Dehydrated Baby Yogurt Bites. This sweet coating is used to cover pretzels or other snack foods. A short period of baking dries out the coating and leaves behind sweet and salty treats covered in dried yogurt.
At any point your yogurt blend becomes too thin or runny, simply put the baggie back into the fridge for a couple of minutes to harden back up. If you’d like to make for babies under 1, you can omit the honey and use vanilla greek yogurt instead or simply skip adding the honey in. The dehydrated yogurt is ready once it’s completely dry to the touch, and not at all sticky.
The Dehydrator Tray Should Be Lined With Parchment.
If you’d like to make for babies under 1, you can omit the honey and use vanilla greek yogurt instead or simply skip adding the honey in. Yoghurt that literlly melts in your mouth. Place inside your dehydrator for 2 hours (up to 8 hours, depending on their size).
At That Point They Are No Longer Frozen.
Salty foods are often preferred, because the salt in the snacks contrasts pleasantly with the sweetness of the sugary yogurt coating. A few words on dried yogurt bites. Cover your dehydrator tray with parchment paper.
(The Recipes Below Is For Apple Yogurt Bites But You Can Mix Up Flavor To Your Liking.) 18 Oz Of Yogurt (We Used Plain Yogurt) 4 Oz Of Jello Box Powder I Used Apple Flavor.
3 use a piping bag or a teaspoon to create little dollops of yogurt on the paraflexx lined dehydrator trays. Transfer yogurt mixture to a piping bag and make small drops any size you'd like, keeping them all the same. The good news is, you can easily make yogurt bites at home.
Before You Dehydrate Yogurt, You Can Use Plain Yogurt Or Flavored Yogurt.
Cut off one bottom corner and gently squeeze out little dots of yogurt in rows on the prepared tray. Add the yogurt to a zip top bag and seal. In a small sauce pan mix all the ingredients, for 3 minutes over low heat until jello has.
They Are Typically Manufactured Using Skim Milk That Is Pasteurized.
There is no standard of identity for yogurt powders but generally they are made from cultured milk. Cover your dehydrator tray with parchment paper. Spoon yogurt mixture into a resealable baggie (also pipping bags or even reusable pouches work great here) and cut the very end of the bag off.