How to Make Your Own Coconut Yogurt Bites

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These yogurt bites are made from dairy-free coconut yogurt and fresh, seasonal fruit for a yummy frozen treat.

All you need for this easy, freezer-friendly snack is coconut yogurt and fruit. This recipe uses blueberries and raspberries to create two separate flavors, but you can experiment with other fruit combinations like mango or strawberry.

To make these bites, use a high-speed blender to mix the yogurt and fruit until completely combined. Dollop the mixture into quarter-sized bites and freeze overnight.

The trickiest part of this recipe is transferring the coconut yogurt mixture to the baking sheet without the mixture getting runny.

To ensure this doesn’t happen, freeze the baking sheet for 20 minutes prior to making them, and place a large ice pack underneath the baking sheet to keep it cool while you assemble the bites. This process ensures the mixture stays firm, and will freeze nicely.

Serve the coconut yogurt bites as a cool party treat, pop them as a snack, or add them to smoothies!

Tip: This recipe doesn’t use any added sweetener, but if you want to add some, be sure to substitute with something sticky to ensure the bites hold together. Maple syrup would be too runny, but a ½ tablespoon honey or coconut sugar would work fine.

Coconut Yogurt Bites

Recipe by Megan Olson

These yogurt bites are made from dairy-free coconut yogurt and fresh, seasonal fruit for a yummy frozen treat.


  • Food processor or blender
  • Piping bag
  • Baking sheet
  • Parchment paper
  • Freezer-friendly container


  • 1 cup coconut yogurt, divided
  • ½ cup blueberries
  • ½ cup raspberries


For the Blueberry Bites: In a food processor or blender, combine ½ cup coconut yogurt with the blueberries. Process until the blueberries are fully broken down and combined. Swipe down the sides, process again, then transfer the mixture to a bowl and cover.

For the Raspberry Bites: Wash out the blender, and combine the remaining coconut yogurt with raspberries. Repeat the same process above and transfer the mixture to a separate bowl.

Place both bowls in the refrigerator. At the same time, place a small baking sheet in the freezer. Chill for 20 minutes.

Take out the yogurt mixtures, and place each flavor in 2 separate piping bags; line the baking sheet with parchment paper. If you have one, put an ice pack underneath the baking sheet.

Using the piping bags, squeeze out 12 drops per bag ( 24 total), each drop about 1 inch wide.

Place in the freezer for at least 3 hours.

Remove bites from the parchment paper and place in a freezer-friendly container. Enjoy immediately, or store in the freezer for up to a month.

Watch this video – Easy Frozen Yogurt Bites

Written by Megan Olson

Author Bio:

Megan is the author of the gluten free website, Skinny Fitalicious where she creates easy, low calorie recipes. Megan is also a nutrition practitioner specializing in weight loss. When she’s not in the kitchen or coaching clients, she’s in the gym teaching group fitness. To view more of her work, visit Skinny Fitalicious.

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