bag with the tip cut off

Parchment paper

Baking sheet

Yogurt Melts

Yogurt Melts

Yogurt Melts

Yogurt Melts

How do you make Yogurt Melts?

Line baking sheet or pan with parchment paper. 

Stir the container of greek yogurt before adding to bowls. 

Decide how many colors of yogurt melts you’d like to make and add equal amounts of yogurt to each small bowl.

Add 4-8 drops of food coloring to desired shade of yogurt melts and stir each bowl.

Spoon each color of yogurt into separate piping bags and with tip #12. Or alternatively cut off a small hole off a sandwich or gallon size zipper food bag. 

Pipe small bite-sized yogurt melts onto the lined baking tray.

Freeze until solid, at least an hour. 

Remove from tray and add to airtight container for storage in the freezer.

Tips: They really freeze within an hour, but once they’re out of the freezer, the tiny yogurt pieces start to melt within 10 minutes so plan and serve accordingly.

We bought 4 of the #12 tips because as some of you may know, it’s just easier to fill all the piping bags and pipe one right after the other rather than cleaning each tip and bag after each color use. 

Yogurt Melts

 

yogurt melts

How to Make Yogurt Melts

These yogurt melts are the perfect snack that can be made easily with just two ingredients! Kids and adults will love this colorful snack!

Ingredients
  

  • Plain Greek Yogurt
  • Food Coloring Dye optional; we used neon colors
  • Piping bag and small pastry tip or zipper food bag with tip cut off
  • Parchment paper
  • Baking sheet

Instructions
 

  • Line baking sheet or pan with parchment paper. 
    Stir the container of greek yogurt before adding to bowls. 
    Decide how many colors of yogurt melts you'd like to make and add equal amounts of yogurt to each small bowl.
    Add 4-8 drops of food coloring to desired shade of yogurt melts and stir each bowl.
    Spoon each color of yogurt into separate piping bags and with tip #12. Or alternatively cut off a small hole off a sandwich or gallon size zipper food bag. 
    Pipe small bite-sized yogurt melts onto the lined baking tray.
    Freeze until solid, at least an hour. 
    Remove from tray and add to airtight container for storage in the freezer.
    Tips: They really freeze within an hour, but once they're out of the freezer, the tiny yogurt pieces start to melt within 10 minutes so plan and serve accordingly.
     

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