4 Quick and easy fruity frozen yogurts

Mar 1, 2014 at 12:00 a.m. ET

Frozen yogurt is a yummy snack that can be a healthy alternative to sugar-filled ice pops and fat-filled ice cream. Add a little fruit, and you have a tasty treat full of nutrients. Here are four quick and easy frozen yogurts to try.

Warning: These frozen yogurts are so tasty your kids will beg for more. From frozen yogurt pops packed with fruit to creamy frozen yogurt featuring ripe peaches as the main ingredient, these frozen yogurt recipes will leave you craving hot summer days.


Fresh fruit frozen yogurt pops

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These fresh fruit frozen yogurt pops are a great healthy treat to help your kids cool off in the summer or give your kids the taste of summer they crave during those winter months. With just vanilla yogurt, fruit and honey, these easy treats are perfect to customize based on your child's tastes. Whether you add blueberries, raspberries or pineapple, treat your family to these tasty yet healthy snacks.


Peach frozen yogurt

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Don't have an ice cream maker? No worries — this recipe teaches you how to make delicious frozen yogurt filled with juicy, ripe peaches. To make this peach frozen yogurt, use Greek yogurt for an extra boost of protein as well as sliced fresh or frozen peaches. Don't forget to enjoy this yummy dessert — it is guilt free, after all!


Almost instant frozen fruit yogurt

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Vegans rejoice! This almost instant frozen fruit yogurt calls for soy yogurt — giving vegans or those who are lactose intolerant a yummy dessert to enjoy. While peaches are a great choice, blueberries, cherries, strawberries and blackberries are other great options. Tip: If you don't serve this right away, place it back in the blender to smooth it out again.


Frozen yogurt-covered fruit pops

Frozen Yogurt Covered Fruit Pops | Sheknows.com

Want to make your kids say "WOW"? Serve them these fun frozen yogurt-covered fruit pops. These pops are packed with whole pieces of fruit and get your creative juices flowing as you mix and match fruit with toppings such as pecans, pistachios, mini chocolate chips or sprinkles. Make sure you use large freezable fruit for this recipe, such as bananas, strawberries and mango.

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