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4 Ingredient Frozen Fruit Yogurt Bites

4 Ingredient Frozen Fruit Yogurt Bites

  These little cool gems are a snap to make and are adored by kids and adults. Make a batch of these 4 ingredient frozen fruit yogurt bites and watch them disappear very quickly. Enjoy!

 Every spring and summer, these are always requested by my son Josh.

No wonder, they are cool with just the right amount of sweetness.

A bit tangy yet mild and just perfect for a warm spring or summer day.

The first time I made these, it was a really  hot summer evening. My family wanted something cool for dessert. Instead of pudding or ice cream, I had remembered these were made a few days earlier.

It must have slipped my mind and just forgotten about them.

Grabbed them out of the freezer and popped these gems onto a plate.

The family just looked at me and said, well, what are those? Ice cream? Nope, just try them.

What a big hit they were. Now, I make them once a week once spring pops it’s head in to stay.

Bet your family will love them as much as mine does!


4 Ingredient Frozen Fruit and Yogurt Bites 

Yields: about 12 bites

Nutritional: calories 24, fat 0.5 g sat fat .05 g carbs 3.9 g, protein 1.1 g

WW Smart Points: 1 – WW Points Plus: 1 – WW Personal Points: 1





  •  6 ounce container fat free, plain, vanilla or honey Greek yogurt
  • 6  tp 8 tablespoons Cool Whip light or fat free
  • 8 small strawberries, washed and dried well with stems removed
  • 1/2 kiwi, peeled and cut up into little pieces, leave out or add any cut up fruit of choice such as a peach or nectarine, or just use strawberries
  • 1 tablespoon fresh orange juice, this is optional but it adds a nice back taste of orange and sweetness, try it once with and then without, nice to change things up 




Below are the simple ingredients to make these delicious cool treats


Enjoy the cool deliciousness!

Wait! Before leaving, check out a few more fun frozen snacks to enjoy….

Josh’s Frozen Banana Crunch Pops

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Frozen Peanut Butter Cookie Sandwiches 



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4 Ingredient Frozen Fruit Yogurt Bites

For a cool and refreshing snack or dessert idea, check these simple to make and oh so luscious frozen fruit and yogurt bites. Enjoy!

Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword fresh fruit, frozen fruit, frozen yogurt, frozen yogurt and fruit bites
Prep Time 10 minutes
chilling 4 hours
Servings 12 frozen bites
Calories 20 kcal
Author Pam


  • 6 ounces non fat honey or vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 10 small fresh strawberries
  • 6 - 8 tbsp Cool Whip
  • 1/2 kiwi, peeled and cut up into little pieces, leave out or add any cut up fruit of choice
  • 1 tbsp fresh orange juice, this is optional


  1. 1.In a medium bowl, mix the yogurt and the Cool Whip together along with the orange juice if using.

    2.Add some of the yogurt mixture to the molds; then add the cut up fruit (or if you’re using the whole strawberry, drop one in at this point). Fill the rest of the molds with the remaining yogurt mixture. It does not have to be level. You can make a mound on top if you’d like.

    3.Freeze for at least 4 hours.

    4.When frozen, pop bites out of the tray or mold. You might need to use a wet paper towel with warm water and hold it on the bottom of the mold to soften the bites for easy removal. The picture shows some from a Nonstick Silicone, Quick Release Ice Cube Tray and others from a Silicone Brownie and Cake Pop Mold I use these all the time! The brownie mold is great for baking too. After you take them out, store in a sealed container up to 5 days in freezer. Enjoy the cool deliciousness!  

So easy to make and oh so luscious!


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  1. Those look refreshing and delicious, though I would have to use real whipped cream instead. (I know, kind of defeats the purpose, doesn’t it?) 😉

    1. Hi Linda,
      Real whipped cream is out of this world but in this case I was really trying to keep the calories and fat way down. Believe it or not, I have a couple of recipes on the blog where I have used real whipped cream. Just a little though. LOL! Thanks for writing. Pam

    1. Well, thanks to you Angie, my version came out great. I appreciate you sharing your yummy recipe with me. The Kiwi gives it a pretty color and I think Cool Whip makes everything a little sweeter. 🙂 Pam