Yogurt Blueberry Clusters
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Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- Yogurt Blueberry Clusters come together in just a few minutes.
- They are made with just four simple ingredients!
- These can also be made vegan with the use of vegan yogurt.
- Using greek yogurt makes them high in protein.
- They can be kept in the fridge or freezer all week or month long.
- If frozen, they taste like frozen yogurt bites, when refrigerated, they are creamy and tangy!
- Check out the viral cottage cheese ice cream for another great high protein dessert.
Ingredients And Substitutions
These are the main ingredients and substitutions for Yogurt Blueberry Clusters. Scroll down to the recipe card for a full list of ingredients and instructions.
I used fresh blueberries for this recipe, but any fresh fruit would work! Try strawberries, pineapple, kiwi, oranges, or even banana.
I opted for siggis vanilla yogurt which contains dairy, but it’s high in protein. To make this recipe vegan, opt for a dairy free, vegan yogurt.
You can use any type of nut or seed butter such as cashew butter, almond butter, pecan butter or sunflower seed butter/ oat butter for a nut free option.
Again, to keep this recipe vegan or dairy free, use a vegan chocolate. Otherwise, you can use any type of milk or regular chocolate.
How To Make
ONE: In a bowl, add in fresh blueberries, yogurt and peanut butter. Mix until well combined.
TWO: Drop spoonfuls of the mixture onto a baking sheet that’s lined with parchment paper and then store in the freezer until firm, about 15-20 minutes.
THREE: When ready, melt chocolate and then remove the clusters from the freezer and dip and coat in the melted chocolate. Place back on the parchment paper and back in the freezer for another 10-15 minutes until fully firm and enjoy!
Tips And Tricks
Use fresh blueberries or any other fresh fruit for best results.
Melt chocolate in the microwave in 30 second increments with a tsp of oil.
How To Serve And Store
Serve these clusters once they are firm enough to handle.
Store in the fridge and enjoy within 5 days. Keeping them in the fridge will keep the blueberries soft and juicy! Which is my favorite in my opinion!
However, you can also store in the freezer and have a more ice cream like flavor and texture, these can be kept up to 30 days.
Taste And Texture
These Yogurt Blueberry Clusters taste like ice cream but healthier! Each bite is filled with creamy, tangy yogurt and smothered in a dark chocolate shell.
The texture is smooth, creamy and bursting with fresh blueberries in each bite.
Frequently Asked Questions
Absolutely, and fresh fruit will work great such as strawberries, bananas, mango, kiwi, etc!
Yes! As long as you use a vegan yogurt.
I personally love Hu Kitchen, Lilys, OOBLI, enjoy life foods or nestle.
Other Recipes You May Like
- Strawberry Cheesecake Bites
- Viral Cottage Cheese Ice Cream
- Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries
- Gluten Free Blueberry Cobbler
- Blueberry Crumb Bars
If you make these Yogurt Blueberry Clusters, I would really appreciate a comment and rating down below, under the recipe card. Don’t forget to take a picture and tag me over on Instagram, Tiktok or Pinterest!
What is the green pictured inside the cluster with the blueberries?
blueberries are green on the inside.
Hi, I loved the recipe. Used vanilla yogurt and doubled the ingredients so I could add a cup of raspberries in addition to the blueberries. It is an amazing combination! Thank you for the recipe.
i’m so happy you loved them!
Loved these Yogurt Blueberry Clusters! I have made them twice and will make again. So incredibly delicious, better than any candy. Definitely best if stored in refrigerator after making, to taste the luscious soft yogurt and blueberry. I am going to try them next without peanut butter for a straight blueberry/yogurt paring covered in dark chocolate. Yum! Thank you for this brilliant recipe.
YAYYY! i’m so glad you’re enjoying them Susan 🙂