Easy Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

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Imagine biting into a creamy, tangy frozen yogurt cluster bursting with sweet, juicy strawberries. This easy Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Clusters recipe sounds too good to be true, but trust me, these dreamy chocolate covered chocolate treats are real and delicious!

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frozen chocolate covered strawberry yogurt clusters recipe

Why We Love These Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

  • Love ice cream treats but hold back because of the calories and sugar?  Look no further, because these frozen strawberry yogurt clusters are the way to go to when you’re craving a sweet, creamy frozen treat.
  • It’s the perfect treat any time of year for the whole family you can feel good about serving to your kids as well as the adults!
  • We love the healthy protein and probiotics benefits of the Greek yogurt, contributing to the overall healthiness of this yummy snack!
  • By using real strawberries, we’re making this a natural and nutritious option without artificial flavorings.
  • These chocolate strawberry yogurt clusters are a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth because it’s a super delish guilt-free treat and they’re so simple to make, you’ll want to make them all the time and the kids will be begging for them!
  • These clusters are a great replacement for unhealthy, sugary desserts.  You can make these clusters as big or as little as you want.  Even add a popsicle stick to make them a dipped ice cream bar option!

frozen chocolate covered strawberry yogurt clusters recipe

Ingredients You Need 

  • 1 1/2 cups chopped fresh strawberries, add more if you wish
  • 1 cup Vanilla Greek yogurt, can also use plain Greek yogurt, I like Chobani or Oikos with their different versions of regular, low-sugar and zero sugar options
  • Optional: 1 teaspoon light agave nectar, honey or maple syrup if you want more sweetness 
  • 1 cup milk chocolate chips, semi-sweet chocolate chips or dark chocolate chips or bar, chopped. I used 2 Lindt Chocolate Oatmilk Milk Chocolate Bars
  • 1-2 tablespoons coconut oil

How to Make Easy Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

  1. In a large bowl, add the chopped strawberries and Greek yogurt to a large bowl.  Combine thoroughly.
  2. Using a medium cookie scoop, place scoops of the Greek yogurt mixture on top of a parchment paper lined baking pan, you’ll get about 9 clusters.
  3. Transfer the yogurt clusters to the freezer so they freeze solid. They must be frozen solid so you can dip them in the melted chocolate, so either freeze about 1-2 hours or overnight.

tutorial how to make clusters

How to Melt and Dip Chocolate Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

  1. When you’re ready to dip them in chocolate, add the chocolate chunks or chocolate chips and coconut oil to a microwave-safe bowl and microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring in between each one, until the chocolate is melted.  
  2. Now it’s time to dip, so remove the frozen yogurt clusters from the freezer and dip each of the clusters separately into the melted chocolate. Use a spoon to ensure each cluster is thoroughly coated working quickly.  TIP: If for some reason your yogurt clusters are melting into the chocolate, they aren’t frozen enough or the yogurt mixture is getting too warm.  So put them back in the freezer to firm back up.
  3. Once the clusters are fully coated with chocolate, place them back on the prepared baking sheet. Add a sprinkle of sea salt once you dip them if you desire. The chocolate will harden quickly.
  4. Once they are all coated, transfer clusters back in the freezer to firm the clusters throughout for 20- 30 minutes, then bite into some yumminess!

making frozen chocolate covered strawberry yogurt clusters tutorial

Storing Frozen Yogurt Clusters

  • How to enjoy them?  Store chocolate covered yogurt clusters in the fridge for a softer consistency for an hour or so before indulging and in the freezer for a more ice cream-like sweet treat.  Enjoy on hot summer days or anytime of the year! 

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Variations & Tips

  • We used Vanilla Greek yogurt, but you could use a strawberry flavored Greek yogurt or any flavor for that matter.  Add some peanut butter to the mix and make these a rendition of peanut butter & jelly flavors!
  • Switch out the strawberries in these chocolate covered yogurt clusters with fresh blueberries, raspberries, cherries, peaches or tangerines!  Or a combination of fruits or mix-ins would also be amazing!
  • If you like a little sweetness, I love using agave nectar for my healthy syrup choice, but you can use a little honey or maple syrup to sweeten your plain yogurt if you’re not using a flavored Greek yogurt.
  • Taste the yogurt strawberry mixture before you add the sweetener, and remember these are going to be covered with chocolate.  If you use a dark chocolate, you may opt to add some sweetener.  I used Lindt Chocolate Oatmilk Milk Chocolate Bars, it’s a healthy non-dairy chocolate I’m really loving, but feel free to use any type of chocolate you wish, when it comes to choosing to melt chocolate chips or your favorite chocolate bar.
  • To make these totally vegan, use a dairy-free yogurt and chocolate, perfect for healthier options.

Easy Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

In today’s world, finding healthy and easy snack options can be a challenge. That’s where frozen chocolate strawberry yogurt clusters come in – delicious yogurt bites that satisfy both your cravings and your nutrition needs.

From the convenience of making them in your own kitchen to the versatility of adding different fruits, these clusters are a snack game-changer.

As we’ve seen, frozen strawberry yogurt clusters are a guilt-free indulgence that puts a healthy twist on a classic dessert. Give them a try, and once you try them, you’ll be making these all year round!  The perfect healthy dessert!

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Easy Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

Easy Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Clusters

Kim Lange
Imagine biting into a creamy, tangy frozen yogurt cluster bursting with sweet, juicy strawberries. This easy Frozen Strawberry Yogurt Clusters recipe sounds too good to be true, but trust me, these dreamy chocolate covered chocolate treats are real and delicious!
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Course Dessert
Servings 9 Servings
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Ingredients
  

  • 1 ½ cups chopped strawberries add more if you wish
  • 1 cup Vanilla Greek yogurt can also use plain Greek yogurt
  • Optional: 1 teaspoon agave nectar honey or maple syrup if you want more sweetness
  • 1 cup milk chocolate semi sweet or dark chocolate chips or bar, chopped. I used 2 Lindt Chocolate Oatmilk Milk Chocolate Bars
  • 2 tablespoons coconut oil

Instructions
 

  • In a large bowl, add the chopped strawberries, Greek yogurt to a large bowl. Combine thoroughly.
  • Using a medium cookie scoop, place scoops of the Greek yogurt mixture on top of a parchment paper lined baking pan, you’ll get about 9 clusters.
  • Transfer the yogurt clusters to the freezer so they freeze solid. They must be frozen solid so you can dip them in the chocolate, so either freeze about 1-2 hours or overnight.
  • When you’re ready to dip them in chocolate, add the chocolate chunks or chocolate chips and coconut oil to a microwavable bowl and microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring in between each one, until the chocolate is melted.
  • Now it’s time to dip, so remove the frozen yogurt clusters from the freezer and dip each of the clusters separately into the melted chocolate. Use a spoon to ensure each cluster is thoroughly coated working quickly. TIP: If for some reason your yogurt clusters are melting into the chocolate, they aren’t frozen enough or the yogurt mixture is getting too warm. So put them back in the freezer to firm back up.
  • Once the clusters are fully coated with chocolate, place them back on the prepared baking sheet. Add a sprinkle of sea salt once you dip them if you desire. The chocolate will harden quickly.
  • Once they are all coated, place the clusters back in the freezer to firm the clusters throughout for 20- 30 minutes.
  • How to enjoy them? Store chocolate covered yogurt clusters in the fridge for a softer consistency and in the freezer for a more ice cream-like treat. So good!
Keyword chocolate, clusters, Greek yogurt, healthy, strawberry
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