Frozen Vanilla-Yogurt Covered Organic Strawberries

FREEEDDOMMM! Today is officially my first day of summer vacation. After a long week of final exams, my bike getting stolen, and almost losing my website (backup your files!!), I am ready for some relaxation in the sun. I made these frozen vanilla yogurt-covered organic strawberries the other day in celebration of the beginning of summer. Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits. They are a refreshing and healthy snack! Some tips: the double coat is a must, and don’t freeze them too long unless you want to bite into a rock. These might not make the best dessert or appetizer for a dinner party, since once out of the freezer they tend to get a little messy. Toothpicks should be very helpful. What are your plans for the summer?? XoXo

Frozen Vanilla-Yogurt Covered Organic Strawberries
Recipe Type: Snack
Prep time: 90 mins
Total time: 1 hour 30 mins
Ingredients
  • Fresh organic strawberries
  • Vanilla yogurt
  • Wax paper
Instructions
  1. Wash and slice heads off of the desired amount of strawberries. [img src=”http://mysanfranciscokitchen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/stw.jpg” /]
  2. Dip into vanilla yogurt and place flat-side down onto a small baking tray that will fit in your freezer lined with wax paper. [img src=”http://mysanfranciscokitchen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/frozenstrawberry1.jpg” /]
  3. Insert toothpicks if desired.
  4. Freeze for 30 minutes, then remove from the freezer and dip again for a second coat. [img src=”http://mysanfranciscokitchen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/frozenstrawberry2.jpg” /]
  5. Freeze for about 1 hour. You can test with your finger to see how hard they are-remember not to freeze too long since they might be too hard to eat that way. [img src=”http://mysanfranciscokitchen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/frozenstrawberry3.jpg” /]
  6. Remove from freezer and enjoy! [img src=”http://mysanfranciscokitchen.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/frozenstrawberrybite.jpg” /]

 
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13 comments

  1. devany says:

    I like these! These look like ichigo daifuku, where fresh strawberries are wrapped in azuki bean paste and mochi. I will definitely have to try these!

  2. Lala says:

    This looks like heaven and so good for you too! Strawberries is one of the things we always get when we visit San Francisco. Love what Anna mentioned too!!

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