Whether it’s Valentine’s Day or you just have an extra tub of yogurt begging to be a snack, these super simple Frozen yogurt hearts snack is an easy snack to bring a little bit of love and fun all in one!
Frozen Yogurt Heart Bites Snack With Sprinkles
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A small silicone heart tray is and easy way to say “I love you” and add a little extra fun to snack time. Our family likes to also use this frozen yogurt heart bites recipe in the summer to cool down from the heat!
Quick and easy snacks are often the name of my game, but sometimes I just want to give it a little something extra. This time it was sprinkles! A few sprinkles always go a long way to making my kid excited about snacktime, and these little heart shaped yogurt bites were no except. Bring on Valentine’s Day sprinkles!
If you love Valentine’s Day treats, you should check out my Valentine’s Day Snack Bites too. Easy, no bake and great to make with kids!
This recipe for frozen yogurt hearts is so easy, you’re going to wonder why you haven’t thought of it soon. No worries, I got your back and you’re going to look like a superstar! Simply spoon your favorite yogurt into a silicone pan, add sprinkles and freeze! (your kid can help add the sprinkles!)
Thirty minutes later when they are frozen, you can pop them out and you have a great little snack.
This snack is also a great way to minimize food waste and stretch your food budget. Ever have yogurt on its last day? Make this frozen yogurt hearts recipe with that last bit of yogurt in the fridge before it goes bad. We always seem to have one small container left we didn’t quite finish, why waste it? Reinvent it as a snack!
If sprinkles aren’t your thing, chopped fruit, chocolate chips, granola, or flakes of coconut also are yummy too. You know, we have to keep our options open.
A couple people have asked which silicone mold I used, so I’ve linked to it at Amazon here!
You can freeze these ahead of time, pop them out of the silicone heart molds, and store them for later. The problem is you may find you lose a heart or two along the way that is swiped up by and excited kid. Valentine’s Day frozen yogurt heart mysterious disappearances are likely, don’t be surprised!
So now the most important question, what would you sprinkle on top of these fun frozen yogurt heart-shaped bites?
Easy Frozen Yogurt Hearts
- 1 cup yogurt
- Spoon yogurt into silicone mold, smaller or thinner molds are ideal
- Add sprinkles to the top of yogurt
- Freeze for thirty minutes
- Pop yogurt out of silicone mold and enjoy! Save extras for later in the freezer