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If you are trying to manage your sugar intake but still want to indulge your sweet tooth, this frozen yogurt bark recipe is for you. Not only is it simple and quick to make, but it’s also really fun to eat!
Yogurt bark is special because it can be made to fit your preferences. Regular yogurt bark and Greek yogurt bark will both yield very similar results so use whatever you prefer or have on hand.
Sweeten Greek yogurt, which is high in protein and low in sugar, with honey. Smooth and top with your favorite toppings: fruit, granola, nuts, and seeds all work beautifully.
We went with chocolate and peanut butter because we think this is a superior combination but we encourage creativity and customization with any of our recipes. The right dish for you is one that makes you feel good from the inside out so make any substitutes that suit your health needs and your sweet tooth!
Yogurt Bark Recipe
- 1 cup Greek yogurt
- 2 tsp honey
- 1 oz peanuts
- 1 oz mini or regular chocolate chips
- Combine yogurt and honey in small bowl.
- Transfer yogurt combination onto parchment-lined cookie sheet.
- Smooth yogurt until even in thickness (about ¼ of an inch).
- Top with peanut butter, peanuts and chocolate chips.
- Freeze for a minimum of 1 hour.
- Break into smaller portions and enjoy or store in airtight container in freezer for up to 3 months.
Yogurt Bark FAQs
How long does yogurt take to freeze?
This depends on the thickness of your bark but we recommend at least one hour in the freezer.
Why is my frozen yogurt icy?
If you leave your yogurt in the freezer too long uncovered this may happen. If you take it out to room temperature, the ice should melt off. We recommend storing your bark in an airtight container if you plan on enjoying it later!