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We eat a lot of Greek Yogurt at our house, and since it's so close to Halloween, I pulled out our yogurt the other day and tried coming up with a few fun snacks. Here are some fun ideas….

Yoplait Yogurt Recipe

I've seen these “Boo'nana pops” before using white chocolate, but being the lazy mom that I am, I didn't want to go through the process of melting white chocolate and dipping my bananas. So I used Yoplait Greek Yogurt instead, which also meant we felt healthy enough eating them for breakfast!

Halloween BOOnana Pops

Make these Halloween BOOnanas using greek yogurt and they are healthy enough to eat for breakfast!

STEP 1: Cut your bananas in half length-wise, and then width-wise, like this:

boonanan pops

STEP 2: Place your bananas on wax paper and freeze them.

banana pops

Step 3: Dip your banana pops in Yogurt, or using a spoon (as I did) just coat the banana with the yogurt. Add chocolate chips or raisins for eyes and then put them back in the freezer.

How to Make BOOnana pops for Halloween + other healthy Halloween snack ideas

There you have it! BOOnana pops!

Candy Corn Yogurt Parfaits

This next yogurt snack is self-explanatory. I layered my orange (mandarin oranges, or we used peaches), then my yellow (pineapple), and then I topped it with the Yoplait yogurt that can be picked up at Walmart. I've seen others make these using whipped cream, but I like the idea of yogurt better. I added candy eyeballs just for fun 😉

Halloween 'candy corn' yogurt parfaits

 

Yogurt Grape Monsters

Sorry for the poor picture on this next one, I was needing to hurry at the time I made them, but they are really simple. Just grapes and yogurt! I used vanilla on top of the green grapes (colored it orange with food coloring), and Key Lime on the purple grapes (added 1 drop of green food coloring to make it more green). And then of course I added candy eyeballs to this one too 🙂

Halloween breakfast Ideas

 

What fun snacks do you like to make for Halloween?

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills. The opinions and text are all mine.