Tower-shaped frozen yogurt bark with strawberries and chocolate chips on top

Fage very graciously offered us some coupons to use with their Greek yogurt and new Fruyo pots to make kid-friendly meals and artistic masterpieces.

For this dish, I went with the Classic Total Greek Yogurt. Since it has one of the lowest sugar amounts I can find in stores, I frequently purchase this.

Since it is naturally unsweetened, adding something sweet to it for children may be necessary to somewhat entice their palates.

But rather than having the refined white stuff already added, I personally like to add my own natural sweeteners like honey or high-quality maple syrup.

On a wooden back, a piece of frozen yogurt bark was lying.
Making this frozen yogurt bark was a lot of fun for my picky eater and I. Even though there is chocolate involved, she picked the toppings, but I managed to smuggle in some raisins and cranberries as well!

Almost any kind of nuts and dried fruit will work in this recipe, and since they freeze well, fresh berries are also ideal for topping it off.

Yogurt Bark, Frozen

With this recipe for energizing frozen yogurt bark, snack time has never been more fun. Greek yogurt is sweetened with honey and covered with chocolate chips, strawberries, and coconut.

Greek yogurt, 500g or two cups, for yogurt bark
2 tablespoons of honey
a cup of cranberries
1/4 cup raisins
1 tablespoon of dark chocolate chips and 5 chopped fresh strawberries.
Desiccated coconut, 1 teaspoon

Yogurt and honey should be well mixed. Stir again after adding the raisins and cranberries.
Pour the yogurt mixture onto a foil-lined baking sheet. Depending on how thick or thin you want your bark to be, distribute it. Mine was about half an inch thick.
Place in the freezer for 2-4 hours, or until solid, then top with the strawberries, chocolate chips, and desiccated coconut.
Take the bark out of the freezer, then cut it into pieces using a sharp knife. Bark may be frozen in food bags for later use.