Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries
- 2 cups plain Greek-style yogurt
- 3 tablespoons mixed berry preserves
- 1 cup sliced fresh strawberries
- 2 tablespoons granola
- 2 tablespoons unsweetened coconut flakes
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Spread yogurt onto the prepared sheet to a layer about ½-inch thick.
- Dot the yogurt with preserves. Swirl preserves into the yogurt with a spatula; top with berries, granola, and coconut chips.
- Freeze until firm, about 4 hours.
- Break yogurt into irregular pieces to serve.
Feel free to mix up the berries and flavorings as you like. Try a mix of raspberries, blueberries and blackberries instead of strawberries. Swap out the mixed berry preserves for peach, and layer the bark with thinly sliced peaches, apricots or nectarines.
What others are saying
Aja A says:
WOW! It's all I can say. I think to my favorite culinary cookware store that sells peppermint bark and I come across this recipe. No, it's not the same, but watching the video I realized I can make this easily no problem and healthier. I used a blackberry Greek yogurt and I was quite pleased with how it turned out. It's like the 'jerky' of froyo. Well kinda, not really.
Tarragon Boi says:
I tried a similar recipe a while ago, and this turned out much better. I think the difference was that they use Greek yogurt instead of normal yogurt in this recipe. That made a huge difference.
Steve Failows says:
beautiful and delicious! they do start to melt once they are out of the freezer for a little bit, so just be sure to serve when people are ready to dive in. I also love this recipe with mandarin oranges, so juicy and refreshing!
Queen Foodie says:
I love that this recipe uses preserves ... they really boost the flavor of the fruit. 🍓🍓
Alyx Leigh says:
The kids absolutely LOVE this snack. I always make 2 trays! Sometimes swirl in some chocolate sauce instead of jam for when I am feeling like something a bit more decadent. Sweet treat but WARNING sticky fingers will occur! As will happy smiles so the clean up is worth it.