Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries
Easy Refreshing Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries. Perfect for a Summer Treat or a Snack On-the-Go!
I love easy sweet snack recipes! This frozen yogurt bark with berries is the perfect, easy to make snack recipe. All there is to it is spreading some blueberry yogurt down on some parchment paper, placing a few dollops of vanilla yogurt, swirling them together, then topping them with berries and other toppings of your choice.
Yogurt bark recipes are so much fun, and the possibilities are always endless! There are no rules! Read along to see how I made this frozen yogurt bark with berries in no time!
Why You’ll Love This Yogurt Fruit Bark
It’s an easy to make snack recipe
Literally, all there is to making this recipe is spreading a thin layer of blueberry yogurt onto a pan, add in some toppings, and freeze. It’s so simple.
The possibilities are endless
You don’t have to use berries. Me personally, I love the blueberry and yogurt combo. That’s just me! However, you can always use strawberry, chocolate, peach, whatever flavor you’d like!
Great for kids
My daughter loves yogurt. It’s honestly about the only thing she’ll eat. This yogurt is a great idea for kids! Instead of berries, add in some sprinkles for a perfect kid-friendly snack!
Equipment You’ll Need
You won’t need a lot of equipment for this recipe. I used a 9×13 baking pan but use whatever size you have. Then I layered it with parchment paper so that the yogurt wouldn’t stick.
Here’s a tip!
A tip I like to do is take my sheet of parchment paper and crumble it into a ball then lay it back on to the cookie sheet. It’s much more pliable and won’t curl and mess up your layer of yogurt!
Ingredients You’ll Need…
I used 12 ounces of blueberry yogurt. You can just buy two of the little individual things of yogurt at the grocery store.
I put a few dollops of vanilla yogurt and swirled it around with a toothpick.
I used blueberries and blackberries, but you can use whatever kind of fruit you’d like!
I put some shavings of dark chocolate on mine, but the possibilities are endless when it comes to topping this yogurt bark.
Can I use Greek yogurt?
Yes! You can use whatever type of yogurt you want. The textures may slightly differ depending on the fat content but will all work just the same.
Do I have to use Blueberry yogurt?
No! You can use whatever flavors you want to make yogurt bark.
How thick do I make these?
You’ll want to spread your yogurt layer about as thick as a new pencil eraser. It’ll probably be around 1/2 of an inch. This will make it stick together without being flakey, but not too hard to bite into!
Step by Step How to Make Yogurt Bark
Take out a cookie sheet and layer it with a piece of parchment paper. Spread your blueberry yogurt onto the parchment paper about 1/2 of an inch thick. Take dollops of your vanilla yogurt and place them within the blueberry yogurt. With a spoon, swirl around the vanilla yogurt.
Place your berries on top of the yogurt. Also place any other toppings of your choice. (I used dark chocolate shavings) Place in the freezer for at least three hours. Take out and break apart with hand or use a sharp kitchen knife for cleaner lines. Store in a freezer bag for up to two weeks. Enjoy!
Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries
- Any Size Baking Pan or Cookie Sheet
- Parchment Paper
- Spatula or Large Spoon
- 12 oz Blueberry Yogurt (I used two 6oz containers)
- 3 tbsp Vanilla Yogurt
- Chocolate Shavings (Optional)
- Take out a cookie sheet and layer it with a piece of parchment paper. Spread your blueberry yogurt onto the parchment paper about 1/2 of an inch thick. Take dollops of your vanilla yogurt and place them within the blueberry yogurt. With a spoon, swirl around the vanilla yogurt.
- Place your berries on top of the yogurt. Also place any other toppings of your choice. (I used dark chocolate shavings) Place in the freezer for at least three hours. Take out and break apart with hand or use a sharp kitchen knife for cleaner lines. Store in a freezer bag for up to two weeks. Enjoy!
Before you go!
Please let me know if you tried this blueberry frozen yogurt recipe! What did you think? Did you add any other toppings or what flavors did you use? I’d love to hear from you! Please let me know here or in the comments below! Happy Snacking!