Try these frozen yogurt blueberries as a wonderful and healthy summer treat. Each blueberry is dipped in dairy-free vanilla yogurt and frozen to perfection. This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures.
Blueberry season is in full swing, and if you’re looking for a fun way to enjoy delicious blueberries, look no further than this recipe for frozen yogurt blueberries.
Before I share my recipe, I want to share a bit about the benefits of blueberries. Blueberries contain fiber, vitamin C, vitamin K, manganese and potassium. They’ve been proven to support cardiovascular health, brain health, gut health and more.
On top of that, one cup of blueberries contains 13,427 total antioxidants, 10 times the USDA’s recommendation.
Blueberries are most ripe, plump and cheapest in the summer months, so enjoy them while you can because the summer berry season is fleeting.
How to Make Frozen Yogurt Blueberries
You’ll need only two ingredients to make these simple frozen yogurt-covered blueberries:
- 1 cup blueberries, washed and dried well
- ½ cup yogurt of choice (I used So Delicious Vanilla Yogurt)
I used a dairy free yogurt, but you could use any yogurt you desire. I also like that the vanilla flavor gives the blueberries a little extra sweetness, but you can use plain yogurt or another flavor of choice.
Now combine the yogurt and blueberries in a small bowl and make sure all the blueberries are coated with the yogurt on all sides.
Once the blueberries are coated in the yogurt, individually spoon each blueberry out of the yogurt mixture and onto a parchment-lined baking sheet into a single layer.
Alternate Method: Use a toothpick inserted into the middle of each blueberry to dip each blueberry one-by-one in the yogurt mixture. I found this technique to take too long, hence why I just dumped a bunch of berries into the yogurt mixture and didn’t worry if it turned out a bit messy.
Once you have all the blueberries lined up on your baking sheet, place the sheet in your freezer for at least one hour or until the yogurt has hardened.
You can then enjoy these frozen yogurt bites like popcorn as a healthy snack.
Store leftovers in a freezer-safe container in your freezer. I like to portion them into snack-sized zip top bags so I can take them with me when on the go.
A Few Notes About this Recipe
Be sure to use plump, fresh blueberries for this recipe. Do not use frozen blueberries.
Wash your blueberries well, but make sure they’re fully dry before adding them to the yogurt. The yogurt won’t stick to wet blueberries.
Feel free to sprinkle toppings on the blueberries before you freeze them. Topping suggestions include mini chocolate chips, granola, sprinkles, or finely chopped nuts.
Be sure to check out my frozen yogurt banana pops that I made with the same dairy-free yogurt used here. These pops are amazing and delicious too.
More Recipes with Yogurt
- Dairy Free and Low Sugar Frozen Yogurt Banana Popsicles
- Make-Your-Own Dairy-Free Yogurt Breakfast Bowls
- Gluten-Free Lemon-Vanilla Pound Cake [Made with Yogurt Alternative]
- Gluten-Free Blueberry Banana Bread Breakfast Bowls (dairy-free + vegan)
Frozen Yogurt Blueberries
- 1 cup blueberries
- ½ cup yogurt of choice I used dairy-free So Delicious Vanilla Yogurt
- Line a small baking sheet with wax paper or parchment paper.
- Wash and dry the blueberries, then combine the blueberries and yogurt in a small bowl until all the blueberries are coated in the yogurt.
- Use a spoon to individually drop the yogurt covered blueberries onto the prepared baking sheet into a single layer.
- Place the baking sheet in the freezer for at least an hour or until the yogurt has hardened.
- Serve or store in a freezer-safe container until ready to eat.
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