frozen yogurt with vanilla yogurt, toasted coconut almonds and raspberries

Frozen Yogurt Bark

Frozen Yogurt Bark is a healthy snack that you can eat for breakfast or throughout the day as a yummy treat. You can customize the bark with different flavors, textures, whatever you want. I chose to make a vanilla, raspberry, toasted coconut frozen yogurt bark. How’s that for a description? Pretty long, right? It was amazing though and I highly recommend making this.

Frozen yogurt bark doesn’t require much preparation and it requires ZERO cooking. ZERO! Recap, very little prep and no cooking. Oh, and I almost forgot, this is a healthy snack! This amazing snack checks all the boxes for something sweet, creamy, and appetizing to eat.

Bark Ingredients

The prep work is minimal and the main reason for that is because there aren’t a lot of ingredients that go into it. It’s a very simple snack, but sometimes less is more, right? And that is definitely the case when it comes to this frozen yogurt bark.

For the Frozen Vanilla, Raspberry, Toasted Coconut Yogurt Bark, you will need:

  • 2 cups Vanilla Yogurt
  • 1/2 cup Toasted Coconut Almonds Blue Diamond makes them pre-packaged
  • 1/2 cup Raspberries fresh or frozen

Making The Bark

As previously mentioned, there is minimal preparation for this snack and it requires no cooking. Therefore, making this frozen yogurt bark is super easy and requires little effort on you. The best part about that is that you, your family, and friends will all love this tasty treat. You don’t need to slave over recipes for everyone to enjoy them and this is one of those perfect examples of that.

That being said, you do have to do something to make this yummy snack. First, line a baking sheet with parchment paper to fit. After that, spread out the vanilla yogurt so that it covers most of the baking sheet. Be careful not to spread the yogurt too thin. If it’s too thin, the yogurt will get icy, when it freezes. We want the yogurt to be thick enough that retains the yogurt flavor and isn’t overridden by an icy consistency.

After the yogurt is laid out, move on to the raspberries. Cut each raspberry into 2 or 3 pieces and sprinkle them throughout the yogurt. Make sure you drop them into the yogurt enough that they will not fall out, but don’t push them into the yogurt. You don’t want to bury the berries!

Finally, move on to the almonds. I used toasted coconut almonds by Blue Diamond. If you haven’t heard of or tried these, you need to buy some asap. For real! They are DELIGHTFULLY DELICIOUS. Each almond tastes like a coconut cookie. And they are healthy! So much so I want to eat the whole bag. Of course, that would nullify the healthiness so I try to control myself. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Anyway, crush up the almonds and then sprinkle the pieces over the yogurt.

All that is left is to freeze up the bark. Place the pan in the freezer for a minimum of 2 hours. Once solidified, break off a piece of the frozen yogurt bark and enjoy a slice of frozen heaven!

Perfect Frozen Snack

If you are in the mood for something cold, you might opt for some ice cream. Perhaps, an icy popsicle or freeze pop. All of those frozen treats are great for cooling you down and satisfying the urge for something sweet and frosty.

However, wouldn’t you prefer to have a healthy and nutritional frozen snack? Yogurt is high in protein and low in fat and calories when compared to it’s evil step-sister, ice cream. There are a variety of flavors and levels of fat; regular, low fat, and no fat. Even at the ‘regular’ level or full fat version of yogurt, there is less fat than in the same serving of ice cream! Yes, it’s true and it’s just as delicious. Maybe not as creamy, but just as tasty.

If you whip up a batch of frozen yogurt bark, you can satisfy your ice cream cravings and keep your levels of fats and calories for the day in check. And keep your frosty sweet tooth happy.

Eat It Quickly

Ice cream melts quickly and frozen yogurt does too! When you take the frozen yogurt bark out of the freezer, make sure you break apart what you are serving and serve it immediately. It will melt as soon as it touches the warm air. Don’t worry if it starts to get mushy, you can put it back in the freezer and it will harden up again. Just don’t leave it out for a prolonged amount of time. You don’t want the yogurt to get too warm, especially on a hot day. Just like all dairy products, they don’t do well in a warm climate for an extended amount of time because the bacteria could get you sick.

You probably don’t have to worry about leaving this yogurt out for too long though. This frozen treat is so good, you probably won’t have leftovers to re-freeze!

Frozen Yogurt Bark

Vanilla Yogurt with Raspberries & Toasted Coconut Almonds come together magnificently for a tasty snack with this Frozen Yogurt Bark.
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Breakfast, Snack
Keyword: bark, yogurt
Servings: 8 people

Ingredients

  • 2 cups Vanilla Yogurt
  • 1/2 cup Toasted Coconut Almonds Blue Diamond makes them pre-packaged
  • 1/2 cup Raspberries fresh or frozen

Instructions

  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Spread the yogurt on the lined baking sheet, covering as much of the sheet as possible, but be careful not to spread too thin.
    spreading the yogurt for the frozen yogurt bark
  • Cut each raspberry into 2 to 3 pieces and sprinkle them onto the yogurt.
    adding the raspberries to the frozen yogurt bark
  • Crush up the toasted almonds and then sprinkle them throughout the yogurt.
    adding the toasted coconut almonds to the raspberries and vanilla yogurt for the frozen yogurt bark
  • Place pan in the freezer and let freeze for 2 hours or longer.
  • Once frozen, break apart pieces.
  • ENJOY!
    frozen yogurt with vanilla yogurt, toasted coconut almonds and raspberries

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating




*