Skip to content

Frozen Yogurt Covered Strawberries

    The ultimate summer snack or dessert, whole strawberries are coated in creamy, whole milk vanilla yogurt then frozen until firm. Perfect for keeping cool!

    Frozen Yogurt Coated Strawberries Recipe

    School is FINALLY out for summer and we couldn’t be more excited!

    Stonyfield Yogurt Pouches

    We go until mid-June here in Michigan and for the first time ever we are starting back up in mid-August so our mission is to make the most of one of the shortest summers we have ever had to date. 

    Frozen Yogurt Coated Strawberries Recipe

    Of course, in my house, that means we will also need plenty of healthy snacks to keep us cool and fueled all summer long. (You like that? Cool and fueled?)

    Liz Making Yogurt Covered Frozen Strawberries

    These frozen yogurt covered strawberries are so easy to make and even more fun to eat. You simply place the Stonyfield Smooth & Creamy Whole Milk French Vanilla Yogurt in a bowl then, holding each strawberry by the stem, swirl to coat.

    Frozen Yogurt Strawberries Recipe

    Place them on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and pop them in the freezer. About an hour later you’ll have a cool, refreshing sweet treat perfect for kids and adults alike.

    Frozen Yogurt Coated Strawberries with Stonyfield

    Pro Tip: If you’re packing these for a picnic, place in a cooler with plenty of freezer packs. If I’m out of freezer packs, I’ll throw in a few Stonyfield yogurt pouches that I’ve kept frozen in the freezer.

    Pouches for Summer Stonyfield

    What’s great about keeping the Stonyfield yogurt pouches in the freezer is that by the time your little one is ready for a snack during your summer adventures, they will have thawed just enough to enjoy.

    Stonyfield Frozen Yogurt Coated Berries

    Not only are these yogurt pouches made with 100% organic milk, but they also contain 35% less sugar than the leading kids’ yogurt.

    Stonyfield Yogurt Summer Pouches

    Ideal for picnics, road trips, camping and more – I’m pretty sure we never have enough Stonyfield yogurt pouches on hand.

    Frozen Yogurt Coated Strawberries Recipe

    What are your favorite portable snacks for summer adventures? Leave a comment below, I’d love to hear from you!

    No forks required.

    Frozen Yogurt Coated Strawberries Recipe

    Frozen Yogurt Coated Strawberries

    4.75 stars average
    The ultimate summer snack or dessert, whole strawberries are coated in creamy vanilla yogurt then frozen until firm. Perfect for keeping cool!
    PREP: 15 mins
    Freezing Time 1 hr
    TOTAL: 15 mins
    Servings: 8


    • 16 whole strawberries
    • 2 cups Stonyfield Smooth & Creamy Whole Milk French Vanilla Yogurt


    • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and pat the washed strawberries dry with a paper towel.
    • Place yogurt in a small bowl and dip the strawberries carefully in the yogurt to coat, holding by the stem. Place in a single layer on prepared baking sheet and repeat with remaining strawberries.
    • Freeze strawberries until firm, about one hour. Optional: coat a second time to get a thicker coating of frozen yogurt around the berries. 


    Keep frozen until you’re ready to serve.


    Serving: 2berriesCalories: 144kcalCarbohydrates: 30gProtein: 4gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 43mgPotassium: 574mgFiber: 5gSugar: 22gVitamin A: 60IUVitamin C: 169.9mgCalcium: 151mgIron: 1.2mg

    SHOW AND TELL ON INSTAGRAM!Show me your creation and rate it below! Mention @thelemonbowl or tag #thelemonbowl! I would LOVE to see!

    Disclosure: I am honored to be a Stonyfield Brand Ambassador. Thank you for supporting the brands that make The Lemon Bowl possible. All thoughts are my own.

    For more healthy recipes, follow my Pinterest board!


    Liz DellaCroce

    Liz Della Croce is the creator and author of The Lemon Bowl, a healthy food blog. Since 2010, Liz has been sharing delicious recipes that just so happen to be healthy. By using real ingredients with an emphasis on seasonality, Liz has built a growing audience of loyal readers who crave good food for their families. Click Here To Subscribe to my newsletter:


    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Your feedback is important to us. Rate what you thought of this.

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.