Healthy and easy to make Frozen Yogurt Bark. This Red, white, and blue breakfast idea is perfect for summertime. Fresh berries sprinkled throughout a delicious yogurt bark what more could one ask for?
Healthy Yogurt Bark
Frozen Yogurt Bark
Even though I suggest this as the perfect summer breakfast, it’s also a great dessert and snack idea.
Your kids and your friends will love eating this sweet and crunchy yogurt bark. Plus, it’s good for them too.
Yogurt Bark Ideas
In our opinion, the best time to eat frozen yogurt bark is as a summertime snack or dessert.
Not only is it cold and refreshing, but it’s also packed with nutrition from yogurt, fruit, and nuts.
The combination of creamy yogurt and crunchy granola gives the bark a satisfying flavor and texture.
Eating frozen yogurt bark in the summer keeps you full and refreshed. And if you want to make this a red, white, and blue breakfast idea for the Fourth of July, add fresh raspberries and blueberries on top. Enjoy!
Can you use foil for yogurt bark?
I prefer using parchment paper, but you can use foil for yogurt bark.
Foil is a great way to maintain the shape of the yogurt bark and contain all the ingredients against any stickiness. It also helps keep your yogurt frozen when stored in the freezer.
To ensure your yogurt bark sets properly, line a baking sheet with parchment paper or foil before pouring in your desired ingredients. Enjoy!
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Yogurt Bark Recipe
These are the ingredients that we used to put together this delicious and easy Frozen Yogurt Bark Recipe.
- nonfat yogurt
- vanilla extract
- lemon juice
Start by lining a baking sheet with parchment paper and set it aside. In a large mixing bowl combine your yogurt, honey, vanilla, and lemon juice.
Whisk your yogurt until it’s thoroughly combined.
Yogurt Bark with Granola
Transfer your yogurt mixture to the previously prepared baking sheet and spread it around to an even thickness.
Top the yogurt with your favorite berries.
Garnish with granola and place your tray in the freezer for 2-4 hours.
Break it into pieces when you are ready to serve or eat your frozen yogurt bark. And now it’s ready to devour.
A tip for frozen yogurt is to keep it in the freezer until you are ready to serve it.
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How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark:
- Pick your favorite yogurt to use
- Pick toppings like fresh fruit, granola, cereal, rainbow sprinkles, and chocolate chips.
- Spread the yogurt on a piece of parchment paper in an even layer (don’t spread it too thin – thicker is better)
- Add your toppings
- Freeze, break into pieces, and enjoy!
When making your own yogurt bark, you can use Greek yogurt for added protein and fiber.
With just a few ingredients like nuts, dried fruits, coconut chips, and honey, you can quickly whip up a delicious and healthy yogurt bark.
It’s so easy to make and looks great too! You can also add seeds or nut butters for an added layer of flavor.
So go ahead, and customize your yogurt bark the way you like it – the possibilities are endless!
Yogurt Bark with Berries
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Yogurt Bark Recipe
Frozen Yogurt Bark
- 2 cups nonfat yogurt
- 1/4 cup honey
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1/4 teaspoon lemon juice
- Pinch of salt
- Strawberries sliced
- Start by lining a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
- In a large mixing bowl combine yogurt, honey, vanilla, lemon juice, and salt.
- Whisk until thoroughly combined.
- Transfer yogurt mixture to the previously prepared baking sheet and spread it around to an even thickness.
- Top with berries.
- Garnish with granola.
- Freeze for 2 to 3 hours, or until firm.
- Break into pieces.
- Keep in the freezer before serving,
- Serve and enjoy!
Will this be ok without the lemon juice? I have a kiddo with a sensitivity to lemons but she would love this!
If I were to break these into individual portions for a brunch potluck, how many decent sized portions could I get out of one batch?