These Chocolate Strawberry Yogurt Clusters Recipe are made with only 5 simple ingredients, these strawberry yogurt bites are a healthier dessert option that your whole family will love.
These Yogurt Bites are a quick and easy dessert option that you can make in no time! The combination of fresh strawberries, creamy hung curd, and indulgent semi-sweet chocolate make these bites the perfect sweet treat for any occasion.
So, what are you waiting for?
Let’s get started! (step-by-step-pictures)
About Chocolate Strawberry Yogurt Clusters Recipe:
It’s been a while since I noticed there is this one video of chocolate-covered strawberry yogurt clusters going viral on Social Media.
Just like others I too was so impressed with the recipes because it was really quick to make and needed very few ingredients to make.
So I made a note on my Todo list to try this recipe.
Being a food blogger how could I stay away from not trying this super easy recipe?
That too after knowing that this quick healthy bite has stolen many hearts.
My Daughter is fond of these kinds of desserts so I’m always looking for easy, no-bake treats to make at home. So I decided to make a batch of these chocolatey, creamy clusters for myself and of course for my daughter.😊
And today is the day, to share this recipe with you. Hoping you too would fall in love with this easy viral recipe.
And as I always say, do try this recipe and let me know how it turned out for you.✌
These chocolate-covered strawberry yogurt bites are perfect for a sweet snack or dessert. Just make sure that you are serving them chilled.
You can store these Chocolate-covered strawberry yogurt clusters in the refrigerator, it generally stays good for 2-3 days. You may freeze them as well for a more ice-cream-like consistency.
However, the strawberries do get a bit hard and may be tough for younger kids to eat. So in that case what you can do is to keep it outside for 5 minutes, and then serve.
Baking Sheet: Make sure to line your baking sheet or container with parchment paper before freezing the clusters. This prevents the yogurt bites from sticking on a baking tray or container and also makes it easier to remove them without any mess.
Size of Clusters: Scoop small tablespoon-sized clusters so they freeze faster and are more manageable for dipping in chocolate.
Melting Chocolate: Use a small, deep bowl to melt the chocolate so there is enough depth for easily coating the frozen yogurt clusters.
Chocolate Dipping: Make sure the yogurt clusters are fully frozen before coating them in chocolate for best results.
Coconut Oil: Make sure to add the coconut oil – it helps create a smooth, thin chocolate consistency that is perfect for dipping the frozen yogurt clusters.
Dip in batches: To prevent melting, only remove a few frozen yogurt clusters from the freezer at a time for dipping in chocolate. Take out 3-4 clusters, quickly dip them in the melted chocolate, and immediately place them back in the freezer before taking the next few yogurt clusters to coat. Doing small batches prevents the yogurt from becoming soft and messy before dipping.
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Basic Ingredients Used to Make this Recipe:
Strawberries: The star of this show is some delicious strawberries! You will want to use fresh, ripe strawberries for this recipe. You can easily customize these clusters by substituting the strawberries for other fruits such as raspberries, blueberries, mangoes, or any fruit of your choice.
Yogurt/HungCurd: In addition to the chopped strawberries, you’ll need plain yogurt. But if you want you can also use flavored yogurt like strawberry or vanilla.
Honey: Honey brings a touch of natural sweetness to balance out the tanginess of the yogurt in these healthy clusters. Feel free to add more honey if you prefer them sweeter.
Chocolate: I have used dairy milk and white chocolate for coating. If you want you can use choco-chips or dark chocolate. So feel free to use any type of chocolate you’d like to use.
Coconut Oil: The coconut oil thins out the chocolate, resulting in a perfectly smooth, thin coating on the clusters.
Note: To make a vegan version, use maple syrup instead of honey, a plant-based yogurt, and dairy-free dark chocolate or semi-sweet chocolate chips. With these simple swaps, this recipe can easily be made vegan-friendly. Also If you’re looking to reduce the sugar content of these chocolate-covered strawberry yogurt clusters, there are a few simple changes you can make.
For instance, you can skip the honey and use no sugar-added chocolate chips instead. You could also use less chocolate, adding just a drizzle on top, or none at all. These modifications will help you enjoy these clusters without compromising on taste or nutrition.
Chocolate Strawberry Yogurt Clusters
- 1 1/2 cups Strawberries chopped
- 1 cup Plain hung curd, greek yogurt
- 1 tbsp Honey
- 1 cup Chocolate
- 2 tbsp Coconut Oil
- Add the chopped strawberries, hung curd and honey, to a large bowl. Combine thoroughly.
- Add scoops of the yogurt mixture (about 2 tbsp) to a parchment paper lined baking sheet or large plate to form the clusters. You should be able to make 10 clusters.
- Next place the baking sheet with the yogurt clusters in the freezer. Freeze until they are completely frozen and solid, about 1-2 hours.
- Once the clusters are frozen, melt the chocolate. I have used dairy milk and white chocolate.
- For that add the chocolate and coconut oil to a microwave-safe bowl and microwave in 15 or 30-second intervals, stirring in between each one, until the chocolate is melted.
- Now Remove the frozen yogurt clusters from the freezer and carefully dip each one into the melted chocolate.
- I recommend using a spoon to ensure each cluster is thoroughly coated.
- Once coated with chocolate, place each cluster back on the prepared baking sheet.
- Place the clusters back in the freezer for a few minutes to ensure the chocolate hardens and yogurt solidifies a bit. Enjoy!
Frequently Asked Questions About the Recipe:
Can we store the leftover strawberry clusters?
You can store leftover chocolate strawberry clusters, in an airtight container in the freezer to maintain their shape. To serve, let them thaw for a few minutes. Avoid storing them in the refrigerator, as the warmer temperature can cause them to become melty and messy.
Are these chocolate-covered strawberry clusters healthy?
Yes, these clusters are a healthy choice, since they are made with ingredients like protein-rich hung curd, natural honey, and fresh strawberries.
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