- Yogurt: Use a full fat yogurt for the best texture and flavor. Vanilla yogurt is a great base to use, but you can use any flavor you like. If you want to make this recipe diary-free, you can use plant-based yogurt options, such as coconut yogurt, almond or oat milk yogurt.
- Fruit: For this recipe we used fresh blueberries, mango chunks and pineapple. However, you can use whatever fresh or frozen fruit you prefer. If you want your yogurt bar to be lower in sugar and carbs, reach for berries, including blueberries, raspberries and blackberries.
- Granola: Try this high-fiber granola recipe, make your own or use any store-bought ones you like. You can also skip the granola and add something else crunchy like nuts, seeds, or even chocolate chips!
- Step 1: Spread the yogurt evenly over a lined baking sheet.
- Step 2: Next, add your favorite fresh or frozen fruit and other toppings, such as nuts, granola, chocolate chips or seeds.
- Step 3: Place baking sheet in freezer for 4-5 hours.
- Step 4: Cut your Yogurt Bark into even pieces and serve. You can freeze these for up to 2 weeks in the freezer.
- Make it Higher Protein: If you want to add some extra protein to this recipe, add 1-2 scoops of your favorite flavored protein powder to yogurt mixture.
- Toppings: Spice up your Yogurt Bark with 1 scoop of Fiber G for added Fiber and taste.
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