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Have you seen the latest viral snack on social media? These Strawberry Clusters are a healthy treat made with fresh strawberries, greek yogurt, and dipped in melted chocolate. You’re going to love how easy these chocolate strawberry yogurt clusters are to make!
Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Clusters Recipe (Latest Trend on TikTok)
Although I have no interest in the latest trends on social media (I leave that up to my kids), I do follow the viral recipe hacks and snacks on the social media app. These easy-to-make ‘strawberry bites’ are so delicious with chopped strawberries mixed with creamy yogurt for an ice-cream like consistency, and then they’re dipped in chocolate!
If you’re wanting healthier options for snacks then these frozen yogurt clusters (with fresh strawberries) is something the whole family will love digging into.
Fresh fruit covered in melted chocolate is always a win! But the creamy and healthy Greek yogurt takes these strawberry clusters to the next level. Learn all my tips for making this easy recipe at home. No TikTok needed 😉!
Full List of Ingredients For Chocolate Covered Strawberry Yogurt Clusters
You only need 4 simple ingredients to make this frozen sweet snack that’s perfect for those hot summer days.
- Fresh Strawberries : You will need to measure out 2 cups of chopped fresh strawberries for this recipe. I prefer to chop the strawberries into fairly small pieces so they more easily disperse throughout all the yogurt. That way, every bite has some juicy pockets of fresh strawberry in it.
- Plain Greek Yogurt : Whole fat greek yogurt is better to freeze so I recommend using that. Of course, you can experiment and use non-dairy yogurts or other flavors of greek yogurt like strawberry greek yogurt or vanilla greek yogurt instead. It will up the sugar content if you choose to use a flavored yogurt. So if you’re wanting to keep these as healthy as possible, I recommend sticking with plain yogurt.
- Chocolate : Use milk chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, or dark chocolate. It’s best to use the baking bars from the baking aisle as they melt easier and smoother. You can also use your favorite chocolate chips to cover the strawberry cluster in. Use non-dairy chocolate chips, low-sugar or sugar-free chips, or your favorite chocolate chips.
- Coconut Oil : This is the healthiest oil to use when melting the chocolate. You can substitute with any oil you have like canola oil or vegetable oils.
- Sea Salt : This is optional but it’s a really yummy addition to the tops of the chocolate dipped clusters. Use regular sea salt (like finely ground) or the larger flakey sea salt.
How To Make Frozen Yogurt Chocolate Covered Strawberry Clusters (Full Recipe Card & Nutrition Information Below)
- Creamy Yogurt Mixture : Start off by mixing together the plain greek yogurt and chopped strawberries together in a medium bowl.
- Scoop Clusters : Scoop about 2-3 tablespoons of the strawberry mixture and place it onto a prepared baking sheet that has a piece of parchment paper on it. Repeat until all the strawberry yogurt mix is gone. You’re essentially making little clusters (which is a serving size) and dropping them onto the parchment paper.
- Freezer : Place the pan of clusters in the freezer and let them freeze for 1 hour.
- Melt Chocolate Chips or Chocolate Pieces : Melt the chocolate pieces and coconut oil together in a microwave-safe bowl in 30-second increments until it’s melted and smooth. Remember to stir it well after each microwave time. You don’t want to overheat the chocolate or else it will seize up.
- Dip Frozen Clusters : Dip each frozen yogurt cluster into the melted chocolate and place it back onto the parchment paper on the baking sheet. A sprinkle of sea salt onto each frozen yogurt cluster is must!
- Serve : These are best served frozen from the freezer. Store the clusters in the freezer at all times.
How To Store & Serve Strawberry Yogurt Clusters
Store the clusters inside the freezer at all times. These are best eaten frozen straight from the freezer. As they sit out at room temperature they will soften significantly and lose that ice cream-ish vibe they have going on. When eaten frozen, they taste just like a decadent frozen yogurt treat.
What Chocolate Is Best To Use?
I find it easiest to melt chocolate baking bars in the microwave. You need 1.5 cups of chocolate so if you’re using a baking bar then just chop it into large chunks and measure it out. You can also use any variety of chocolate chips as well.
Adding the coconut oil helps to melt the chocolate which also makes it sort of fail-proof meaning it won’t seize up as easily. I don’t recommend using white chocolate as it is very difficult to melt smoothly and seizes up quickly.
To keep it healthier use dark chocolate or other options are semi-sweet or milk chocolate.
How Do I Dip The Frozen Clusters Into Melted Chocolate Without It Seizing Up?
Because we are dipping a frozen food into chocolate it’s important that you work very quickly to avoid the chocolate from seizing up. Just quickly dip the frozen cluster into the chocolate, and make sure it’s coated well, and then quickly remove it. If the chocolate is getting too thick or sizing up, simply re-heat it in the microwave to warm it up slightly and get it back to the proper consistency.
Changes & Variations To This Frozen Yogurt Clusters Recipe
- Vanilla Extract : Add just a drop of vanilla extract in with the yogurt and strawberry mixture for an added boost of flavor.
- Different Fruit : Replace the strawberries with any fresh fruit you want! Or do a mix of several different fruits.
- Yogurt : It’s best to use full-fat Greek yogurt, but you can experiment with your favorite yogurt (non-dairy, etc) and see how it works. You can also use a flavored Greek yogurt like strawberry, vanilla or honey vanilla.
- Best Yogurt : I love the Greek Gods brand of greek yogurt. It really is the best!
Chocolate Covered Strawberry Clusters
- 2 cups chopped fresh strawberries
- 1 cup plain or vanilla greek yogurt
- 1½ cups chocolate chips OR chocolate baking bars (*see notes below)
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- flaky sea salt (optional topping)
- Prep : Place a piece of parchment paper or wax paper onto a baking sheet or cookie sheet.
- In a mixing bowl, stir together the chopped strawberries and greek yogurt until combined well. Scoop tablespoons of the mixture onto the parchment paper. * Recipe makes 10 clusters and each one is about 2-3 tablespoons.2 cups chopped fresh strawberries, 1 cup plain or vanilla greek yogurt
- Place the baking sheet inside the freezer for 1 hour.
- Add the chocolate and coconut oil into a microwave-safe bowl and heat in 30-second increments, stirring well after each one, until the chocolate is shiny and completely smooth.1½ cups chocolate chips OR chocolate baking bars, 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- Place 1 frozen strawberry cluster into the melted chocolate and use a fork to thoroughly coat it all around. Place the chocolate-covered cluster back onto the parchment paper. Repeat with the remaining clusters. * If using sea salt, immediately sprinkle some on after placing the cluster back onto the parchment paper. Make sure to sprinkle it on while it's still wet. * I use a plastic fork for this to make clean-up a breeze.flaky sea salt
- Place the clusters back into the freezer and allow them to set. This will happen really quickly!* Store the clusters in the freezer at all times and serve frozen.