Do you wanna build a snowman? I do! Right now! It’s so hot, Olaf would be melting in my house! We don’t have the luxury of air conditioning in the country we live in. Don’t get me started on how it’s 2015 and I have to suffer through 100 degree heat when AC has been invented! I don’t want to cook. I don’t want to move. I do want to sit in my deep freezer like it’s a pool.
I wish I had Olaf sitting beside me with his flurry cloud, but instead I decided to make something my kids would like and that got me in and out of the kitchen super quick.Whether it’s Snow White or the Snow Queen, I love to tie in these fun tales into nutrition. These were so much fun for my daughter and the perfect activity to get my kids involved with healthy food. Yogurt + Blueberries = YUM!
Don’t miss my free printable recipe cards below that you can download. These are perfect for a party, cooking class, or healthy demo.
- 1 or 2 small containers of blueberries
- 1 - 2 (8 ounce) containers of vanilla yogurt (You can use Greek or any variety you choose)
- Rinse blueberries and set aside.
- Place parchment paper on a cookie sheet.
- Using a toothpick, dip blueberries in yogurt, coating well.
- Place on cookie sheet, spacing the snowballs apart.
- When the sheet is full, place in the freezer.
- Serve when the snowballs are frozen.
Download Elsa’s FROZEN Blueberry Snowballs for your recipe file or educational use.
Disclaimer: I do consult with the US Highbush Blueberry Council but this post is not in association with them. All recipes, opinions, and creativity is all my own.