Raspberry Greek Yogurt Ice Cream Sandwiches

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I am obsessed with all things frozen.  Ice cream.  Ice.  Popsicles.  Shakes. Smoothies.  Frozen yogurt.  Fruity frozen yogurt sandwiched between two graham crackers.  Ob-freaking-sessed!  

Which is why Deborah and I thought we should throw a frozen treats blog party (she must be as obsessed as me!)  We thought everyone could use some new tasty treats to get us through the last month of summer.  How is that even possible? Less than one month left!

I definitely see more ice cream in my future….

Frozen Treats Blog Party with Buns In My Oven, Completely Delicious, Mountain Mama Cooks, Sweet Treats and More, Taste and Tell and Tracey's Culinary AdventuresFor the party, I made Raspberry Greek Yogurt Ice Cream Sandwiches.  They’re perfectly smooth and creamy, tart and fruity, and sandwiched between two soft and chewy graham crackers (yep, they get soft and chewy when frozen to some yogurt!)  They couldn’t be more perfect and they’re super easy to make.  

The idea for these came from my husband, who wanted a healthier alternative to an ice cream sandwich.  The result was fantastic and we thought our idea was pretty brilliant.  Right up until we realized there was a very similar recipe on the back of box of graham crackers we used.  Wah-wah.  

They key to these bars is using Honey Flavored Greek Gods Yogurt! It makes them extra thick and creamy! 

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Be sure to check out the other fun frozen treats from Buns in My Oven, Completely Delicious, Tracy’s Culinary Adventures, and Mountain Mamma Cooks

Raspberry Greek Yogurt Ice Cream Sandwiches
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Ingredients
  1. 1 1/2 cups Honey Greek Gods Greek Yogurt
  2. 1 cup fresh raspberries, pureed
  3. 1 1/2 cups whipped topping
  4. 7 graham crackers
Instructions
  1. Stir the yogurt, raspberry puree and whipped topping together until there aren't any lumps.
  2. Line a 9 inch square pan with foil and let the edges hang up over the edges.
  3. Whisk together the yogurt, fresh raspberry puree, and whipped topping until mixture is combined well.
  4. Line 3 grahams on the bottom of the 9-inch pan. Take another graham, and break it in half, length-wise. You will have 3 and a half graham crackers on the bottom of the pan.
  5. Pour the yogurt mixture on top of the graham crackers and spread evenly over the top. Top with three and half more graham crackers.
  6. Cover and place in the freezer for several hours or until sandwiches are frozen. Slice bars in half, creating 6 perfect squared and 2 small rectangular bars.
Notes
  1. store in air-tight container in the freezer.
Sweet Treats & More http://sweettreatsmore.com/

 

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Comments

  1. says

    We’ve been enjoying a ton of decadent frozen treats this summer so I’m definitely up for something a little more diet-friendly :) These are gorgeous, and such a pretty color with the raspberries!

  2. says

    Loving your recipe for ice cream sandwiches as well as your styling and photography, Kristy! Love that you filled them with raspberries and Greek yogurt. Fabulous addition to this fun Frozen Treats Blog Party! Already pinned to group boards at Pinterest! xo

  3. margaret says

    Could you use real whipped cream for this recipe………..don’t like using packaged whipped topping?

  4. says

    Oh My Goodness! And so much goodness! I thought the last recipe I looked at on your blog would be the first one I’d try…NOPE was I wrong. This is the first one and in fact a trip to Kroger in the morning for me! Thanks again! I am hooked on your blog and have only been here for half an hour!

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