Frozen Yogurt Bites Using Fun Candy Molds

In the past I couponed but it fell to the waist side due to lack of time.  With 8 of us our grocery bill is ridiculous!  I knew there was more I could do to keep our grocery bill down.  It would involve spending a few hours on-line searching for the best deals and clipping coupons again.  So this year that was it I was taking the plunge. Glad I did because I am saving hundreds and hundreds of dollars each month on everyday items we use in our home.  One of the staples in our home is yogurt. With 6 kids a pack of yogurt is gone in a day.  So when my local grocery store had an amazing deal on yogurt and I matched them up with my coupons I jumped right on it buying cases and cases of it. 


My kids like eating it plain but I wanted to do something different with it so they did not get tired of it.  What though? I searched on Pinterest for some inspiration but came up empty handed.  My daughter and I were baking homemade banana bread the other day when I found candy molds in cabinet while I was looking for my bread loaf pan. The light bulb went off, I will use these molds and the yogurt together! 



Silicone candy molds, ice cube trays or even muffin pans

Baking sheet pan


Since the cases of yogurt we had were the smoothie type my daughter and I just poured them in the molds.  Our molds have accumulated over the years.  They consist of Lego Mini Figures, Lego Bricks, hearts, fish, flowers and more. If you do not have candy molds you could always use muffin tins or ice cube trays (make sure they are silicone so that the yogurt pops out easily) as well.  This recipe is super easy. Simply pour or with a spoon scoop out the yogurt and evenly distribute it in the molds.  Place the molds on a sheet pan and then in the freezer.  I left ours in the freezer over night because the fish molds were thick and needed extra time to freeze. If you have thinner molds then a few hours should be enough time to freeze. Once frozen gently pop them out of their molds. 


A few things to make note of:

Store them in the freezer either on wax paper or a plastic food container.

Eat them fast because they melt and get messy.


These yogurt bites make the perfect healthy snack for kids to enjoy! How do your kids enjoy yogurt? Stay tuned for a yogurt round up for some other ideas! 


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  1. That is such a cute idea! These look like so much fun, and I love that they’re a healthy alternative to ice cream. I have to try this.

  2. This is such an awesome idea. I never thought of making these using candy molds.

  3. This is such a cute idea!! I’m going to try it today!!

  4. This is such a cute idea! I’m glimg to try it today!! Can’t wait to see how it turns out. O

  5. Lisa Bristol says:

    This is a great idea to do with the kids for March break. I’m sure they will be a big hit. They look so delicious and easy to make.

  6. This is the cutest idea! I can’t wait to try this with my boys; they are going to love it!! Getting molds today!

  7. This is a fun idea and makes a delicious snack! Kids always seem to eat their food more when it is shaped like something. The silicone molds are convenient because they make clean up easy and come in so many designs!

  8. What a fun and delicious idea!! These are great for our hot summers!

  9. Who knew you could make such cute shapes from frozen yogurt?! This would be fun to do with the kids. They look super yummy too – thanks!

  10. Wow, the molds take things up quite a bit. I wonder if my kids would actually eat them. They didn’t when I just made the dots.

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