Frozen Berry Yogurt Bites!! Made with Annie’s Homegrown NEW Organic Whole Milk Yogurt Tubes! A delicious, fun addition to your breakfast or after school snack. Your family will love these!
Ever since returning from NYC and Dallas, it’s been non-stop preparation for the fall and the new school year. We’ve been gone for the past few weeks so now I am playing catch-up with everything I should have signed up for months ago. Ballet, girl scouts, and soccer.
Some days I feel like I am not doing anything right. Missing deadlines for Madeline’s favorite ballet class, not remembering to actually bring those school forms I filled out to school registration day. Oh yes, that was me. I know there are other parents out there who can relate. Our days have been hectic and busy and will continue to get even busier as the new school year starts.
I’m far from perfect. Like, don’t even look at our front yard. It’s a mess. I cut our hydrangeas and bring them inside to make a nice bouquet for the kitchen but that’s about it.
But where do I feel like I’m doing ok? Talking to and loving on my children, helping them grow emotionally and physically and feeding them foods I can feel good about.
As a food blogger, I constantly have breakfast, lunch and easy and healthy dinner ideas running through my head and I can’t get all of my ideas down on paper fast enough. As a mother, I try to be very selective about what I feed and give to my kids. Now, I still take my kids to Culver’s and we still eat pizza and order Chinese take-out every once in a while just like everyone else. But I do look at the ingredients list on things that I buy a little more closely and think twice about feeding my kids certain foods.
I can’t make everything homemade; especially when it comes to snacks. I just can’t. I don’t have time for that. I’m happy feeding my children cheddar bunnies, popcorn and the occasional bag of fruit snacks. Annie’s is, hands down, my kids’ favorite. For everything.
Annie’s makes cleaner versions of the foods families love. This means kids can still have all of their favorite foods, without us moms compromising on quality ingredient standards.
When we found out Annie’s came out with Organic Whole Milk Yogurt Tubes and Tubs (quart sizes), we were so excited!
Annie’s Organic Whole Milk Yogurt doesn’t compromise on taste, fun, or ingredients. And theirs is actually the only kid-focused yogurt made with certified organic whole milk and organic real fruit puree – instead of juice from concentrate. Like everything else they make, Annie’s Organic Whole Milk Yogurt Tubes, Quarts and Cups have no GMOs, no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives. They are sweetened with real organic fruit + a touch of organic cane sugar.
My kids LOVE the tubes! They are perfect right out of the tube, frozen, or used to make these frozen berry yogurt bites. Our fridge and freezer are stocked with them!
I’ve been using the Annie’s Organic Whole Milk Yogurt Quarts, available in Plain Good and Very Vanilla (and I love both flavors), in my smoothies and breakfast yogurt bowls.
Doesn’t get any better than this.
Annie’s Organic Whole Milk Yogurt tubes are the perfect back to school lunchbox addition for your little ones, and great for an easy afternoon snack! Depending on what time your child has lunch at school, here are my tips when packing yogurt tubes: freeze them, wrap the frozen tubes in aluminum foil and pack them in your child’s lunchbox. If you are concerned about the yogurt not staying cold, check out these freezable lunch bags!
Here’s to a great school year and I hope you give Annie’s yogurt and these Frozen Berry Yogurt Bites a try! To find Annie’s products near you, click here.
Frozen Berry Yogurt Bites
- 3 to 4 Annie's Homegrown Organic Whole Milk Yogurt Tubes Summer Strawberry or Berry Patch
- fresh raspberries and blueberries
- Line a mini muffin pan with mini cupcake liners. Squeeze the Annie's Homegrown Organic Whole Milk Yogurt into each liner, filling 3/4th full. Top with fresh berries and sprinkle on a little granola over each one.
- Freeze overnight and enjoy the next day!
Disclosure: This is a paid, sponsored post in partnership with Annie’s Homegrown. All opinions here are 100% my own. Thank you for supporting me in partnering with the brands that I use and love.
Gayle @ Pumpkin 'N Spice says
Your girls are the cutest, Alice! I hope they are loving back-to-school time! And these yogurt bites are such a great idea! I might make them for myself as a snack. Love your video, too!
Thank you so much, Gayle!!! and yes, these frozen berry yogurt bites are absolutely for everyone!
Dawn @ Girl Heart Food says
Your girls are just adorable!! The sweetest little smiles 🙂 Love these yogurt bites, Alice! My kinda treat. Can’t wait to try ’em ! Have a great weekend!
Thank you so much, Dawn! Yes, I hope you try them!!!
Jess @ What Jessica Baked Next says
Love this idea! These frozen berry yogurt bites look delicious, Alice! I’m always on the lookout for new healthy snacks to try and these sound great.
Thank you so much, Jess!!! I hope you try them!
Nicole Niebuhr says
I can totally relate to forgetting school forms and such! Ugh! I’m excited to try these yogurt bites as it will be 1. convenient 2. will totally curb my sweet tooth cravings! Thanks for posting this!
Of course!!!! Thank you, Nicky! I’m pretty sure we saw these at Piggly Wiggly the other day! Next to the organic milk!
your daughters are so cute Alice!! These look like the perfect snack!
Awesome, should try it with strawberried
Aaw, us moms have so much on our plate but I think your adorable girls are so lucky to have such a loving and amazing mom like you 🙂 These yogurt bites are SO pretty and adorable! I love how easy and healthy they are!
Laura | Tutti Dolci says
Adorable, I love this healthy bites!
Sarah Hong says
Love your blog and IG posts!! I just made your carrot cupcakes and they were DELICIOUS so THANK YOU!
Hi Sarah!!! Hooray!!! I’m so happy to hear that! and you are so sweet! Thank you SO much for the comment! 🙂
I love how intentional you are with your family and acknowledge that everything else that may be important has to come second. Thanks for sharing this recipe, I love the simplicity of it and no sticks!
Hi Megan, thank you so much! I really appreciate this comment!