Try this healthy frozen yogurt bark recipe when you’re craving a sweet, refreshing treat with protein, fibre, and other good-for-you nutrients. These frozen yogurt bars are made with simple ingredients like frozen raspberries, natural yogurt, and white chocolate for a simple yet satisfying treat.
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Did I mention this yogurt bark is easy to make? It requires less than seven ingredients and only takes 10 minutes to come together. The longest part of this recipe is the wait time when the bark is setting/freezing. Otherwise, you’ll find this recipe requires minimal time and cooking skills.
My favourite part about these Greek yogurt frozen bars is that they are easily adjusted to your taste preferences. You can swap out raspberries for other berries (or fruit bits) of your choosing. Additionally, you can add chopped nuts, chocolate bits, granola, and other similar items on top for an even more exciting texture.
Frozen raspberries add a delicious summery taste to this frozen yogurt bark. However, you can use other frozen berries, like blueberries or strawberries, for this recipe. Or, use a combination of the three.
I love using natural yogurt for this yogurt bark. However, you can also use plain Greek yogurt if you prefer. Both options are high in protein, calcium, probiotics, and other nutrients.
Adding white chocolate to this yogurt bark recipe helps create sweetness and an extra-rich flavour. However, you can also use dark or milk chocolate; the flavour will still pair well with raspberries. Though, it dark/milk chocolate will make the dessert feel more decadent.
See the recipe card for full information on ingredients and quantities.
Yogurt bark is a great dessert recipe since you can add nearly any fruit you’d like. Anything from berries to kiwi, mango, and pineapple works well in this recipe. Frozen or fresh fruit will work for this recipe.
You can also make this bark recipe vegan using dairy-free yogurt instead of natural yogurt. In this case, you will also need to replace honey with agave or maple syrup. Swap the white chocolate for a dairy-free chocolate alternative, and the recipe is ready to go!
3. Combine the cooled raspberry sauce with the natural yogurt and vanilla extract in a mixing bowl (Image 3).
4. In a bowl add the milk chocolate to melt over some boiling water (Image 4).
5. Once mixed together, pour into in a 12 inch by 10 inch tray. Now to use your artistic talent! Add small spoonfuls of the melted white chocolate across the mixture in the tray. Using the other end of a spoon, drag the spoon through the white chocolate to form the funky swirls (Image 5).
6. Freeze for around 2-3 hours, or until firm. Slice into individual portions and enjoy! (Image 6).
Use small fruit pieces. It’s best to use smaller fruit pieces when making yogurt bark. If you use too large fruit bits, the bark will be challenging to cut once set.
Add parchment paper to the baking sheet. While you can pour the yogurt mixture directly into a sheet/baking pan, it is more likely to stick to the tray and be difficult to remove. Instead, add a sheet of parchment paper first for easier removal.
Be patient. The hardest part of this recipe is waiting for the yummy bark to set! It should take about three hours to harden in the freezer. Don’t remove it too early; you’ll be left with goopy spots.
If you use a yogurt with more water (think thinner yogurt), it’s more likely to get icy as it freezes. Your best bet for yogurt bark is to use a thicker option, like full-fat Greek yogurt. The less water in the yogurt, the better for a frozen yogurt bar recipe.
A yogurt bar has many of the same ingredients as frozen Greek yogurt bark, plain yogurt (or vanilla yogurt), fruit, sweetener (like agave), chocolate chips, etc. Yogurt bars can be fruity, chocolatey, or nearly any sweet flavour you desire.
Ensure you pack your frozen yogurt bar recipe (or yogurt bark) in an airtight baggie before freezing. If packed correctly, it can stay in the freezer for up to three months. Cut and layer this frozen fruit dessert between parchment paper before freezing for easier eating later on.
Yes, it’s safe to eat yogurt bars (frozen prior). Ensure you’re using yogurt that has not expired to create healthy frozen yogurt desserts.
If you tried this Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries recipe, it would be mean so much to me if you could leave a review & a star rating to let me know how you found it! I love hearing about your experiences – it motivates me to keep creating more and more recipes for you guys 💛 Let’s get cooking! – Mimi x