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These delicious no-bake mini pies are a wholesome and filling snack that take minimal effort and use simple ingredients you most likely already have.
I first heard about using granola bars as an easy base for pie crust on Instagram however can’t remember the exact source. This idea made me think it would be great to make mini pies as a healthy yogurt treat for kids!
The granola makes a deliciously crunchy crust, while the yogurt and fresh fruit pack in some protein, vitamins, antioxidants and probiotics.
Their mini size makes them perfect to serve to a big group of after-school snackers, at a party, or as a healthier kid-friendly holiday dessert option. Or substitute pumpkin puree instead of fruit for a seasonal fall treat!
YOGURT GRANOLA MINI PIES – SUPPLIES & INGREDIENTS:
- Mini Pie or Tart Ramekins
- Crushed Granola Bars (we used a chocolate based one)
- Graham Crackers, crushed
- Cut Fruit
- Nonstick spray (optional)
- Begin by crushing a couple of granola bars, lining the bottoms of your ramekins to create a “pie” crust. We didn’t do this the first time but suggest in hindsight to add a light spray of nonstick cooking spray to the ramekins, so your crust doesn’t stick to too much once cooled.
- Add a couple spoonfuls of yogurt, a sprinkle of crushed graham crackers and some sliced fruit on top.
- Freeze, eat and enjoy!
My kids loved this yummy “dessert” and I was pleased that they could have pie as a treat without it being overly sugary and sweet! For kids (or adults) who love the combination of yogurt and strawberries, our simple strawberry frozen yogurt bark recipe is sure to be a crowd-pleaser!
I love the ease of no-bake treats – do you have a favorite?
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