With the summer quickly approaching, I am looking for all kinds of cool or frozen treats that won’t send my kids spinning around with sugar crazed heads. I love a good snack and one that I know my kids can eat that will benefit them, so in my searching I found this idea for yogurt dots. I decided to give it a try since we had some vegan yogurt. I also had raspberry yogurt which was not pictured, that I used for the pink dots. This idea came from the blog, One Good Thing by Jillee. I have seen this recipe around, but I chose to look at her way of making them. I followed her instructions as directed.


Vegan Yogurt Dots

This recipe/idea is so great to do for those warm days that you need a snack. Its a perfect snack to minimize on the sugar intake and yet it is satisifying.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes


  • 1 container Vegan yogurt


  • Place yogurt in a Ziploc back and snip a very small portion at the end of the bag.
  • Pipe little yogurt dots on parchment paper positioned on the pan (one that can fit in the freezer).
  • Place in freezer for 30 minutes. Take out and peel dots off of parchment paper and put in a freezer safe bowl. (You will need to put leftovers back in freezer so they won't melt.


If you are wanting to make your own vegan yogurt. I suggest that you check out the recipe here at Foods for Long Life. I have made my yogurt in the past and may consider doing it again. It is very good and it doesn't have all the additives that most yogurts have. This recipe I found uses an instant pot or yogurt maker.
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