Frozen Greek Yogurt Melts with Kellogg’s Apple Jacks is the perfect treat for your child! Download the coupon to save a $1 off! #KelloggsBTS #ad
This is a sponsored post with Savings.com and Kellogg’s. All opinions stated here are my own. #KelloggsBTS
Ready for the easiest recipe? I like easy recipes, the fewer ingredients the better. These Frozen Greek Yogurt Melts with Kellogg’s Apple Jacks are going to be a winner with your kids. You see, my kids love sweets. I’ve caught them a few times sneaking candy into their room and stashing it. Ice cream is also a treat they want to eat all the time so I decided to make these Frozen Greek Yogurt Melts give them a treat they can enjoy any time of the day. The best part? You can switch it up and add whatever toppings you want. Make the melts bigger and add fresh fruit, nuts, or add a different cereal topping. The possibilities are endless!
We’re in the midst of back to school and mornings can be quite hectic. The kids usually grab a quick bowl of cereal and they love Kellogg’s Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, and Krave. Sometimes they’ll have a bagel or toast with some of the Frozen Greek Yogurt Melts. They can grab some and eat them on the go.
The recipe doesn’t take much time to prepare so I usually make a batch the night before and pop them in the freezer overnight. It usually takes about an hour for them to harden if you prefer to eat them sooner. I add honey to the Greek yogurt just to give it a hint of sweetness since Greek yogurt can be a tart. You can also use Vanilla Greek yogurt and add less honey (which is what I did). My kids love Vanilla Greek yogurt.
Frozen Greek Yogurt Melts Recipe
- 1 cup Vanilla Greek yogurt
- 1 TBLS honey
- Dash of salt
- Kellogg’s Apple Jacks
1.In a mixing bowl add the Vanilla Greek Yogurt, honey, and a dash of salt. Mix well.
2. Using a pastry bag or Ziploc bag (cut a small hole in the corner to use as a pastry bag) squeeze small dots on a sheet of parchment paper. You can make them bigger, if you prefer.
3. Crumble Kellogg’s Apple Jacks in a Ziploc or container and sprinkle on top of each of the yogurt bites.
4. Place in the freezer for about an hour until hardened. Enjoy!
See how easy that was? I’ve been mixing it up and trying different toppings.
Kellogg’s has 3 new cereal coupons that will be perfect for making these Greek yogurt bites. You can save a $1 off Kellogg’s Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, and Krave cereals at your local supermarket. The coupons are available to print below, I hope you can find some great deals! Treat yourself to a good cup of coffee while you shop for groceries! You can also check Valpak envelopes to get additional Kellogg’s coupons.