Frozen Yoghurt Blueberry Bites

It’s true, Blueberry Bites is now on the shelves of health food stores. The popularity of frozen yoghurt is on an upsurge and many people are opting for it as a great way to lose weight and to improve their health as well.

Many people think yoghurt is more for decoration than anything else but it’s nutritional benefits are plenty. Fruits and vegetables have been proven to provide essential vitamins and minerals our bodies need in order to function properly. It is no surprise then that these healthy fruits and vegetables are in such high demand!

A very easy homemade yoghurt treat. Made by my mom when I was a kid, it’s still one of my all time favourite recipes. It has a nice tart taste and is always a hit at dinner parties.

This is also an easy yoghurt treat recipe that can be made in a small pan or in a blender. I’ve included a link below to buy the ingredients needed to make this super easy yoghurt treat!

If you are wondering what yoghurt tastes like, then I will be just right here to provide you with an insight into the wonderful world of frozen yoghurt. As I live in Egypt, where Egypt is known for its hot and humid weather, and as I have experienced life on a daily basis there, I can only relate the cool and crisp sensation of the ice-cold yoghurt that is frozen on the top of the mountains.

Unlike in Europe or America, where the yoghurt is frozen before being transported to its respective markets, in Egypt the yoghurt is frozen while it is still being shipped to its various destinations. The result is a thick and rich yoghurt which not only tastes great but also offers great health benefits due to its rich calcium content and vitamin D which help fight off most of the common diseases in both males and females.

Frozen Yoghurt Blueberry Bites

Recipe by TiffanieCourse: DessertCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

24

servings
Prep time

10

minutes
Cooking timeminutes

Prepare your healthy mid-morning snacks in advance with this easy recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 Punnet of blueberries

  • 100 milliliters each of flavoured yoghurts

Directions

  • Line two baking sheets with greaseproof paper and put your yoghurts into deep ramekins. Using a cocktail stick dip each blueberry into the yoghurt and then transfer onto the baking sheet.
  • Freeze for 2 hours, then transfer to a ziplock bag and enjoy as a snack.

Reference : tastemade.

 

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