BARK OF BLACKBERRY GREEK YOGURT

BARK OF BLACKBERRY GREEK YOGURT

BARK OF BLACKBERRY GREEK YOGURT

Fresh blackberries are abundant in this Greek yogurt bark, giving it a delicious flavor and a plenty of nutrients. Kids enjoy frozen yogurt bark, which is a nutritious snack full of vitamins, calcium, and protein. Also, it’s quite simple to build.

BARK GREEK YOGURT
The additional protein that Greek yogurt offers is a benefit when making frozen yogurt bark. If you are watching saturated fat, a reduced fat type would do, but full fat Greek will make the bark a more fulfilling snack or perhaps a quick light breakfast.

The granola offers a tasty, healthy crunch, while the blackberries contribute vitamins and antioxidants along with fantastic flavor.

Making BLACKBERRY YOGURT BARK
Here is a little visual tutorial on how to make this frozen yogurt bark. Below is the whole printable recipe.

First, cover a baking sheet with a rim with parchment paper. This might be a big baking pan or cookie sheet.

Mixing the yogurt and blackberry mixture

The yogurt and blackberries should be blended together before being added to the baking sheet coated with parchment paper.

For topping frozen yogurt bark, use granola.

Yogurt should be spread out approximately 14 inch thick. Granola is sprinkled on.

blackberries on top, fresh

Then, add some whole berries.

barking frozen yogurt

When you’re ready to consume them, break the Greek yogurt bark into manageable pieces and place them in a zipped plastic bag.

FUN OPTIONS: When you create this bark, you change things up. Here are some suggestions:

Replace the honey in the yogurt mixture with maple syrup.
Add vanilla essence to enhance the taste. Use a half-teaspoon of vanilla essence.
Instead, substitute blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, or even a combination of fresh berries.
Toppings such as chocolate chips, morning cereal, almonds, or dried fruits are some interesting variations to try.
Yogurt and peanut butter together will give it a flavor like.

Greek yogurt with Blackberry Bark Recipe
Even children will enjoy the high-protein, healthful snack that is this blackberry Greek yogurt bark. It is simple to prepare and great for breakfast on the road or a quick snack.

Ingredients

Greek yogurt plain, one cup
Fresh Blackberries, 1 1/4 cups
1/4 cup Granola optionally 2 Tbs. Honey

Instructions
1 cup of blackberries and the yogurt should be combined in a food processor or blender. Honey may be added if preferred.
Spread into a baking dish that has been parchment paper-lined.
Add the final 1/4 cup of blackberries and granola.
Once frozen firm, cut into pieces.
Serve right away or keep in a freezer bag with a zipper (only a couple days)
Nutrition
Calories 116kcal, 20g carbs, 7g protein, 2g fat, 1g saturated fat, 1g trans fat, 3mg cholesterol, 21mg sodium, 178mg potassium, 3g fiber, 14g sugar, 98IU vitamin a, 10mg vitamin c, 75mg calcium, 1mg iron.