This post has been sponsored by Two Good™ by Light & Fit®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Yogurt bark is a light and delicious snack made with a handful of ingredients. This Greek yogurt bark is so simple and easy that even a kid can make it.
I love making desserts and snacks using yogurt because of its flavor and light texture. I usually make parfaits with yogurt, like this pomegranate parfait, which is great for breakfast or as a snack. Yogurt bark is another good way to use yogurt, and it is so easy to make.
Delicious yogurt bark for breakfast or as a snack
Yogurt bark is basically frozen yogurt that can be broken into bite size pieces. It's a fun way to eat yogurt, and you can add so many delicious toppings to make it even more fun and interesting. I usually use Two Good™ Yogurt by Light & Fit® to make these because they have 2g of sugar per 5.3 oz serving, which is great because you can actually enjoy the flavor instead of eating a bunch of sugar. I picked it up at my local Safeway, where you can actually save $0.50 on 1 Two Good™ Yogurt! Click below to save at your local store.
Kids love yogurt bark, and you can even let them choose their toppings. I love making a big batch of this recipe and store it in the freezer. Then, whenever we are craving a snack that's light-tasting and slightly sweet, we can grab a frozen treat and enjoy it!
To make a tasty yogurt bark, you need Two Good yogurt (I used mixed berry, but Safeway carries different flavors such as peach and vanilla as well), honey, chocolate chips, dried raspberries, and shredded coconut. That's all you need. Pretty simple and straightforward, right?
Add two packs of Two Good yogurt into a bowl, add in 1 tablespoon honey, and mix well. Spread this mixture on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Make sure you spread the yogurt evenly so that it's not too thick or thin.
Top this yogurt spread with dried raspberries, chocolate chips and shredded unsweetened coconut. Place the baking sheet in the freezer for about two hours or until the yogurt is fully frozen and you can easily separate it from the parchment paper. Break it into pieces and serve immediately.
This is a wonderful breakfast, snack or dessert option if you're looking for a slightly sweet but very tasty treat that require minimal hand-on preparation time.
How long can yogurt bark stay at room temperature?
Since there is no cream or extra fat in the yogurt bark, it can stay at room temperature for about 15 minutes without melting. Make sure you freeze the leftovers on a baking sheet in the freezer.
Can I make frozen yogurt bark ahead of time?
Definitely. This is the best thing about this recipe. You can make it ahead of time and serve it once you're ready. You can even double or triple the recipe, spread it on a big baking sheet, and then use several toppings to have different flavors of yogurt bark on one baking sheet. This easy frozen treat is perfect for parties and gatherings.
Additions and variations
This time, I made raspberry chocolate frozen yogurt bark but the possibilities and flavors are endless. Here are some of my favorite variations:
- Nuts such as chopped almonds, walnuts and pecans.
- Fresh fruit like strawberries, blueberries or slices of peach.
- Espresso beans
Raspberry Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Bark
- 2 pack Two Good® by Light & Fit™ Mixed berry
- 1 tablespoon honey
- ¼ cup chocolate chips
- 2 tbsp unsweetened shredded coconut
- 2 tablespoon frozen raspberries
- Add the Two Good® by Light & Fit™ yogurt into a bowl.
- Add in honey and mix until well combined.
- Spread the yogurt mixture on a baking sheet evenly. Make sure the spread isn't too thin or too thick.
- Sprinkle the chocolate chips, shredded coconut and raspberries on the yogurt spread.
- Place the baking sheet in the freezer for two hours or until it's fully frozen and easy to handle.
- Break it into barks and serve immediately.
- Frozen yogurt bark can stay at room temperature for about 15 minutes. Freeze the leftovers immediately.
Make sure to visit Two Good by Light & Fit and grab this coupon to purchase the yogurt.