During the summer months, I love making a great refreshing treat like this strawberry frozen yogurt bark. I love making a lot of different strawberries and yogurt dessert.
Strawberries and yogurt literally go hand in hand. You know what? I’m totally okay with that!
You Can Add Different Toppings to Your Frozen Yogurt Bark
One of the best things about this frozen yogurt bark recipe is that you don’t have to be so strict with the various ingredients in the recipe I’m sharing with you.
This doesn’t have to be a fresh strawberries and yogurt dessert. You can totally have fun with lots of fresh different berries, granola, and morsel bites.
Why not try some blueberries and butterscotch chips? Oh! That sounds just heavenly. Here are some other fabulous suggestions to use:
- sliced cherries
- sliced bananas
- shredded coconut
- granola (lots of different flavors to try!)
- white chocolate chips
- butterscotch chips
- mini M&M’s
Those are my favorite types of toppings to use in my frozen yogurt bark recipe. A little bit of each of these ingredients can a long way, so you don’t need an extreme amount of any of them if you want to create your very own “Picasso work of art” bark.
The Frozen Yogurt Bark is a GREAT Sensory Recipe to Make with Kids!
I always love finding ways to incorporate kids into the kitchen. It’s great to teach them how the feed they eat is made.
I love that there’s so many different textures and dimensions in this yogurt bark recipe. You have the roughness of the granola, the smoothness of the chocolate chips, and miniature texture on the strawberries.
Children will love making this recipe because of it, and you’ll love making it with them because of how easy the recipe is to make with very little cleanup to do afterwards.
You Can Always Make Your Own Granola!
If you’re worried about the different types of granola out there and what type to use in this recipe, don’t worry! You can always make your own homemade granola! They’re super easy to make, and they’re just perfect with the frozen yogurt bark. Of course, you can save the granola after you made it to eat as a snack, or save it for your breakfast yogurt.
This way you can make whatever flavored granola you want…including chocolate! Chocolate is great on everything, don’t ya’ think?
Here’s the strawberries and yogurt dessert bark recipe for you to easily print and save for later!
Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark
You'll love how easy and delicious my strawberry frozen yogurt bark is to make. Plus, it's so delicious!
- • 2 cups of Plain Yogurt
- • 1/4 cup of Honey
- • 1/2 teaspoon of Vanilla Extract
- • 1/4 teaspoon of Lemon Juice
- • Pinch of Salt
- • (5) Strawberries (sliced)
- • Dark Chocolate Chips
- • Granola Clusters
1. Start by lining a
baking sheet with parchment paper and set side .
2. In a mixing bowl
combine yogurt, honey, vanilla, lemon juice, and salt.
3. Mix until smooth, and
4. Pour your yogurt
mixture on to baking sheet and spread evenly.
5. Sprinkle with granola
clusters, and dark chocolate chips.
6. Top with strawberry
7. Freeze for 2 to 3
hours, or until firm.
8. Cut into pieces and
More Yogurt Bark Recipes That You’ll Go Crazy Over!
I have some awesome DIY bark recipes to share with you that I think you’re gonna just LOVE to look at and make!
- Magical Unicorn Bark
- Sugar Cookie Dough Bark for Lovers
- Peppermint Oreo Cookie Bark
- Minty Peppermint Chocolate Bark
- It’s not bark, but it kinda is. Candy Corn Fudge!
I hope you enjoy making my frozen yogurt bark recipe, and I hope you have fun mixing it up a bit to really make it your own.
What are some ways that you would make this recipe? Extra chocolate? A side of whipped cream or possible salted caramel sauce?
Lemme know in the comments. I can’t wait to see what you come up with!