Food Trend: FroYo Sandwiches

May 9, 2016 | By | Comments (0)

What can be better than a good ol’ ice cream sandwich? Obviously it’s hard to beat a classic, but we decided to put a healthier twist on our favorite childhood treats by making these delectable desserts with frozen yogurt instead of ice cream! Check out some of our favorite recipes for lower-calorie ice cream sandwiches below, and we promise you won’t be disappointed!

 

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Blueberry Cheesecake Frozen Yogurt Sandwiches

 

Cream cheese and vanilla beans give these treats extraordinary depth of flavor. You’ll also save lots of time by making the sandwiches in a big pan rather than assembling them individually. You can find the recipe for Blueberry Cheesecake Sandwiches by clicking here!

 

Key Lime Frozen Yogurt

 

The great thing about this Key Lime Frozen Yogurt recipe is its versatility. Serve with fresh raspberries or blackberries, pressed between graham crackers or gingersnaps, or on its own for a tangy indulgence. Get the recipe here and let us know your favorite way to customize this refreshing treat!

 

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Frozen Key Lime Fingers

 

While on the topic of Key lime goodies, you can find the recipe here for Frozen Key Lime Fingers. If you’ve got a hankerin’ for something sweet and tangy, these cool delights are just the ticket. Pro tip: Use whole-grain graham crackers in these frozen treats so they’ll stay crisp longer in the freezer.

 

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Frozen Banana Split Squares

 

Talk about putting a twist on a classic! This Frozen Banana Split Square is a dressed-up version of a traditional banana split. Easy to assemble but sure to impress, these squares definitely stack up. You can find the recipe here.

These lower-calorie twists on a popular dessert rival the original and are easily adaptable to fit everyone’s taste. For more awesome dessert ideas, check out Our Favorite Ice Cream Desserts. Happy baking!

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