Frozen yogurt bark

frozen yogurt bark

As the weather warms up and the idea of cold, and even frozen (Well hello nice cream <3 ), snacks start to appeal, I've started making and snacking on new kind of treats: Frozen Yogurt Bark. You don't need any special kitchen equipment or ingredients, and making of this delicious treat follows the same principle as standard chocolate bark, but it's made with Greek yogurt instead of melted chocolate. And you can sprinkle it with whatever you desire, the options are endless!

 

Β If you’re wondering, you can always use some other yogurt but I suggest you to try Greek yogurt. Based on my experiments, Greek yogurt works best as it’s thicker and contains less water; the less water is in the yogurt, the less icy and brittle the bark will be when it freezes πŸ˜‰ .

Is this delicious goody the New nice cream?

 

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INGREDIENTS:
500g Greek yogurt, unsweetened
2 tbsp honey or any other sweetener you prefer

Toppings: berries, nuts, granola, chocolate chips, raisins, dried apricots, shredded coconut, whatever you fancy πŸ™‚ . I had blueberries, raspberries and pistachios this time, and that combination was lush!

INSTRUCTIONS:
β€’ Mix the yogurt and honey (or any other sweetener) together until well combined.
β€’ Line a baking tray (the bigger you use the thinner the bark will be) with foil or baking paper and pour the yogurt mixture on top.
β€’ Spread it evenly.
β€’ Sprinkle the toppings of your choice on top of it and place in the freezer for 2-4 hours or until it is completely frozen.
β€’ Remove from the freezer and use a sharp knife to break the bark into pieces.

The bark can be stored in the freezer in food bags.

 

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The original recipe can be found here:
http://www.myfussyeater.com/frozen-yogurt-bark/

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