Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Bites

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I made these things.

In basically 5 minutes.  I promise you.

 

They are the funnest.

A while back I got this amazing box full of Chobani yogurt.  Since then I have had so much fun playing with yogurt in recipes…

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And honestly since yogurt is one of our favorite snacks here, I thought making something yogurt-ish that we could grab and eat with our hands would be extra fun.

We’re all about hand-eating over here.

 

Enter these Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Bites.

They’re so simple, and totally yummy.  Plus you could mix and match the flavors to make everyone happy…AND they’re loaded with protein from the yogurt and fat free!

I mean, that is unless you top them with whipped cream, which I did.  And also a piece of candy….guilty again.

Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Bites | Cookies and Cups

Here’s what you do…

Grab some yogurt and a pack of Jello.
 photo IMG_8432_zpsfea19d41.jpgMix 1 1/2 cups of vanilla yogurt with one pack of Orange Jello.
 photo IMG_8442_zpsc861ac49.jpgStir that together and then microwave it for 2 minutes, stirring after each minute…you want to dissolve the sugar.
 photo IMG_8458_zps52f685db.jpgThen scoop the mixture into cupcake liners…
 photo IMG_8466_zpse5c60188.jpgYou could also use mini cupcake liners for bite-sized treats!

Chill that for at least an hour and then you’re done.
Honestly, that’s it.

If you are feeling fancy top with a little whipped cream or Cool Whip.
And of course candy…

Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Bites | Cookies and Cups

So easy and simple!

 

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Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Bites
 
makes 6 yogurt cups
Ingredients
  • 1½ cups Vanilla yogurt
  • 1 (3 oz) package of Orange Jello mix
  • *optional, whipped cream to top
Instructions
  1. Line a muffin tin with 6 cupcake liners.
  2. In a medium microwave safe mixing bowl, combine yogurt and Jello mix, stirring to combine.
  3. Microwave on high for 2 minutes, stirring after each minute.
  4. Fill each cupcake liner with about ¼ cup of yogurt mixture.
  5. Chill cups for at least an hour until set.
Notes
You can easily mix and match different flavors or yogurt and Jello.
Also, try making them in mini cupcake liners as well for a more bite-sized treat!

Store in an airtight container, refrigerated for up to 3 days.

Adapted from Jello

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Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar
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This looks so lovely!!

Alaine
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So going to make these! I love Chobani greek yogurt. Thanks!

Jenn L
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Oh my, these look SO tasty and super easy. I bet my kids would love to help make them!

Colleen @ What
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I have a hard time believing something so awesome looking is so simple! But I’m gonna believe it! 😉

Wendy
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What an awesome idea, I love it! Definitely making with my little ladies tonight. Thanks for sharing!

Nancy P.@thebittersideofsweet
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Love this! So easy but looks so good! Can’t wait to try!

Maria
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So fun and we are HUGE Chobani Fans! Caleb’s favorite snack!

Deb Young
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Could you use sugar-free Jello?

Kristin
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I’ve got the same question…some of these yogurts already have a ton of sugar.

Wendy
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I used sugar-free jello for mine. They’re really good, kind of a jello texture, but that’s to be expected. They’re really good with a little whipped topping. A yummy, guilt free splurge!

Heather
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What’s the texture like? I’m hoping (but doubting) you’ll say “white chocolate.” 😉

Erin @ Texanerin Baking
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I’m intrigued. Are they jiggly? I feel compelled to make these. And I have strawberry jello from the US and strawberry Greek yogurt! Hmm.

Carla @ Carlas Confections
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Such a fabulous idea for yogurt! I am looking forward to trying this one!

Chobani
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Shelly, these look AMAZING! What a fun, easy, and delicious frozen treat. Thanks so much for sharing. 🙂

Amy, @Chobani

Tahny
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Totally a great recipe to make with the kiddo’s. This will be a Spring Break recipe. Thanks!

Jennifer Hamilton
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do you think they would work with sugar free jello?

Katy @ KatysKitchen
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Super cute! I haven’t had a creamsicle in ages, but now you’ve got me craving them! I think summer is on its way….:)

Carol Ceaser
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I love your site and your recipes sound yummy. I a’m going to try the Orange Creamsicle Yogurt Bites.

Martha T
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Any reason sugar free jello would NOT work? These look great for my two year old grandson, but I know his mom and dad would not want him to have the sugar in jello.

