Frozen yoghurt berry bites

This healthier twist on chocolate covered strawberries is a fun snack to have in the freezer during the warmer months.
Berries coated in frozen yoghurt and sprinkled with nuts

If these frozen yoghurt berry bites are a hit with the family, branch out to other fruits like mango or pineapple chunks. Use any leftover yoghurt for breakfast or eat it as a delicious snack.




Place all berries, separated in a single layer, on two baking-paper lined trays; freeze for 30 minutes.


Process Natvia in a spice grinder until consistency of icing sugar.


Combine yoghurt, powdered Natvia, vanilla seeds and 1/3 cup of the pistachios in a medium bowl. Add 1/2 cup of the frozen raspberries to the bowl, crush against the side of the bowl with a wooden spoon; mix well.


Using a toothpick, dip frozen berries, one at a time into the yoghurt mixture. Gently shake off excess yoghurt and place berries on lined trays, making sure they don’t touch; remove toothpicks. Freeze coated berries for 3 hours until coating is set. Cover remaining yoghurt mixture; refrigerate.


Repeat, dipping coated berries in remaining yoghurt mixture for a second coat; lightly sprinkle with remaining pistachios. Freeze for 4 hours or overnight until frozen. Store in an airtight container in the freezer for up to two weeks.

Nativia is sweetener made from Stevia and Erythritol.

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