5 Ingredient Friday = Easy Frozen Yogurt Bark that comes together with less than 5 ingredients and with only 5 minutes of prep time! I am very excited for the warm weather this weekend and this Frozen Yogurt Bark is a perfect afternoon snack or healthy treat to cool you off! I saw this recipe in an eating well magazine and was excited to give them a try. We loved how fun and easy it was and knew we needed to share with you! You can check out how easy it is to make in my video here. The recipe requires 2 ingredients and then your toppings of choice! All you have to do is mix yogurt with a sweetener and spread into a thin layer onto a parchment lined baking sheet.
Then add your toppings of choice and freeze! We decided to try 3 out, but you could do the whole tray with just one topping.
After 3 ours break into pieces. The winner in our house was the peanut butter swirl with chocolate chips! I cannot keep Savanna away from the freezer she keeps going back for more!
Easy Frozen Yogurt Bark Combination Suggestions
- Peanut Butter Swirl & Chocolate Chip
- Smores: chocolate chips or fudge, graham cracker crumbs and marshmallows
- Bananas and Toasted Walnuts
- Raspberry Jam & Pistachios
- Berries & Almond Slices
- Trail Mix
Have fun customizing this cool treat with your favorite toppings! Hope you enjoy this fun and easy treat and beautiful outdoor time this weekend.
- 2 1/2 - 3 cups 3 cups greek yogurt or 2 1/2 plain yogurt 2% recommended but 0% works. See note on plain vs. greek
- 2 tbsp honey agave, or maple syrup
- Toppings of choice - nuts seeds, fruit, chocolate chips, sprinkles, nut butters, or jams….
- Line a rimmed 11x17 (half sheet pan) baking sheet with parchment paper
- Combine yogurt and sweetener in a medium bowl
- Spread on the prepared baking sheet into an even layer (it will cover the entire pan)
- Add your toppings of choice (swirl jam or nut butter) If using chocolate chips or seeds make sure to swirl/press them in (many of mine fell off the first time)
- Freeze until very firm, at least 3 hours
- Break into desired pieces and eat right away
- If you are storing it: Place pieces back on parchment paper and freeze for 20 minutes and then put into a ziplock back or container.
- Both greek and plain yogurt work well. Greek is thicker and creamier. The plain will have a thinner and less creamy texture but is slightly easier to chew. We actually enjoy a combination of both the best.
- Check out how to make it here: