These tiny yogurt dessert cups will be the hit of the party!
For all of you tea and coffee lovers out there (or chai, hot chocolate, steamers, lattes, or whatever your drink of choice may be!), I have a super cute dessert idea for you!
Introducing … Coffee Cup Yogurt Cookies!
Don’t be deceived. These little cups are a breeze to whip up! While you might not want to lift them by their “handles,” these cute little phyllo shell-and-Cheerio cups are the perfect sweet home to this easy yogurt filling. (And you buy the phyllo cups already made -- how easy -- so these take 15 minutes tops!)
When you top the yogurt filling with a little whipped cream, and place them on their super-cute little “saucers”….the adorable factor goes right through the roof!
The fun thing is that these are totally customizable too. Feel free to fill with your favorite flavor of yogurt or top with your favorite drink toppings. Either way, they are totally easy, delicious, and a fun way to enjoy your cup o’ Joe. Err…yogurt.
Here’s the how-to!
That’s not butter! Begin by melting some white almond bark to form the glue for your cup handle.
Then use that tasty glue to gently press a Cheerio into the side of a phyllo shells. (If it starts to fall down, just set the cup on its side up against a bowl for a minute until it cools and hardens.) Repeat with the whole batch of shells.
Then mix up your second bowl of goodness – some Yoplait Boston Cream Pie yogurt and cocoa!
The yogurt will turn nice and chocolate-y and look like a creamy latee!
Then spoon a tablespoon or so of yogurt into each little cup, and place each one on a cookie saucer. (You can glue it down with your melted almond bark if you’d like.)
Then top with a spot of whipped cream and dust with a little cocoa...
And you’re ready to go!
Way too cute! Almost too cute to eat. But you must dive in – they are delicious!!
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