Frozen Yogurt Dots

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Are you looking for a healthy snack that bodes well with your child’s lifestyle? Consider making frozen yogurt dots for your kids. They are a healthy snack that is fun and so easy to make that your children can help too! Having your children help you cook has many developmental benefits.

This may seem totally unrelated, but do you know what the top first baby words are (other than mommy and daddy)? The National Literacy Trust research reveals the top first words to be:

1)      Dog

2)      Cat

3)      More

Hmmm, how did “more” crack the Top 3? Actually, this doesn’t surprise me one bit. This word is easy to say, and especially easy to use. Does this sound like a common scenario at home?

You give your little one a small treat. How do they respond? “More.”

Okay, so you give them a little more. How do they respond? “More.”

This goes on and on until you know what? You’re out of treats!

If you’re going to give your child “more,” at least make it healthy right?

Well, with frozen yogurt dots, it will be easy to give your child “more.” Feel guilt free as you keep giving them more and more healthy bite-sized yogurt to eat.

To do so, follow these simple instructions for healthy eating:

Frozen Yogurt Bites

 

  • Use any type of yogurt you prefer
  • Dump the yogurt in a ziplock bag
  • Snip a small hole in the corner
  • Pipe small dots onto a baking sheet covered with wax paper
  • Freeze for about 30-45 minutes
  • ENJOY!

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So simple, yummy, and healthy!  Enjoy your weekend everyone!

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Comments

  1. littlefashionistas says:

    Good idea! thanks for sharing!

  2. I gotta try that!

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