Frozen Yogurt Bites

Summertime is perfect for this healthy, no bake recipe for how to make Frozen Yogurt Bites. These frosty Greek yogurt bites are a simple diy treat you can even do with kids. So creamy and an easy way to enjoy frozen yogurt at home!

frozen yogurt bites stacked on a little plate


I’ve been on a real frozen yogurt kick these days!

frozen yogurt bites stacked on a little plate

It reminds me of the Yogen Fruz I used to love as a kid meandering through the mall with my friends. They used to have a variety of frozen fruits and other sweet things to swirl in with the frozen yogurt. Are those still around?

Anyways, I  thought I’d make an almond version of frozen yogurt and make it into bite-sized little pieces for easy snacking.

If there’s one thing I love, it’s snacking.

sweet grey cat with beautiful green eyes looking at the camera

Oops! Sorry, Lou! I love you just as much as snacking. 😉 *edit update* Saying Good-bye to our boy.


These yogurt melts have a pretty simple ingredient list which is something I love! All you need is: 

  • Greek yogurt
  • almond butter (use natural – just almonds)
  • maple syrup
  • vanilla
  • sea salt
frozen yogurt bites in a frosty glass jar


Prepping for these tasty little treats is pretty darn simple. Basically, toss all the ingredients into a bowl and give it a good stir. 

Next, prepare a baking sheet by lining it with parchment paper.

My good intentions were to pipe beautiful little rosettes onto the parchment with my piping bag, but … there’s always a but, isn’t there … a darned little piece of almond from the almond butter blocked the tip of the piping bag and my mixture wouldn’t come out.

Well, it did start coming out but from the wrong end!! I tried to unblock the tip with a toothpick but to no avail. My next course of action was to remove said tip and put on a different one (wait for it…I sense another but) but, when I removed the blocked tip the yogurt mixture started to ooze out all over the counter.

That’s when I started swearing.

In the end, I emptied the piping bag back into the food processor and abandoned all hope of picture perfect rosettes and simply spooned little bite-sized pieces onto the parchment instead. This works fine! You could also use a big Ziploc bag and cut the tip off to pipe.

yogurt dots on a parchment lined baking sheet

OR … You could use a silicone candy mold which is what I did the next time I made this recipe! The molds work great and the yogurt pops out nicely. You would need quite a lot of them so maybe just stick to the spooning onto the parchment method.

Off they go into the freezer for a good 30 minutes or so.

You want to make sure they are frozen solid.

a hand holding a yogurt melt

Peel them off the parchment and transfer them to a Ziploc bag.

Pop them back into the freezer and whenever you feel the snack monster hit, pop one in your mouth! If you used the silicone molds, pop them out of the molds and transfer to a Ziploc and store the same way.

frosty treats in a blue bowl

These are very good and I can see endless variations using berries, chocolate, bananas, etc., etc.

Have fun experimenting!

frozen yogurt bites in a frosty glass jar


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*Originally posted July 4, 2013. Updated July 29, 2020*

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frozen yogurt bites stacked on a little plate

Frozen Yogurt Bites

Sharon Rhodes
Summertime is perfect for this healthy, no-bake recipe for how to make Frozen Yogurt Bites. These frosty Greek yogurt bites are a simple diy treat you can even do with kids. So creamy and an easy way to enjoy frozen yogurt at home!
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
30 minutes
Total Time 45 minutes
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 70
Calories 8 kcal



  • Add all ingredients to a medium mixing bowl and stir together well.
  • Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper and spoon bite-sized drops onto it. There should be room for ten rows of seven. You can also try a piping bag or Ziploc bag with the end snipped off also to make yogurt dots.
  • Transfer the baking sheet to the freeze and freeze for 30 minutes until set. Transfer the pieces to a Ziploc bag for storing. Keep these in the freezer for up to a week.
  • TIP! If you want to use silicone candy molds those work well also! You may need a little longer in the freezer for them to set.


Calories: 8kcalCarbohydrates: 1gProtein: 1gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 17mgPotassium: 10mgFiber: 1gSugar: 1gCalcium: 6mgIron: 1mg
Keyword frozen yogurt bites, yogurt melts
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  1. I’m going to take this awesome idea and go wild with it… I plan on making some pumpkin-toasted pecan butter tonight and will probably use that in place of the almond butter, maybe a touch of maple syrup and pumpkin pie spice. Who says pumpkin is only for Thanksgiving recipes!? OOH you could probably throw a few of these in a smoothie for a cold creamy factor!

    1. Hey Kels! Thanks for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment. 🙂 Throwing these babies in a smoothie is a brilliant idea! Absolutely brilliant. I will be stealing that. 😉 I love your pumpkin themed idea. Let me know how that turns out.

  2. These look like the perfect treat to cool off with in the summer!
    I loved reading about your disaster with the piping bag, lol. I can’t seem to master those things either.
    Luckily, they still turned out great! I’ll be pinning these! 🙂

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  4. Making these tonight! I have some toasted almond butter that I cannot stop eating and this looks like a more creative way to get it into my tummy (instead of just spooning it straight into my mouth)

    1. I hope you love them! They definitely will be transported to the tummy…that’s what seems to be happening with my batch:)

  5. These look absolutely scrumptious! Do you think that they would work with non-dairy coconut milk yogurt instead? Lou could be the long lost brother of my cat, Ripley, who is often featured on my Facebook page.

    1. I think the coconut milk yogurt should work fine. I was planning on trying a non dairy version myself so let me know how it goes. Did you adopt Ripley? Apparently, Lou was one of 5 kittens brought to the Animal Aid shelter in Burlington so I know he does have some siblings out there!

      1. Ripley was adopted in Sept. 2003 from the Burlington/Hamilton SPCA. He was one of the featured cats by the front entrance. He had been there for several months and, being an adult at the time, was not in hot demand. We lucked out as he is the most wonderful cat on the planet!! We love him to bits!

        I will attempt the recipe with the non-dairy yogurt and no piping tools. A dollop on a cookie sheet will have to suffice!

        Keep the awesome recipes coming! I love your blog and sense of humour! Can totally relate!

        1. Thanks so much, Barbara! And bless you guys for adopting an older cat. Lou wasn’t a kitten either when we adopted him but we couldn’t resist his beautiful face:)

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