Frozen Yogurt Bark
We love this protein packed Frozen Yogurt Bark as a refreshing naturally sweet snack, dessert and afternoon craving buster! Creamy Greek yogurt is sprinkled with fresh strawberries, blueberries and crunchy pistachios checking all the boxes for a yummy treat!
Frozen Greek Yogurt Bark with Berries
This yummy frozen treat is soooo fast to whip up and is truly one of our favorite frozen treats. It is definitely best to use Greek yogurt because it is thicker and a lot higher in protein than regular yogurt. You can use different fruits and other toppings to make it however you and your kids like! We like to have some in our freeze all summer long to munch on.
How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark
Making frozen yogurt bark is basically the easiest recipe you will ever make and it’s impossible to mess up!
- In a bowl, whisk Greek yogurt, maple syrup, and vanilla together. Spread on a parchment lined baking sheet in an even layer.
- Sprinkle berries and other toppings evenly across the top of the yogurt.
- Freeze for about 4 hours, break into pieces and enjoy!
Ingredients in Frozen Yogurt Bark
- Greek Yogurt – you can use plain or vanilla Greek yogurt. If you use vanilla you can omit the maple syrup and vanilla.
- Fruit – we love to use strawberries and blueberries, but you can really use any fruit you like. I prefer using fresh fruit, but if you don’t have fresh available, frozen works too. Frozen fruit tends to bleed colors into the yogurt, but if that doesn’t bother you, then go for it!
- Extras – crunchy nuts are super yummy in this recipe and I like pistachios, pecans, or sliced almonds.
Customize Your Frozen Yogurt Bark!
There are lots of different ways to make this frozen treat. Here are some ideas for you:
- Fruit Options. There are so many yummy fruits you can use to make this! Kiwi, pineapple, bananas, mango, raspberries, and peaches all go really well in this recipe.
- Toppings Ideas. Lots and lots of fun options! These are some of our favorites: granola, coconut flakes, mini chocolate chips, white chocolate chips, chopped nuts, chia seeds, and sprinkles.
- Yogurt Mix-ins. Swirl peanut butter, cocoa powder, jam, and fruit puree with Greek yogurt to make a totally different flavored frozen yogurt bark.
Yummy Yogurt Bark Combinations:
- Chunky Monkey. Greek yogurt + cocoa powder + maple syrup + sliced bananas
- Trail Mix. Greek yogurt + granola + mini chocolate chips + blueberries
- Berry Blast. Greek yogurt + strawberry jam + strawberries + raspberries + blueberries
- Peanut Butter Cup. Greek yogurt + peanut butter + chopped peanuts + mini chocolate chips
- Health Nut. Greek yogurt + maple syrup + chia seeds + chopped pecans and pistachios
- Tropical Treat. Greek yogurt + maple syrup + coconut extract + coconut flakes + mango + pineapple
Frequently Asked Questions
After the yogurt bark is frozen, break into pieces and store in an airtight container for up to 3 months.
Yep! You can use any type of yogurt you want. I prefer Greek yogurt because it is thicker and higher in protein.
It will thaw if left out of the freezer for a while – the texture turns into a yogurt consistency but more icy.
You can break it into pieces using your hands, or using a large chef’s knife and placing pressure on the top of where you want the pieces to break.
Frozen Yogurt Bark
- 2 cups Greek yogurt, plain
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup blueberries
- 1/2 cup strawberries
- 1/4 cup pistachios chopped
- In a bowl, whisk the yogurt with maple syrup and vanilla until combined. and place onto a parchment lined cookie sheet.
- Spread onto a parchment lined baking sheet in an even layer.
- Top with blueberries, strawberries and pistachios.
- Freeze 4 hours or until frozen through. Break into pieces and enjoy! Store pieces in an airtight container for up to 3 months.
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Kids and husband raved about this one! Thanks for the simple, yummy idea!
Can you use Greek Yogourt?
Ah, I’m sorry, I see that you can have from your post. I’m reading and feeding my kid. Have yet to master the art of multitasking with a child. Thanks and will tryithis soon!
How long can you keep it once made in the freezer ?
Great recipe and I am super excited to add this one to make again but right now I just took it out of the freezer and was attempting to break… any hints or tips because I can’t get it loose off the pan without ripping the parchment paper so I took a pizza cutter to get a little start to help and it didn’t do much but just cut into the top layer, hasn’t loosened it much so I figured I’d send a comment to ask before I start destroying it trying to get it apart
Chelsea, thanks for your feedback! You can try putting a little hot water on the bottom of the pan for a minute to loosen it.
I thought it would be sweeter and creamier. Instead there was zero sweetness and it was icy.