Recipes: Toddler Yogurt Melts by Happy Family Blog

Yogurt Melts

I hate wasting food.  Between my love of Costco and a toddler who likes to graze throughout the day I am always looking for creative ways to repurpose food. These yogurt melts are ideal when you over but on yogurt or have a half eaten cup of yogurt. 

What you need

  • Yogurt
  • Small ziplock bag
  • Sizzors
  • Parchment paper 

Step 1

Measure out a piece of parchment paper.  Fill the ziplock bag with the yogurt and the cut off one edge.  

Step 2

Squeeze the yogurt onto the parchment paper.  And then place in the freezer for 20-30 minutes.


Step 3

Take out and enjoy.  If there are any left out them into a Tupperware and save in the freezer. 


8 thoughts on “Yogurt Melts

    1. Let me know how they turn out. Love the idea of yogurt and dry cereal. Cannot wait to try it and the Orange jello recipe makes me wish we made not made the only box of orange jello we have in the house. Back to publix.

      1. Will do! If you have any other flavors of Jello they work too. Orange is really yummy- like a Dreamsicle though 😉 Let me know what you think!

  1. We made these today and they were awesome! They were so easy and so quick to make and the kids LOVED them! I had to put a limit on them, the kids couldn’t eat them fast enough. Thank you for making me Mom of The Year today according to my kids!!

    1. You made my day. Glad they were such a hit. There is nothing better than an easy recipe that kids love, still cannot believe how simple they are to make. This week I tried it with Apple sauce and other fruit options from a squeeze pouch and Bailey loved them as well. Have a great night.

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