Kid-Friendly Frozen Greek Yogurt Drops

Look- a random Saturday post! The giveaway is still open through Sunday, but I also wanted to share our new favorite dessert snack! Frozen Greek yogurt drops! We made them Thursday morning on my Thinking Outside the Lunchbox segment on FOX News Rising.


They are easy to make and taste like dessert. I’ve been giving Hailey a handful or so at the end of her meals and she always mmm’s her way through them and asks for more. These are one treat I don’t mind her eating until she’s had her fill.

All you need is Greek yogurt, a cookie sheet, ziplock bags and a freezer.

kid friendly frozen yogurt drops- materials

Spoon the yogurt into the bag. Squeeze the air out and zip it shut. With scissors, cut off the corner tip of the bag to create a small hole.

kid friendly frozen yogurt drops- cut the tip

Then squeeze out your drops!

kid friendly frozen yogurt drops- squeeze

Freeze for at least an hour, then scrape off the tray and enjoy! For storing, keep them in an airtight bag or rinse out the container they came in and use plastic wrap.

kid friendly frozen yogurt drops- store

The best part of these treats is you can choose your favorite flavors. We did Cabot’s vanilla bean Greek yogurt plain, for Hailey, and with dark chocolate chips for the adults.

kid friendly frozen yogurt drops- peanut butter chobani banana

I used our favorite dip combo of Chobani’s banana Greek yogurt and peanut butter to create creamy little dessert bites.

But Hailey’s favorite so far has been Cabot’s strawberry Greek yogurt drops, both with and without sprinkles.

frozen greek yogurt drops- strawberry

Now off to play at the farmers market. Have a wonderful Saturday!



  1. says

    Hi Brittany, great post! I’m just starting to get my act together by making a concerted effort to eat healthy. However lol like most women I still have a little sweet tooth that needs feeding haha this is a great idea, nice healthy little frozen yogurt treats. Never seen them before, so I will be giving them a go and I’ll report back. Thanks for taking the time to share your insights. Love Sarah x
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  2. Jodi says

    Where did you ge the Cabot Greek yogurt? I am in a yogurt rut w Avery, she has always loved yogurt and now she will only occ eat the yo baby blueberry when I pack it on school days. I tried the chobani banana / peanut butter mix and she ate all the Graham crackers, but wouldn’t touch the dip!? Grrrrr… Maybe Cabot would be a better option. I am always open to new ideas and brands!

  3. Elizabeth says

    I just gave my son the store bought yogurt melts and knew I had read of a home made version. Perfect timing!! Enjoy our weekend

  4. Amber @ Mommy's Me Time says

    You have the best ideas! I am seriously so thankful for your blog and the fun ideas you have for healthy kid food. Keep them coming!

  5. says

    I made these today and they were a big hit with our 2.5 year old and I thought they were delicious too. I love all the variations you could do too. I am from the land of Cabot(Vermont!) and so it was easy to find the yogurt which was so yummy. Thanks for the great idea!

    • Brittany Dixon says

      You certainly could try it! Regular yogurt tends to be runnier than Greek, so I’m not sure the drop shape would hold up as well. Perhaps try making them smaller? Or you could blend the yogurt first with bananas or xanthan gum to try and thicken it, then make the drops!
      If you try it- please let me know!

      • dawn says

        Do these melt quickly? I would like to do this for me while at school for between classes but just wondered if they will melt and I’ll have a bag of yougurt.

        • Brittany Dixon says

          They do melt quickly and are best eaten within 15 minutes of taking them out of the freezer!


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