How to make frozen yogurt hearts - fun and easy snack for kids on Valentines Day - Eats Amazing UK
Frozen Yogurt Hearts
Prep Time
5 mins

These cute frozen yogurt hearts have just 2 simple ingredients and make a fun and easy Valentine's Day snack for kids! Customise with your favourite yogurt flavours and Valentine's themed sprinkles.

Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: Valentines Day, Vegetarian
Author: Grace Hall
  • 200 g raspberry or strawberry yogurt
  • pink sprinkles
  • red sprinkles
  • heart shapes silicone mould
  1. Drop small spoonfuls of yogurt into each section of a heart shaped silicone mould.  Smooth over the tops, then tap the mould gently on the table to bring any air bubbles to the top.
  2. Using a piece of damp kitchen paper, clean away any excess yogurt from the edges of the mould.
  3. Scatter pink and red sprinkles over the top of each yogurt heart.
  4. Place the mould in the freezer for a couple of hours until the shapes are frozen solid, then pop them out onto a plate or bowl to serve.
  5. If you find that the yogurt is too hard to eat straight from the freezer, leave on the plate at room temperature for a few minutes to soften before serving.
Recipe Notes

Note: You can cover any spare shapes left in the mould with clingfilm to keep them fresh and pop the mould back into the freezer until you need them.