Frozen Yogurt Bunny Bites for Snacktime

We’re making something snacksational with these mini frozen yogurt bunny bite sandwiches! They’re great for snacktime when you need a little treat. And how fun are these bunny shaped graham crackers? Perfect for the upcoming Easter holiday.

Frozen Yogurt Bunny Bites

I’m partnering with General Mills and Safeway to Be Snacksational! With Annie’s® Bunny Grahams and Yoplait® yogurt you can make snacktime fun and delicious! This is a great after-school snack, especially while my kids are doing their homework. Pop them in the freezer, and they’re ready to snack on in just an hour!

Making Frozen Yogurt Bunny Bites

Mini Frozen Yogurt Bunny Bites

Ingredients:

  • Annie’s Bunny Grahams – chocolate and vanilla
  • Yoplait Yogurt – any flavor, we used strawberry and key lime
  • 1/4 teaspoon or a squeeze container

Method:

Lay out your bunny grahams. Add a small teaspoon of yogurt to each bunny. Note: all the bunny crackers face the same direction, so decide how you want your sandwiches to go.

Make Frozen Yogurt Bunny Bites

You can also use a plastic squeeze container to add your yogurt to your bunnies. This doesn’t work very well with the strawberry flavor, or other flavors with real fruit in the yogurt, but it’s great for the key lime yogurt, yum!

Frozen Yogurt Bunny Bites Recipe

Place your bunny yogurt sandwiches into the freezer for 1-2 hours. Then they’re ready for some snacksational eating. Be sure to eat them quick, the yogurt does start to melt after 20-30 minutes!

Frozen Yogurt Bunny Bites for Snacktime

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