Healthy Homemade Dippin Dots

Thanks to Pinterest, I found this awesome idea to make homemade Dippin Dots. And I was drawn further in by the prospect of making them the clean eating way, with only greek yogurt and honey.

The aforementioned greek yogurt and honey…

… made into dots to freeze.

I loved the concept of these Dippin Dots, but I have to admit that I wasn’t totally crazy about the taste. 😦 Maybe I’m just not a fan of plain greek yogurt? I used a good amount of honey, so I don’t think it was a lack of sweetener. I am quite certain, however, that they would be improved with a bit of added flavor… maybe vanilla… or even mint. I just know these have the potential to be really great. They sure look like they are!

The Gracious Pantry’s “Clean Eating Dip N’ Dots

1/2 cup Greek yogurt
Honey to taste


Step 1 – In a mixing bowl, mix together the yogurt and honey until well combined.

Step 2 – Transfer the yogurt to a ziplock sandwich bag, and zip it tightly shut.

Step 3 – Cut a very small corner off the bag. Using the sandwich bag like a pastry bag, squeeze out little dots all over an ungreased cookie sheet. You can place them very close together because they won’t spread much.

Step 4 – Place the cookie sheet in the freezer for several hours.

Step 5 – Using a spatula, scrape the dots off the cookie sheet into a bowl and return to the freezer until you are ready to eat them. These melt somewhat quickly, so don’t remove them from the freezer until you are ready to eat them.

Note: You could also blend in some fruit for different flavors, but you would have to give the dots more room on the cookie sheet because they will spread more.

Eat and Enjoy!

Nutritional content not available and will depend on amount of honey used.”


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