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Blend the yogurt, 1 cup (125g) of raspberries, honey and vanilla in a blender until smooth. Pour into the muffin wells over the granola. Place the remaining raspberries on top of the yogurt, pressing them gently to partially submerge them.

Return the muffin pan to freezer and freeze. Put granola and berries into bottom of cupcake holders that are in cupcake pan. Pour Greek yogurt on top of granola and berries until the cupcake holder is filled. Top with more berries & granola.

Put in freezer until completely frozen. In a mini muffin pan, layer just over half of the granola. Divide berries evenly on top of the granola. Spoon a Tablespoon of yogurt into each cup. Tap the muffin pan on the counter a few times to remove air pockets.

Sprinkle remaining granola on top. Cover and freeze for at least 3 hours. In a bowl stir together plain and raspberry yogurts. Line a muffin tin with muffin liners (paper or silicone are fine). Sprinkle 2 teaspoons of granola on the bottom of each cup.

Add 1-2 raspberries (if using big ones, just break into pieces). Spoon yogurt evenly amongst cups. Top with remaining granola clusters and raspberries. Place yogurt in a small mixing bowl.

Add honey and lemon juice, stirring to combine. Place paper liners in a 12-count mini-muffin pan. Divide yogurt mixture evenly among 12.

Fill each cavity in the French Tartelette Pan with a small amount of granola mixture to fill the bottom and press down. Add yogurt of choice over the granola until the cavities are filled. Top with sliced strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries. Freeze overnight for best results.

For Bites: In a bowl, whisk together the Greek yogurt, milk, and honey until the mixture is pourable but not runny. Gently fold in the jam so a swirl remains throughout the yogurt, or if you prefer, mix completely together. Line 2 mini muffin pans with 24 liners (foil liners work best, but paper works in a pinch). Frozen Yogurt Granola Bites work great as a snack or even breakfast. These bites mix together yogurt, granola, honey and fresh fruit to create a frozen treat the kids will think is dessert.

Prep Time 10 minutes Total Time 10 minutes. Dip yoghurt bites in chocolate coating, (I found a fork worked well) roll around a few times so each piece is well coated. Remove and place on baking paper lined tray. Pop tray back into the freezer to set.

This wont take long at all and the frozen bites will start to. Wipe the top clean to remove any excess yogurt with a damp paper towel. You can also place the yogurt in a zip top bag and cut off the tip to make it easier to fill the cups. Freeze for 3 hours, or until frozen.

Place yogurt bites in a zip top bag or freezer.

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Layer ½ cup yogurt on top of the granola.

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Using four 16-ounce glasses, spoon ¼ cup yogurt-honey mixture into each glass, then top with ⅓ cup berries, followed by 2 tablespoons granola.

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When the granola has fully cooled, use your hands to crumble it up into small chunks.

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At room temperature, they can be very crumbly (but you can enjoy the crumbs by the spoonful or as a tasty topping for yogurt or oatmeal).

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My son Sam likes to eat these for breakfast so I make a batch and freeze them.

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  • Sadie, first I love watching you, I have many of your things, amazing!! This granola is the best ever. I didn’t have cranberries but I had freeze dried blueberries that I used. (Does anyone know how to get cranberries dried that do not have a ton of sugar added?) anyway, I’ve been making us yogurt parfaits with this granola, but we poured unsweetened almond over it and had it for breakfast, it’s the yummiest granola cereal ever!! Thank you Sadia for all of your meals.

  • I made this. I kept what was left in the freezer but it was too cold to eat. So i thought i could store it in the refrigiator and the yoghurt melted so it wasn’t a bar anoymore but just yoghurt. Any tips on that?

  • I’ve just made the granola….yuuummmo. the kids love it too ��!!! I’m going to make the frozen breakfast bar now…do you think I could swap chia seeds for flax as I’m out? Can I also just say how much you exude kindness in your videos…thanks so much for all you do xxx

  • It’s very good channel and thanks to making this type of recipes, which is very healthy and looking yum. I want more cooking ideas for kids. All the best for your up comming videos.☺️

  • What has the world come to… “that kid was fat no wonder why”. Are you playing, or you actually that dumb? xD If so, I feel so sorry for you.

