Skinny Strawberry Cheesecake Frozen Yogurt Sandwiches



Serving Size: 1 sandwich
These healthy frozen yogurt sandwiches are the perfect light summery treat! Feel free to substitute your favorite berries, or switch to honey or cinnamon graham crackers for a fun twist.

4 ½ sheets chocolate graham crackers

1 c plain nonfat Greek yogurt

0.25 oz (1 serving) sugar-free, fat-free instant pudding mix

2 tbsp Truvia (or other sweetener, to taste)
½ c strawberries, diced


  1. Carefully cut or break the 4 whole graham cracker sheets into halves. Cut 3 of the halves into half again. You should have 6 larger squares and 6 smaller rectangles.
  2. Line a 9”x5” loaf pan with foil. Place 3 larger squares top-side down along one of the 9” sides, and place 3 smaller rectangles next to them. (See photo in blog post above for a visual.) Bring the sides of the foil up snuggly against the sides of the graham crackers, and place a few paper towels between the foil and the pan’s edges to hold the foil in place.
  3. In a large bowl, beat the yogurt, pudding mix, and Truvia for 1-2 minutes or until thick. Gently fold in the diced strawberries. Evenly spread the yogurt mixture on top of the graham crackers in the pan. Top with the remaining graham crackers, top-side up. Make sure the foil is touching the sides of the top layer of graham crackers.
  4. Lay a piece of plastic wrap on top of the graham crackers, and place the pan in the freezer for 1-2 hours, or until the bars are barely firm. Remove from the freezer and take off the plastic wrap.
  5. Run a knife under hot water, and wipe the blade dry. Carefully slice through the frozen filling along the edges of the graham crackers to make 3 larger square sandwiches and 3 smaller rectangular sandwiches. Tightly wrap each sandwich in plastic wrap, and place in a freezer-safe zip-topped bag. Freeze until ready to eat.
  6. Before eating, thaw on the counter or in the microwave. For the larger square sandwiches, thaw at 30% power for 35-40 seconds. For the smaller rectangular sandwiches, thaw at 30% power for 25-30 seconds.
Notes: Just use the powdered pudding mix; do not prepare it according to the package directions. Most cheesecake-flavored sugar-free, fat-free instant pudding mixes come in a 1 oz box with 4 servings, but if yours is different, just use the equivalent of 1 serving of the powder.

I prefer fresh strawberries for these froyo sandwiches because they don’t bleed as much when folded into the yogurt. If you use frozen, let them thaw for a few minutes just until they’re easy enough to slice; do not let them come all the way to room temperature.

You can also make 9 smaller rectangular sandwiches instead by slicing the 6 larger square graham crackers before layering into the pan.

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