Have you ever heard of yoghurt bark before today? because I’d never ever heard of it until recently.
If you love smoothies, you’ll absolutely love yoghurt bark. It’s basically a smoothie, frozen with some added granola to give it that extra kick.
Not only is this a healthy breakfast / low calorie snack for us adults, but this is actually perfect for babies/toddlers also (down below I’ve left some tips on how to make this a baby/toddler friendly breakfast). That’s what I love about these kind of recipes, it caters for all ages.
So if you’d like to get making this yourself, the recipe is below:
Category: Breakfast / Snack
Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Freeze Time: 4 – 5 Hours
Overall Time – 4/5hr 10min
Ingredients You Need:
- 500g Of Greek Low-Fat Yoghurt
- 500g Of Frozen Berries
- 3tbsp Of Honey
- 100g Of Simply Granola
How To Make Yoghurt Bark:
- Firstly, gather together your equipment and ingredients and line a 9×9 baking tin with parchment paper.
- Secondly, add the 500g of Greek yoghurt, 350g of frozen berries and 3tbsp of honey into your blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour the yoghurt mixture onto your lined baking tin and spread with a spoon/paddle knife until you have a smooth layer.
- Next, sprinkle on your remaining frozen fruit and the 100g of granola.
- Once your happy with your yoghurt bark, place it into the freezer for around 4 to 5 hours to freeze completely (TIP: you can leave in freezer until ready for use).
- Finally, when the yoghurt bark has frozen, take out the freezer and allow to sit for 15 minutes before using a knife to chop into pieces.
That’s your Berry Yoghurt Bark prepared, frozen and ready for you to enjoy!
Tips For Yoghurt Bark:
- To store your yoghurt bark, you need to place the pieces into a air tight container and place in the freezer.
- You can freeze the bark for up to 1 month.
- If you’d like to make this baby/toddler friendly, don’t add the granola or add the frozen fruit on top.
- I used Greek yoghurt which can be quite tart therefore, I’d add an extra tablespoon of honey if you find it not sweet enough.
- You can use fresh fruit rather than frozen if you prefer.
- Personally, I’d only use plain and vanilla yoghurt for this bark as the berries give it the flavour.
Something I love about today’s bake is how easy it is to make yet it really packs a punch with flavour.
If your looking to spice up your breakfast’s then I really think this is worth a try. It’s a great way to start the day for any age!
If you get making this yourself, let me know your thoughts on it – I always love hearing your feed back.
Sending you all tons of love & hugs as always,