Linda Janicki
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I love your Ideas!!! I shared this on my Facebook page my seniors are going to love making this.

heather
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Oooh, I love that bright orange color! So pretty. And I love Chobani!

Rachel Cooks
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LOVE these! Brilliant!

Colette @ JFF!
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Ok, this would be so much fun to do w the kids!

Deborah Pucci
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These sound yummy…..thank you!

Laurie of Lulu and Daisy
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Yummy!! I can’t wait to play with all the flavor combinations!

Joanne
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Wow!! I would not have expected the yogurt/gelatin combo to set up right…but WOW. I see a whole bunch of these in pastels for Easter…

Allison D.
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These are in the fridge cooling right now! Strawberry yogurt with sugar free orange jello!!! Can’t wait!

Gloria @ Simply Gloria
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I bet these are just scrumptious! Another amazing thing to make with jello! And pretty!

Kim Bee
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You are a creamsicle genius.

Tieghan
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Love these!! I can’t wait for warmer weather so I can make these!

Marcie@flavorthemoments
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I love Chobani yogurt, and I especially love what you’ve done with it! Making a cream sickle out of it is just genius!

Jenny Flake
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What a perfect idea Shelly! My kids would think I was the coolest if I had these for an after school treat! Love it!

Aya B.
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Wowww
very nice idea
I bet this can be modified to be even lower in fat tooooo…. my favorite
I think this gonna be on my priorities of my to do list after exams
Perfect as always 🙂

Kathy
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So cute! I bet this would be a great way to get my kids to eat more yogurt!

Georgia @ The Comfort of Cooking
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What an awesome idea! These look so delicious and cute!

tiffany cremrans
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The recipe looks wonderful but u t shows sugar being added yet doesn’t say how much or when to addbit. So…how much and when is it added?

vanillasugarblog
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aren’t you clever?
creamsicle anything I love.
that shade of orange is so pretty.

Julie
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Glad I saw this recipe before I got home from work. I’m going to the store to pick up some jello and trying this tonight. My question is, how long do they keep for and do you refridgerate them? (I know they won’t last That long…but just in case) Thanks!!

Katriel
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This idea is TOTALLY brilliant. I love it.
I don’t have a microwave though (my husband is a hippie and believes microwaves are death boxes)…which necessitates the use of the stovetop instead. Do you think it could work just as well?

Cris
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Mine turned out very grainy. Any suggestions.

Cris
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Olympic Krema Greek Yogourt but it is 0% fat. I live in Canada and have not seen your Yogourt sold here.

Summer @ Mallow and Co
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These look awesome! I love the easy, 2-3 ingredient type treats- pinning this one!

donna
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Just made for a dinner party tonight… everyone enjoyed and couldn’t believe how easy it was to make. Thank you!

Maura
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Do you have to use greek yogurt or will regular yogurt work. I am thinking it would work the gelatin should firm it up? Thanks!

Sandra
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I’m sorry to report that my creamsicle came out like a thick goopy mess! Did not set, And now I’m out $5 bucks worth of yogurt and gelatin. Placed in the freezer this morning, with hopes to salvage products, and possibly us ( when it freezes) in a smoothie. I’m not happy:(

Lacy
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I didn’t have any of the flavours you specified so I improvised and used raspberry jello with half raspberry and half blueberry greek yogurt…delish! So simple my 18 month and 3 year old could help!

Amber
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Does anyone know how these hold up in lunch boxes without ice packs?

Marie-Reine
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Thank you for sharing

Juliana Melchior
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I love the way this looks, I’m making it today 😀 But here’s the thing, is ziplist crashing or is it just me?
Btw, I LOVE your blog, I’ve made a bunch of recipes already, and they ALL turn out great!!

Katie S
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I don’t have Greek Yogurt, do you think “regular” would work?

Katie C.
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Just made these in orange and raspberry and they are positively my new favorite thing. They came great! It’s was a perfect treat to make on this blizzard-y day in PA 🙂

Christina
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I made these tonight and used Chobani Vanilla Yogurt and Sugar free Orange jello and mine came out really grainy. Any suggestions? I would love to make them again and fix my mistake.

Debbie Jensen
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Christina I had the same problem. I noticed the consistency was smooth with only one minute of cooking. I think that’s how I’ll do it next time. I’m guessing since it’s sugar free jello, it really only needs to be cooked long enough to blend.

nanci
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I’m wondering why it has to cooked at all, esp if using sugar free jello. I’ve seen many recipes using yogurts and jello, and they never include any cooking.

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