Friday, August 17, 2012

FROZEN Yogurt Blueberries!

This is so not my idea but I tried it today and LOVED it! First off, if you know me or have read any of my earlier food posts, you know I love Greek yogurt. Actually I love frozen yogurt even better so when I saw this I was almost giddy to try it. Two of my favorite foods all wrapped into one.

Here it goes: First off, considering my busy week at work I really didn't have the time to roll each blueberry into the yogurt so I opted for the non-presentation look.

Take your frozen blueberries (Yep, I picked mine fresh.)

Add some Greek Yogurt.....
And stir.
Spread blueberries on a cookie sheet that has been lined with wax paper and place in the freezer to chill.
Serve and eat!

Who cares if they didn't look like the ones in the magazine. They were quick, easy, and OH SO gooooood!

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  1. Those look really good! It seems every magazine that I pick up is going on about how amazingly healthy blueberries are. This would be a fun way to snack on some!

  2. They look very good- I just ate a cup of frozen blueberries a few hours ago and I bet they would have been even better with yogurt on them!

  3. I learned this trick at Weight Watchers last year, and I have to agree it is soooo AWESOME! It hits the spot on a hot day. During the winter I add frozen blueberries to my oatmeal to cool it down.

  4. It’s even more fun when you do all the work, including picking the fruits, right? Anyway, you’ve got some healthy favorites, huh? Yogurt is a healthy food choice that can help in improving one’s digestion. On the other hand, blueberries, as part of the berry family, are rich in fiber and are good antioxidants.

    Joseph Carr

  5. See nutritional facts, and prices of frozen blueberries from grocery stores at