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Fruity yogurt bites

Strawberry and orange frozen yogurt

This is a “non recipe” recipe… Let’s just say a healthy snack… also, it doesn’t need much preparation. I’ve simply used my “almost too old” leftovers of oranges and strawberries, add yogurt and there you have a nice frozen summer bite. I didn’t even bother cutting the strawberry, just put the stick through it. Just have to use your own fruits leftovers, mix it up with natural yogurt and freeze… so simple! I didn’t even add any kind of sugar, the orange juice was full of it.

Strawberry and orange frozen yogurtAs a kid, I remember going to the seasonal ice cream shop and I would always take the frozen yogurt with frozen fruits in it… I remember the machine was shaking soooo hard every time, and being so loud! It was giving “it’s all”… and eventually, would end up broken for half the summer…every precious summer… which was only 3-4 month in Quebec. So, I guess, I have that psychological lack of it… now I always keep some in the freezer for a quick snack. Also, it helps to keep your leftovers of fruits alive. If you wish to, you can add some sugar to it, then it gets a “dessert” title.

So here is the “non recipe” snack recipe.


Fruity yogurt bites

(strawberry, freshly pressed orange juice version)

Makes 3 portions

Ingredients
  • 125g (small cup) of natural yogurt
  • 3 strawberries
  • 4 tbsp of orange juice
  • *optional  1 tbsp sugar
Directions
  1. Simply add the strawberries to a small molds
  2. Add the orange juice to the molds
  3. Add the yogurt to the molds
  4. Freeze it up and voilà!

Can change the fruits mix to your needs. Enjoy on a warm day!

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