  • Fun fact: coconut sugar actually comes from the coconut palm, not the coconut itself, so that delicious taste is more akin to molasses than toasted coconut.:)

  • Hi. This is the best tasting granola I’ve made so far, so thank you ♥. Have you got a tip how I can get the tahini smooth(er). Would it be okay to heat it up a bit? Because it’s never runny when I buy it, so I’m quite surprised that yours is. Every time I buy it (I’m in the Netherlands too) it’s hard like cement and it’s always a struggle to get it out of the jar. So any tips you have for me to make it easier to use would be welcome.

  • Parks and Rec references? Delicious looking (and presumably tasting) food? Safe ways to get out your anger? What more do you want, America? Jen for president 20whenever.

  • I wish I could find a recipe for yogurt bark that didn’t need to be frozen, that could be an on the go snack item. But still loved this video.

  • I tried the yogurt bars good recipe i used muesli instead of rolled oats for the base i just wish id add little bit of sweetener to the yogurt it would have been way more delicious ��

  • Excellent! Very fun video as always. I love the breaking it up sequence, funny as hell! That spoon hitting the counter…drama! LOL Looks like an easy fun recipe too and the coconut sugar gives it some taint, I mean tint…

  • I randomly found this channel…like woah dude… you’re so pretty, this video, the food photography, your clothes, the kitchen, the whole aesthetic.

  • My daughter and I love watching your videos! She asked to watch a cooking show the other day so I turned on a random one. She looked so confused and said “different cooking show” (she’s 2) and I turned on yours and she goes “cooking show!” We only watch your channel for food videos so she knows what’s up ��

  • The plants on her videos always get me. I have over 100 plants, but most of them are small. I can’t wait until they are all trailing down from the ceiling like hers.

  • Hola..
    Que tal, yo los sigo desde México..
    Me encanta su pagina, pero me gustaría si se puede que pongan su títulos en español x que no se mucho inglés… ��
    Saludos.. ��

  • “Oh my God, holy shit, are you kidding me, yes, looks so f-ing good” are the sorts of things that came out of my mouth watching this. Equally for the delicious factor and the healthy factor. Plus the reasonably easy to find ingredients and reasonably easy steps. Like eating at a fantastic, popular vegan restaurant but at home. You so deserve every subscriber you have, Pick Up Limes. Off to the grocery store!!

  • I just made these, I cant wait until there done. Also these americans sizes really mess things up. We use grams where I live and I think i just used the half of the yoghurt you used, so fingers crossed �� Could you put the ingredients in the discription, makes grocery shopping easier:)

  • Thank you for sharing this awesome recipe! I will try it once my fridge is empty… I envy your spacious and beautiful kitchen, and just like someone mentioned below, I would like to have your positive energy!

  • Watching from Italy. I don’t have all the ingredients right now,I’m missing the Greek yogurt but I have something else that’s close to expiring so I’m gonna use that. And instead of the strawberries and berries (I don’t have any right now) I’m gonna use some cereals �� thanks for the recipe,really cool

  • I tried out the samosa sweet potato and tofu scramble wraps. Although I love the channel I was particularly unhappy with the results. I used all the ingredients and followed all direction perfectly. The food was bland and didn’t taste very good either.

  • I made the granola for my duagrher who recently went vegan and it was so good. It didn’t even last the week because the whole house loved it. Thank you so much

  • I’m not vegan (not sure it’s a good idea to say this on a vegan channel), but your content have helped me enjoy a wider variety of food. All three recipes in this videos are mouth-watering. The granola one seems absolutely delicious, but I don’t think I can trust myself in eating this in moderation especially since it’s rather high in calories (why are you high in calories tahini, why???).

    I did, however, try out the frozen yogurt bars, and they were sensational! I did it again, but decided to make it a “tropical” version with frozen mangos and pineapple. I topped with coconut flakes. It was delicious.

    Thank you for sharing this.

  • So I tried this and I mean honestly, it’s as simple as it seems but not that they’re made I don’t see how they’re going to last because staying in the freezer they are rock solid now �� I’ll have to let it set for a few minutes before eating… also, beware the brain freeze with these things ��

  • I agree on the fact that you do spent your money on this, so make every drop count! Lick everything from the bowl!

    And that dramatic rage at the end is so fun lol.