I LOVE pie. Traditional apple pie. Oreo cream pie. Blueberry pie with a buttery crumble on top. I love it all and I love it even more a la mode! There’s something about a warm slice of pie that’s meant to be topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream… Unless that pie is already a cold and creamy delight like this bad boy! This berry frozen yogurt pie recipe hits the spot.
This berry frozen yogurt pie tastes like a hybrid between whipped cream and mixed summer berry ice cream but with a slightly tangy flavor thanks to creamy yogurt.
It’s a pie you can whip up in a flash since it is a no-bake recipe and the skill required basically none. Can you stir? You can make this pie! Woop!
For those with little ones, it’s a great recipe to make with your kiddos as well. Chase loved pouring everything together and stirring it all up! (Note: I used an extra large bowl when Chase “helped” me to prevent overflow and spilling.)
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Berry Frozen Yogurt Pie
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 15 minutes
- Total Time: 20 minutes
- Yield: 1 pie / 8 slices 1x
- Category: dessert, recipes
A creamy and oh so festive dessert, this berry frozen yogurt pie is the perfect dish to bring to a Fourth of July cookout (tomorrow!) or your next summertime barbecue when everyone is craving something cold and sweet on a hot summer night.
- 2 cups frozen wild blueberries, thawed
- 1 6-ounce container blueberry Greek yogurt
- 1/3 cup thinly sliced strawberries
- 1 6-ounce container strawberry Greek yogurt
- 1 9-ounce container CocoWhip coconut milk frozen topping, thawed
- 1 9-inch graham cracker crust
- In a medium size bowl, mix together the thawed wild blueberries, blueberry Greek yogurt and 1/2 of the CocoWhip. Set aside.
- In a separate medium-size bowl, mix together the sliced strawberries, strawberry Greek yogurt and the remaining 1/2 of the CocoWhip.
- Pour the strawberry mixture into the bottom of the graham cracker crust and smooth into an even layer.
- Pour the blueberry mixture on top of the strawberry and smooth into an even layer, taking care not to mix the two layers together.
- Place the pie into the freezer for at least four hours or until the pie is frozen solid. Remove from the freezer approximately 15 minutes before you wish to eat it to make slicing easier. Top with whipped cream and fresh berries, if desired.
I highly recommend using the wild blueberries called for in this recipe and not substituting regular cultivated blueberries as wild blueberries are naturally smaller and have a more intense sweet and tangy taste that I love in this recipe! (They’re also higher an antioxidants!) Wild blueberries freeze well within the pie without becoming too watery or hard. You can find them in the frozen fruit section of most grocery stores.
I used So Delicious CocoWhip coconut milk frozen dessert topping in this recipe but another non-dairy frozen topping (such as CoolWhip) may also be used.
- Calories: 210 calories
- Sugar: 19g
- Sodium: 163mg
- Fat: 8g
- Carbohydrates: 32g
- Fiber: 2g
- Protein: 4g
Keywords: DESSERT, DESSERTS/SWEET TREATS, HOLIDAY RECIPES, RECIPES
Maureen Feeney says
This looks so good! I’m adding it to my list of recipes I want to make 🙂
Yum, this looks great! I love the colors of the pie and the simple ingredients!
Love that this is kid friendly as well! I know my little one would dig right into a big slice.
Definitely!! Chase really liked it… and the yogurt/cocowhip “batter” 🙂
Yum! This looks so good…and so festive!! My family (especially my nephews) would love this! I’m adding this to my recipe list! Thanks Julie!!! Xoxo
Starr @ sipofstarrshine.com says
Ooooooooh this looks SOOOOO yummy and just easy enough for me to make even if I’m feeling lazy! Thanks for sharing and have a happy 4th, Julie!
Exactly! It’s such an easy one to make — perfect for hot summer afternoons!
Carrie this fit chick says
This look delicious!! And so colorful!
Looks so delicious and festive!! Yum!
This looks great and so fun/festive!
Looks delicious! I love cold pies.
This looks delicious!! I love the idea of incorporating yogurt to make this a somewhat healthy dessert!
Patricia @Sweet And Strong says
Mmmm this recipe sounds so good. I LOVE cold pies especially in the summer time. Happy 4th weekend!
Sarah @ Sweet Miles says
Looks so good for the 4th of July! Great way to cool off!
So fun! I love the addition of the sprinkles 🙂 I’m a huge yogurt eater–both frozen and regular 😉 Thanks for sharing such an easy, patriotic dish!
Traci | The Petite Chef says
Oh man- I’ve had that exact coconut whip before and it’s insanely delicious, and dare I say it’s even better than regular CoolWhip? I am a coconut fan, though, but that one is GOOD. I can only image how it would taste layered with fresh berries. Yum!
totally agree — it’s so addicting! it was impossible to stop sneaking bites when we made this one!
Emily @ Pizza & Pull-ups says
Yum, this looks delicious and perfect to make ahead for bbqs.
Can you get the cocowhip in the same section as the coolwhip at the grocery? I have never heard of it!
Yes! It’s usually right next to CoolWhip!
Kaitlyn @ Powered by Sass says
This sounds so delicious and looks so festive! Perfect for the Fourth!
Yum and pretty!
This is so fun and cool, i love all the different colours x
Ashley @ Whiskers and Weights says
Even though it’s past the 4th, this looks like the perfect thing to take to our next grill out!
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