Kid-Friendly Eats: Frozen Yogurt Fruit + Granola Bites

 It’s been a busy holiday season – full of lots of joy, cheer and tons of eating! We’ve been to and hosted so much fun this month – and we’ve got fun plans for this New Years weekend too. Since I’ve got two little babes, I always plan to bring a kid friendly dish or two anywhere we go.

Today I wanted to share with you a fun little snack I made for the kids that they loved over the past weekend.

Fun Fact: Did you know yogurt freezes?

Sure, I know all about frozen yogurt, but I had never really tried to freeze my regular yogurt before. I was doing a little research online and decided to try to make my own little frozen yogurt bites for the kids.

I took an old ice cube container, added in a bottom layer of granola {or in this case Qi’a Superfood Cocoa Coconut Superflakes – yum!}, then I topped that with my favorite organic Stonyfield Double Cream yogurt {but you can totally use any kind!} and then finished it off with various fruits – raspberries, blueberries and strawberries – oh my!

Freeze for a few hours or overnight and then pop them out when you are ready. They are a nice cool treat for the kids to enjoy – next time I might even add my own popsicle sticks to make them a little easier to eat with less mess, but they are still really good – not to mention my teething two year old LOVED the chilly, healthy snack.

I always have a jug of Stonyfield yogurt in my fridge, it’s a staple item for recipes of any kind! Not to mention its a great substitute for ingredients like oil, mayo, sour cream, butter and more. And now that Stonyfield has announced a sugar reduction across all of its yogurt products – which now have between 25-40% less sugar. Stonyfield’s kids’ yogurts have 2.25g to 3g of sugar per ounce compared to 4g of sugar per ounce in the leading kids’ yogurt – which is something I always look for when shopping for my kids, less sugar!

 Everything Stonyfield makes isn’t just delicious, it’s also made with certified organic and organic compliant ingredients. In a world full of choices, organic makes things simple because it’s always made without the use of toxic persistent pesticides , artificial hormones, antibiotics and GMOs.

This post is sponsored by Stonyfield. All opinions are my own. 

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  • Reply Patty December 30, 2017 at 8:41 am

    Those yogurt bites look delicious! I’m looking to eat less sugar in the new year, so I’m definitely going to make these and enjoy in place of my usual candy or cookie go to. Thanks for sharing and glad to hear Stonyfield is using less sugar too!

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