Homemade Yogurt Drops

As a mom, I know we are always looking for easy and healthy snacks for our kids.  My son is 10-months-old now and loves yogurt and he loves to feed himself.  All of you parents out there can imagine what happens when a 10-month-old baby tries to feed himself yogurt.  It’s not pretty.  He’s also a lover of those freeze-dried yogurt melts that taste like astronaut food, so I figured there had to be a way to make frozen yogurt melts out of Greek yogurt.  Little did I know it would be this easy!

Frozen Yogurt Melts

By Nora Published: March 19, 2012

  • Yield: 1 cup (6 Servings)
  • Prep: 5 mins
  • Cook: 2 hrs 0 min
  • Ready In: 2 hrs 5 mins

An easy, delicious, healthy snack for our kiddos.



  1. You will need the yogurt, a cup or mug, a spoon, a plastic baggie, scissors and wax paper.
    Step 1
  2. Place the baggie inside the cup or mug and scoop the yogurt into the baggie using a spoon.
    Step 2
  3. close the baggie and snip a corner of the bag off with the scissors.
    Step 3
  4. Gently squeeze the bag until a dollop of yogurt is on the wax paper. Repeat until all yogurt is used.
    Step 4
  5. Freeze for two hours or until frozen.
    Step 6

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  1. Hi,
    I did a google search on how to make these yogurt melts and stumbled on your blog :)
    I tried to make these a while ago but mine did not turn out. After you took yours out of the freezer did they melt or where they hard and like the store bought ones? (like the astronaut food)
    Mine would melt and go back to regular yogurt.

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