How to Make Berries and Nuts in Frozen Yogurt Bark

How to Make Berries and Nuts in Frozen Yogurt Bark

How to Make Berries and Nuts in Frozen Yogurt Bark

I will show you how to create frozen yogurt bark with berries and nuts because it is among the simplest and healthiest snacks you can have around the house.

To make frozen yogurt bark, what do I need?

A sheet pan, nonstick parchment paper, your preferred yogurt, sugar, salt, vanilla, and toppings are all required.

Which type of yogurt should I use?

You may use any type of yogurt you choose in this recipe for frozen yogurt bark, which is excellent.

Personally, I prefer thick Greek yogurt sweetened with honey or yogurt with a vanilla taste. Your choice will mostly depend on the flavor you choose. If you want the bark to taste more like blueberries, strawberries, or any kind of fruit, you should use that flavor as the basis so the toppings won’t overpower the meal.

*Use either Two Good Greek Yogurt or plain Greek yogurt if you are on a low-carb or ketogenic diet. If you choose to add a sweetener, be sure to choose one that has been allowed and to bear in mind your toppings. Try our keto avocado toast instead!

Does the frozen yogurt bark need to be sweetened?
Absolutely! especially if the basis of your bark is a basic Greek yogurt. If you do not add sugar, it will taste acidic, which is the opposite of what you want.

Before spreading the yogurt mixture over the pan, taste it to see whether it is sweet enough for you. When frozen, it will taste precisely the same as it does at room temperature. The sweetness level may be changed to suit your preferences.

Simply add some yogurt to make it less sweet if it turns out to be too sugary.

What Add-Ons Are Acceptable For My Frozen Yogurt Bark?
To balance the sweet and salty flavors, I prefer to include berries and nuts, but you may use anything you like.

Strawberries, blueberries, and chopped mixed nuts are used in this dish.

However, I have also used bananas, oats, cereals, pineapple, peaches, and pineapple nutella in this recipe. You are free to add whatever you wish. When you spread the yogurt out after mixing it, you may divide it into several portions with various toppings so that you can sample them all once it has frozen if you are unclear how to make frozen yogurt bark.

Yogurt in two cups
1/4-1/2 Honey OR preferred sweetener (if wanted), but advised
Vanilla extract, 1 teaspoon
A dash of salt
a variety of nuts
In a bowl, combine yogurt, sweetener, vanilla extract, and salt; stir to combine.
Spread yogurt mixture on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Spread it not so thinly if you want a thicker bark.
Add toppings to bark and distribute evenly across the top.
To set, place in freezer for at least 3 hours.
Bark should be chopped or broken up and stored for up to a week in a freezer-safe dish or bag.