Spring cleaning has been going on in my house for the last several weeks.
We’ve got family and friends visiting for the next couple of weeks, so I’ve been trying to tidy up where I can. I’ve completely reorganized the kitchen cabinets, given the windows a double-clean, and am in the midst of reorganizing the bathroom cabinets as well.
I even took everything– and I mean EVERYTHING– out of the fridge and washed all of the shelves and and bins.
One thing I didn’t do: deep clean the freezer.
Right now it’s packed to the brim with frozen meats, half eaten boxes of waffles, and bags of fruits and veggies. I really need to give it the same treatment I gave the fridge, but I just don’t feel up to it.
Meanwhile, I’ve added even more to the freezer: this frozen yogurt bark. It’s a quick sweet snack and easy to just grab and go. The only problem: I can’t find a good container to hold it.
Right now the bark is in a large, circular tupperware container, but it’s all frozen together. You have to cut it into pieces. Help!
Other than not storing this bark correctly, it was absolute flawless. It’s such a great sweet treat especially after a long day of cleaning the house or doing yard work. I think kids would really enjoy it, too.
Mixed Berry Frozen Yogurt Bark
A sweet treat with yogurt, berries and granola.
- 3 cups mixed berries (I used frozen inside the bark, fresh for the outside)
- 2 cup plain Greek yogurt
- 2 TBS. honey
- 1 tsp. vanilla
- 1 cup granola
- In a blender, pulse 2 cups frozen berries with the yogurt, honey, and vanilla until smooth.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or foil. Pour yogurt mixture out of blender and onto pan.
- Top with fresh berries and granola.
- Freeze for at least 3-4 hours or until yogurt is hardened. Working quickly, turn out yogurt onto a hard surface and break into bark-sized pieces. Freeze until ready to serve.
5 thoughts on “Mixed Berry Frozen Yogurt Bark”
this looks tasty and would be a great healthy snack. what about laying parchment or wax paper between the layers of bark? of if you want to get fancy, make wax paper envelopes to put each shard in
That would work well I think! Sometimes I’m not super smart…hah
This was lovely to readd