Wednesday 2 December 2015

Frozen Strawberry Banana Yogurt Cupcakes - Chobani Greek Yogurt

This is another icy cold dessert made using fresh fruits and Chobani Yogurt. Instead of the usual popsicle molds or ice cream tubs, I've made them into small ice cream cupcakes! These will surly be a hit during this festive season!

These ice cream cupcakes are made with Chobani Greek yogurt, fresh strawberries and bananas. Sounds healthy?'s also high in protein, low in calories yet great in taste! Use vanilla greek yogurt if you have but as I only have plain yogurt in the fridge, I added some honey.

I'm eating these one after another without guilt!! :)

Frozen Strawberry Banana Yogurt Cupcakes
makes 8

21 tbspn Chobani plain Greek yogurt (Use vanilla greek yogurt if you have, then you can omit the honey if you want) 
2 tbspn honey (to taste)
1 punnet strawberries (about 8-10)
1 large banana
some chocolate chips

1. In a bowl, mix the honey into the greek yogurt.

2. Place small cupcake liners onto a tray. Scoop about 1 1/2 tbspn of greek yogurt into the cupcake liners.

3. Puree the strawberries and banana. 

4. Scoop the strawberry-banana puree into each cup so that it covers the yogurt layer. Scoop in more puree if desired.

5. Add a spoonful of yogurt to each cup on top of the puree layer.

6. Sprinkle a few chocolate chips on top of the yogurt.

7. Place the tray in the freezer for at least 2 hours. (I left mine overnight)

8. Remove from freezer and let it thaw for about 10 minutes before eating.

- The above ingredients makes 8 small ice cream cupcakes. You may have different amounts depending on the size of your cupcake liners.
- The proportion of yogurt vs strawberry-banana puree used is up to individual preference.

Chobani Yogurt is available at Cold Storage, NTUC Finest and FairPrice Xtra. 

Disclaimer : This is not a paid post. LY's Kitchen Ventures is given some Chobani Yogurt to sample and try out recipes.

This post is linked to Cook and Celebrate Christmas 2015 Organized by Yen from GoodyFoodies, Diana from The Domestic Goddess Wannabe and Zoe from Bake for Happy Kids

Thanks for dropping by. Do link back to LY's Kitchen Ventures if you have used any information published in this blog.


  1. Gd morning, interested in this receipe. May I know can we substitute the Chobani yogurt with other brand of yogurt? If not where can we buy this Chobani yogurt? Thanks and have a nice day.

    1. Hi Evelyn, I've tried with other types of yogurt but the ice cream will tend to be icier unless you add some cream. Use Greek yogurt and you can do away with the cream. You can use any brand of greek yogurt. I like Chobani after trying it as it is really creamy and luscious and the best part is it also comes with different flavours and real fruits!! :)

  2. Hi LY,

    Just in time! These non-bake icy cupcakes are the treats that we need in Aus summer :D


  3. Sounds like a fun recipe that my kids can try ;)



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