Yoghurt buttons Recipe!

So ok, anyone else here on a daily basis stumped for snacks and ideas to give to their toddlers? Surely it’s not just me! So I am going to start up a little weekly series of perfect snacks for our gorgeously destructive toddlers.

This week I’m starting with these gorgeously simple, scrumptious yoghurt buttons. So easy to make and judging by the reaction of my toddler, they are pretty darn tasty too! I think they are a perfect alternative if she is a little sweetie type treat.

Yoghurt buttons recipeThese could not be easier to make. All I did was empty three little fromage frais yoghurts into a piping bag – although you can just use some greek yoghurt and blended strawberries {or whatever fruit you fancy really!}. The combinations are fabulously endless. I just had these wee yoghurts to hand, so I took the super duper easy route for a quick and tasty little treat.

Then from the piping bag, I just made little button shapes onto some wax paper and popped them into the freezer for around 20 minutes or so.

Yoghurt buttons recipe
The three little yoghurts pots made around 30 buttons, and with the first half we left plain, but with the second batch we decided they needed a little flair – so we added sprinkles!
Yoghurt buttons recipe
I knew Annabelle would LOVE these so I was excited to share them. Her dinner wasn’t even wiped off her face before she spotted them! The delight on her face speaks volumes!
Yoghurt buttons recipe
Yoghurt buttons recipe

Once she got a taste, she was hooked! It was such a lovely thing to see her enjoying something a little different and also something that took so little time to make!

Yoghurt buttons recipe
Yoghurt buttons recipe
I wonder what flavoured yoghurt buttons we’ll make next! The possibilities are endless! Plus, I love how perfect this snack is for my toddler!



  1. 05/09/2014 / 8:43 AM

    Oooh I’ll definitely make some of these x

  2. 05/09/2014 / 11:57 AM

    My son loves yoghurt so this is the perfect dessert for him. Thanks for the recipe, I am giving them a try this week-end! ๐Ÿ™‚


  3. Tracy Hanley
    05/09/2014 / 2:13 PM

    hat a great idea , i will be getting my granddaughter to help me make some of these ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Pamela L (Rookie Parenting)
    05/09/2014 / 5:48 PM

    Yogurt buttons are the best! yummy, healthy (relatively) and appealing to toddlers. Thanks for awesome pictures, too.

  5. Lucy
    05/09/2014 / 8:22 PM

    These are a great idea, think I will try it with fromage fraise as my blender broke and we need to replace it

  6. 05/09/2014 / 9:30 PM

    Wow these look great and super-easy to make. I’ll definitely have to try these with my little ones I am sure that they would love these! ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  7. 06/09/2014 / 3:21 PM

    What a brilliant idea! So easy too. I reckon the big kid in this house might like them as well! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thank you for linking to PoCoLo X

  8. 07/09/2014 / 4:48 PM

    I saw something similar on TV and you have just reminded me. Will make some of these asap as I am always stumped for ideas x #PoCoLo

  9. 07/09/2014 / 6:22 PM

    Goodness that looks yummy and easy too. I will try this but I will ask my son to help me with the piping so that he knows its yogurt as he is a bit fuzzy =) #pocolo

  10. 01/10/2014 / 5:12 PM

    Yum! What a brilliant idea!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *