This Frozen Yogurt Bark is a 3 ingredient, 5-minute healthy summer snack you’ll want to have in your freezer all season. Super simple to make, it’s a frozen treat perfect for hot summer days.
If you have 5 minutes to pour yogurt onto a sheet pan and scatter some toppings, you definitely have time to make this refreshing and healthy summer snack!
I don’t know about you, but summer seems to bring out everyone’s snack cravings! The colder those snacks are… the better!
Freezers are stacked with popsicles, ice cream, ice cream sandwiches, and hopefully some fresh berries too.
This snack is a bit different but equally perfect for summer. So get ready to cool down and stock your freezer!
Yogurt Bark Ingredients and Substitutions
- Yogurt: A full-fat yogurt works best for creamy, delicious flavor. Greek yogurt seems to freezer better, but is also tart. If using it, you might want to also add honey to sweeten it up a bit. Use any flavor you like best.
- Berries: Any berries work well in this Yogurt Bark. Or, switch it up and add other fresh fruits like mango, kiwi, or even small pineapple chunks.
- Granola: I love to make my own easy homemade granola, but store-bought granola is super handy too. If you’re not a fan, you can skip the granola or add nuts or seeds instead!
How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark
- Line a baking sheet with parchment and spread yogurt evenly over the base to about 1/4 inch thick.
- Top with berries and sprinkle with granola.
- Freeze until firm.
Tips on Making Frozen Yogurt Bark
- Use full fat yogurt. Lighter yogurts tend to become icy when frozen, full-fat yogurts and Greek yogurt become more creamy when frozen.
- Small berries work best. Keep fruits small and bite size (like blueberries and raspberries). If using strawberries, cut them into smaller and thinner pieces.
- Line your baking sheet. This is important. Lining the baking sheet makes the yogurt bark easy to remove after freezing. Otherwise, it will stick to the sheet pan.
- Let the bark fully freeze. It’s hard to wait, but be sure to let the yogurt bark fully freeze and set up before snacking. I like to wait until the next day before nibbling.
Frozen Yogurt Bark Questions:
The yogurt bark will keep in a freezer airtight container for up 2 to 3 months. I like to add separate any yogurt bark layers with parchment or was paper.
No. You can use both fresh and frozen berries. You do need to keep them small though, so chopping fresh strawberries are a lot easier than frozen.
Absolutely! If you want your frozen treat a bit sweeter, add 1/4 cup of honey, agave, or maple syrup (or to taste) to the yogurt before spreading it in the pan. You can also add additional flavorings like lemon and vanilla.
I like to use a full-fat Greek yogurt because it’s a bit thicker and more creamy. When using plain yogurt, you may want to sweeten it a bit.
Always! I like the added crunch it gives to the bark, but you can eliminate it, or add finely chopped nuts, seeds, or even coconut flakes.
To make the yogurt bark vegan, use a plain dairy-free option and add maple syrup!
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- 2 cups whole milk vanilla yogurt
- ½ cup diced strawberries
- ¼ cup blueberries
- ¼ cup granola
- Line a rimmed baking quarter sheet with wax or parchment paper.
- Spoon the yogurt onto the prepared baking sheet and spread evenly to the edges.
- Scatter berries over the top and sprinkle the granola.
- Freeze until the yogurt is firm; about 3 hours. Cut into 12-15 pieces, and enjoy while frozen.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 15 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 43Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 22mgCarbohydrates: 5gFiber: 0gSugar: 4gProtein: 2g