Afternoon Snack: Yogurt Covered Strawberries

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Afternoon Snack: Dip Strawberries in yogurt & freeze, and you get this amazing snack.

Don’t these look so delightful? When I saw the photos of these snack here, I had to made them. My thick homemade yogurt (always have a tub in my fridge) is perfect for these delightful snack. Check out how easy to make homemade yogurt here.

♥ Dip the strawberries in vanilla yogurt (add some vanilla essence into the plain yogurt), place them on a parchment paper and freeze for about 30 minutes to 1 hour. (To get thicker yogurt, drain yogurt with a muslin bag and hang to drip for 2-3 hours in the fridge. What’s left in the muslin bag is thick yogurt like the greek yogurt).
  
♥ If you prefer a thicker layer of yogurt, dip the frozen strawberries in the yogurt for a 2nd layer and freeze again. Repeat again for a 3rd layer.

♥ Voila: Yogurt-covered strawberries!

In case you haven’t already noticed, strawberries have a natural heart shape. Even though you might have been bombarded with valentine overload by now, you might as well take in another cute heart shape image. And check out the amazing arrays of romantic, aphrodisiac, swoon-inducing recipes at Katherine Martinelli’s Valentine Blog Hop.

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16 Comments

  1. Pretty good tips on yoghurt covered strawberries i was just looking to it to make my kids happy.I can send it for their lunch in school.Thank you

  2. So cool! Just wondering though, how long will these stay frozen after you take them out of the freezer?

  3. How do you store them? do you leave them in the freezer or in the fridge?

  4. They look great. It will be a great recipe to try out especially at places like weddings and anniversaries. Thanks for sharing.

  5. That is a good combination. Yoghurt and strawberries. I would like to have that some time. Nice.

  6. How pretty these are! I am allergic to strawberries but always find them so lovely :)
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  7. Yogurt covered strawberries?! That’s a first :) What a delish creative recipe :)
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  8. Wow! This is an excellent idea! My kids will surely love this covered strawberry with yogurt. Thanks for sharing this idea..
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  9. This is such a great idea!! As a kid yogurt raisins were my favorite – I think this will be a new favorite.

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