Frozen yogurt bark is SO easy to make and beyond delicious! Load it up with your favorite toppings for a summer treat that’s both tasty and healthy.
If you love this yogurt bark, you’ll have to try out some of these other healthy, fruity recipes this summer: fruit pizza, fruit skewers, or Greek yogurt fruit pops!
Frozen Yogurt Bark Recipe
Looking for a treat to beat the summer heat? This frozen yogurt bark is the perfect choice! This cool and colorful dessert combines creamy yogurt, tasty berries, and crunchy nuts for a delightful snack that’s as easy to make as it is to enjoy. You simply spoon yogurt onto parchment paper then add a bunch of fresh berries like strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries on top. Sprinkle some pistachios for a satisfying crunch and a bit of crushed freeze-dried strawberries if you’re feeling fancy. Pop it all in the freezer for a few hours, and then you’ve got yourself the perfect healthy summer treat.
The best part? You can totally make it your own! Swap out the berries for your favorites – maybe some ripe peaches or tangy kiwis? Add some granola or coconut flakes for extra texture. Whether you’re chilling by the pool, having a picnic, or just hanging out, this frozen yogurt bark will keep you feeling refreshed and satisfied. You’re going to want to make it all the time!
Ingredients You’ll Need
Get ready for a delicious frozen treat that screams summer! This yogurt bark recipe mixes smooth vanilla and strawberry yogurt with fresh berries, crunchy pistachios, and crushed freeze-dried strawberries. It’s a fun and tasty combo that’s as refreshing as it is yummy. Check out the recipe card below for exact measurements.
- Whole Milk Vanilla and Strawberry Yogurt: I used a mix of both for sweet and fruity flavor. You can use any flavor you want, I just recommend using whole milk yogurt so your bark doesn’t end up too icy.
- Fresh Berries: I used a mix of strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries. Take advantage of them all being in season right now!
- Chopped Pistachios: I LOVE pistachios. They add the best flavor and a bit of crunch! You can also use other chopped nuts or things like shredded coconut instead.
- Freeze-Dried Strawberries: (Optional) For a little extra berry flavor in each bite.
How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark
This healthy dessert is super easy to make. Even kids can do it! Grab your favorite yogurt and toppings and let’s get started.
- Add Yogurt to Parchment Paper: Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and spoon the two yogurts onto it. Use the back of a spoon to swirl the two yogurts together for a marbled effect.
- Add Toppings: Top with the fresh berries, pistachios, and a dusting of crushed freeze dried strawberries.
- Freeze: Place in the freezer until completely frozen, about 3 hours.
- Break Into Pieces: Remove from the freezer and either cut into pieces or break apart into various sized pieces.
- Enjoy: Eat while still chilled and store the remaining pieces in the freezer for a delicious snack as desired.
Tips and Variations
The great thing about yogurt bark is how customizable it is. You can make it just to your liking with all of your favorite toppings!
- Different Types of Yogurt: The kind of yogurt is very easily changed out for your preferred flavor, but the whole milk varieties freezer better and with fewer ice crystals. Try out Greek yogurt for an extra tang to your bark!
- Swap Out Fruit: You may use whichever fruit you choose, such as kiwis, pineapple, mango, cherries, pomegranate, or other berries. If you use frozen fruit instead of fresh, avoid using larger ones like strawberries or pineapple. The large fruits are better used fresh so you can cut them into smaller pieces, making them easier to eat.
- Make Your Yogurt Bark Sweeter: If you don’t want your frozen yogurt bark to be too tangy, add a drizzle of honey or maple syrup.
- More Toppings: Other yogurt bark topping ideas include: various nuts or seeds, granola, chocolate chips, other freeze-dried fruits, peanut butter cups, or even M&Ms or Oreos!
How Long Does Frozen Yogurt Bark Last?
The great thing about frozen yogurt bark is it has a nice, long shelf life. You can enjoy it all summer long!
- In the Freezer: Freeze leftover bark in an airtight container or freezer bag for up to 3 months. I recommend enjoying it in the first month or so, this is when it will have the best texture.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and spoon the two yogurts onto it. Use the back of a spoon to swirl the two yogurts together for a marbled effect.
Top with the fresh berries, pistachios, and a dusting of crushed freeze dried strawberries.
Place in the freezer until completely frozen, about 3 hours.
Remove from the freezer and either cut into pieces or break apart into various sized pieces.
Eat while still chilled and store the remaining pieces in the freezer for a delicious snack as desired.
Calories74kcal (4%)Carbohydrates7g (2%)Protein4g (8%)Fat4g (6%)Saturated Fat2g (10%)Polyunsaturated Fat0.5gMonounsaturated Fat1gCholesterol11mg (4%)Sodium38mg (2%)Potassium183mg (5%)Fiber1g (4%)Sugar5g (6%)Vitamin A98IU (2%)Vitamin C10mg (12%)Calcium105mg (11%)Iron0.2mg (1%)
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.