Kid Friendly Yogurt Snacks

Grab these delicious and easy to make kid friendly yogurt snacks. Recipes are filled of healthy ingredients to keep little mouths feeling full!

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Yogurt makes for such a healthy and delicious snack for kids of all ages. Enjoy it for breakfast, snacks or even dessert for a creamy and delicious treat. Rich in nutrients and easy to digest, these kid-friendly yogurt snacks are simple and easy to make and your little ones will love them!

Variety of berry and yogurt snacks with tub of Stonyfield yogurt

We use Stonyfield Organic Yogurt to make all of these snacks because my kids love its taste and texture and I love that it’s organic with probiotics. Many kid-friendly snacks pair well with their vanilla whole milk yogurt, which is sweetened with organic cane sugar and actually contains live active probiotic cultures!

If you’re looking for new snack ideas for kids, try one of the recipes below that are mostly sweet, but we tossed in a savory one, too! They’re all visually fun for kids and promote lots of color and nutrition in snacking!

yogurt snack recipes to try

Plate of frozen yogurt bark
Dessert, Snack

Frozen Yogurt Bark

Simple and quick to make, this frozen yogurt bark is the perfect summer treat. Topped with fresh berries and crunchy granola, it's a perfect hot weather snack.
 
3 hours 10 minutes
5 from 12 votes
Peanut butter jelly yogurt in a bowl topped with strawberries and peanuts
Breakfast, Dessert, Snack

Peanut Butter Jelly Yogurt

Simple and easy to make with 3 ingredients, this peanut butter jelly yogurt is a perfect kid-friendly snack, or enjoy it for breakfast or dessert!
 
5 minutes
5 from 2 votes
2 cups of yogurt chia parfait topped with blueberries and strawberries
Breakfast, Dessert, Snack

Yogurt Chia Pudding

Simple and quick to make, this yogurt chia pudding is perfect for an easy healthy snack. Layered with yogurt, chia seeds and fresh berries.
 
10 minutes
5 from 17 votes
Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip on a plate with fruit and wafers for dippings
Snack

Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip

This Chocolate Peanut Butter Dip is made with only five ingredients in just 5 minutes. It's easy, healthy and great for dipping with fruits
 
5 minutes
5 from 9 votes
Three yogurt waffles on a plate with toppings added on top and fork on plate
Breakfast

Yogurt Chaffles

Quick and easy to make, these keto yogurt chaffles are loaded with protein to keep you feeling full til lunch. Finish with your favorite toppings!
 
9 minutes
5 from 17 votes

Tips for making snacks with yogurt

  1. Use an organic yogurt that contains probiotics and whole milk. Full fat yogurts help to keep you feeling full and are rich in calcium and nutrients. It’s especially important for kids to get those nutrients in between meals.
  2. Change up the flavors. Vanilla or plain yogurt will work great with all of these kid-friendly snacks. For variety, try adding warm spices like cinnamon, jams, honey, maple syrup or even herbs like chives for more savory snacks.
  3. Use for baby-led weaning. Yogurt is great for babies and children older than 6 months. Its creamy and smooth texture makes it easy for little mouths and it’s loaded with calcium and protein.
  4. Mix up the toppings and textures. It’s so easy to make tasty kid-friendly snacks with yogurt. Add different ingredients like fresh berries, granola, nuts and seeds. This adds dimension to the yogurt as a snack and makes it feel like something new each time!
Stonyfield yogurt with yogurt chia pudding

video tutorial

other yogurt snack ideas

  • Freezer yogurt that comes in a tube. You can freeze a whole batch or freeze one at a time one hour before enjoying. It’s a cool treat for the summer.
  • Add yogurt to smoothies. For an extra creamy smoothie recipe, try adding plain or vanilla yogurt to the mix. It adds a rich source of protein, creates a smooth texture and is perfect if you’re running low on milk.
  • Swap milk in the morning for yogurt. Instead of enjoying cereal with milk, try serving it with vanilla yogurt. It has more protein per cup as compared to milk and it makes it fun to switch it up.
  • Use a drip bottle to create yogurt dots. These can be tedious to make, but are a fun activity for the kids and they’re super fun to eat afterwards.

Yogurt is such a great kid-friendly snack and these delicious recipes are so easy to make. Your little ones will love the creamy texture and you’ll love that they are getting the goodness that they need.

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Variety of berry and yogurt snacks with tub of Stonyfield yogurt

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