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Beat the Heat with Homemade Frozen Yogurt Cups

Beat the Heat with Homemade Frozen Yogurt Cups

Words Veronica Chan

These two-ingredient frozen yogurt cups are a simple and impressive treat to serve guests or kids in the sweltering summertime. Read on to find out how to make them.

The best part? Frozen yogurt cups are as easy to prepare as they are to eat—at home or on the go. Better yet, since they’re frozen, they’re great for making ahead of time and keep in the freezer for up to 2 weeks. They’re perfect for parties or even just a delicious and healthy treat to have on hand for hungry kiddos (and adults).

While our Silicone Baking Cups are designed to fit into muffin pans, we discovered they’re also perfect molds for frozen yogurt cups. Plus, get more ideas for creative things to make with your silicone baking cups.

Let your kids help scoop the yogurt in and choose their favorite fruits to make it a fun, summer activity. Looking for more treats kids can help make? Get our best recipes and tips for baking with kids. Prefer ice cream to froyo? Learn how to make ice cream without a machine.

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Frozen Yogurt Cups

Yields: 12 cups

Ingredients

1 cup plain yogurt (you can use flavored yogurt for a twist)

1¼ cup chopped assorted fruits (we used strawberries, blueberries and blackberries)

Instructions

  1. On a baking sheet lay out 12 silicone muffin cups. Scoop yogurt into each cup.
  2. Place a few pieces of fruit into each cup, pressing them down into the yogurt. Place the tray of cups into the freezer and freeze until the yogurt is firm.
  3. Once frozen, pop out the cups and serve or place into an airtight container or plastic bag and store in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.

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Veronica Chan
By Veronica Chan

Veronica Chan is part of OXO's Brand Communications team. She hopes to one day open a free range chinchilla farm which will include a petting zoo for the kids and maybe balloons.

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