Frozen fruit bites
Makes about 14 bites or 1 ice cube tray depending on capacity.
- 150g (1 cup) soft fruit (e.g. mango, peach, berries, banana, passionfruit)
- 200g reduced fat natural or vanilla yoghurt
- Ice cube trays
- Serving cups
- Toothpick or forks
- Finely chop the fruit.
- Mix with the yoghurt.
- Spoon into ice cube moulds.
- Freeze for 1-2 hours until solid.
- Pop bites out of trays and place in a freezer container.
- Serve desired number of bites into a serving cup and provide a toothpick or fork.
- You can use fresh, frozen or canned fruit. Make a variety of different flavours. The students can then pick how many bites they want and can choose different flavours.
- The cost for ingredients will vary depending on the fruit you choose. So this costing is an estimate only.
- If you’re using shaped moulds or those made out of silicone, be careful when it comes to popping them out because they can be fragile. We recommend sitting the moulds in a little warm water for 30 seconds to help loosen them first.
|Ingredient||Cost per quantity||Quantity used||Actual cost|
|Low fat Greek yoghurt||$6.39 / 1kg||200g||$1.28|
|Fruit (based on frozen)||$4.50 / 500g||150g||$1.35|
|Toothpicks||$4.00 / 500||14||$0.01|
Recipe tester: KB August 2015