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Frozen Yogurt Bark…

We are having one hot summer! My kids are enjoying their healthy frozen sweet treats to cool them down like ice pops and ice cream , which are simple recipes that are yummy and not loaded with sugar. I have another one that I’ve put into rotation that is a hit with the young’uns as well as the adults in our household.

My kids love a snack so, they force me to keep my creative juices flowing to come up with new ones so they don’t get bored. This frozen yogurt bark is so easy to make that the kids can get involved too! I love including my kids in the kitchen when I can and this one is perfect for it.

This recipe is so versatile you can literally be as creative as you want and you can also please even the pickiest crowd simply by adding anything you think might work with yogurt. For this one, I made one batch, which I divided in two so both kids could enjoy their favorites: Mabel loves berries and Evelyn loves granola.

Here’s what you’ll need:

Baking pan
Parchment paper
Spatula
6oz Stoneyfield yogurts x2
Mixed berries (or whatever you choose)
Granola

This recipe is so versatile you can literally be as creative as you want...

Line your square baking tin with parchment paper. Pour both yogurt containers in and spread it out with your spatula. But not too thin as you need the fruit and granola to set within the yogurt. In this case I scattered a handful of mixed berries– strawberries and blueberries on one side for Mabel and the other with the granola, which Evelyn prefers. Place in the freezer for 2 hours. When it is frozen solid, peel the parchment paper off and start breaking the yogurt block with your hands into chunks and serve. It’s that easy!

Yogurt melts pretty quickly so once I’ve broken my yogurt into bark I transfer it into a freezer Ziploc bag and put it back in the freezer. The beauty of this snack is that it can last for a good month in the freezer.

What are your favorite yogurt bark combos?

Happy snacking!

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Gail says:

What a great idea and so easy too! My girls LOVE yogurt, especially my five and two year-old. I’m going to try dried tart cherries and granola on one side and diced bananas and blueberries with granola on the other. I’m wondering if the bananas will turn brown or freeze well? I like the idea that it stays well in a zip-lock too. Maybe a good grab-and-go breakfast for my older girls who never seem to have time for breakfast on the way to school!

Thanks for sharing the great idea, Emma! Enjoy the rest of the summer with your family!

Emma Heming Willis says:

So happy you liked it! I’m making a new batch today and will try yours! xx

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