Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie

I designed this Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie for a kid-friendly recipe contest over at Circle of Moms. I wanted it to be easy, healthy, and yummy for a child’s palate so I came up with this  super easy to make Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie.  It is such a healthy dessert option that you may want to eat it for snack and breakfast too!

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie Recipe:

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Pie / Family Focus Blog

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie Ingredients:

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie and Individual Pie / Family Focus Blog

1 Container of Ripe Strawberries
3 Cups Plain Greek Yogurt
1/2 cup Honey, Maple Syrup, or Agave
1 Graham Crack Crust (It can be store bought or you can make your own. I made mine with the recipe over at Make and Takes. If you make your own you can do individual serving cups as fun variation on the Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie Recipe.)

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie Directions:

Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Individual Pie / Family Focus Blog

Mix your chosen sweetener into the Greek yogurt and then place back into the refrigerator to keep cool.

Slice your strawberries lengthwise so that you have triangle shape slices.
Remove your sweetened Greek yogurt mix and fill your graham cracker crust with it, smoothing the top flat.

Arrange your strawberries by placing the pointed part of the triangle strawberry slices in towards the middle of the pie and forming a circle at the center of the pie.

Then continue to layer the strawberry triangles on top of each other till you reach the edge of the pie.

Stick the pie back in the refrigerator to set for 10 minutes or leave it in there till ready to serve.

Remove, slice and enjoy!

This Strawberry Greek Yogurt Icebox Pie Recipe is so simple but so tasty. I hope you enjoy!

Comments

  1. Wow! This looks wonderful!

  2. Oh man, I’m drooling over this! I’m adding this to my list for possible party dishes (and making the single serve ones for midnight snacks)! Thanks!

  3. It’s so pretty and easy to make. Now that my strawberries are coming in I’ll have to try this.

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