Yogurt Cone Treats

Tasty Healthy SnacksYogurt cone treats ice cream waffle cone filled with vanilla yogurt, raspberries, and blueberries

  • What: Yogurt Cone Treats
  • When: 18 months and up
  • Why: Easy, tasty, nutritious
  • Where: At home

Looking for an easy summer snack your kids will love? Get a box of ice cream cones and a container of yogurt with some fresh fruit to make these tasty treats.

Joy waffle cone, Tillamook vanilla yogurt, fresh raspberries, and frozen blueberries ingredients for tasty healthy yogurt cone snack for kids

These cones can be assembled in minutes with zero prep.

Much like my beloved Fourth of July Treat, this simple recipe requires no cooking or baking. Simply fill the cone partway with yogurt (we prefer vanilla), then add a layer of fresh fruit of your choice. Berries, like blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries, work great due to their small size, which means less prep work. But you can also cut up some mango, pineapple, peaches, or just about anything into small pieces that fit into the cone. Add a layer of fruit, then top with another layer of yogurt and finish it all off with more fruit. 

Child holding yogurt cone treat with vanilla yogurt raspberries and frozen blueberries in waffle cone

Kids and grownups alike will enjoy these delicious cones.

These easy treats make great summer snacks for the entire family, and require minimal effort. You can freeze the entire batch for hot days, or serve immediately for a cold treat that doesn’t melt. Let your kids create their own by spooning in the yogurt and selecting the fruit they want to add. No matter who assembles the tastiness, you can’t go wrong with this delicious snack.

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