Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries and Granola is a flavorful, refreshing snack you can enjoy all year long. This delicious, high-protein fruity treat only requires 5 minutes of prep and can be stored in the freezer for future snacking. Make it yogurt, fresh berries, and your favorite granola.
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Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries and Granola is made with vanilla Greek yogurt, sweet berries, and your choice of crunchy granola and nuts. Just keep a bag of yogurt bark in the freezer to reach for whenever you crave a sweet and refreshing snack or a healthy dessert.
Whenever I make yogurt bark, I opt for Two Good Vanilla Greek Yogurt because of its delicious taste and inspiring mission to fight food insecurity and food waste. For every Two Good yogurt purchased, an equal amount of food goes to someone in need by partnering with City Harvest and We Don’t Waste food rescue organizations*.
- About Frozen Yogurt Bark
- Where to Find Two Good® Greek Yogurt
- Two Good® Yogurt Nutrition
- Two Good Brand's Mission
- Ingredients for Frozen Yogurt Bark
- How to Make Yogurt Bark
- What Frozen Yogurt Bark Variations Can I Make?
- How to Freeze Leftover Frozen Yogurt Bark
- Top Tip
- Did You Like this Recipe?
- Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries and Granola
- How to Freeze Leftover Frozen Yogurt Bark
About Frozen Yogurt Bark
- Taste - The combination of tart yogurt and berries is sweet and satisfying.
- Texture - Similar to peanut brittle, it is hard on the outside then melts in your mouth.
- Effort - This frozen bark requires minimal effort! Just spread the ingredients on parchment paper and pop them in the freezer.
- Time - Prep takes just 15 minutes then 3 hours to freeze it.
Where to Find Two Good® Greek Yogurt
I found Two Good Greek Yogurt at my local Target in the dairy section. I thoroughly enjoy shopping at Target because of its outstanding customer service and variety of products. Whenever I go to Target, I find exactly what I’m looking for and the staff is always friendly and helpful. Now I can buy Two Good yogurt cups, multipacks, and quarts at one of my beloved retailers and support their mission to fight food insecurity and food waste.
Two Good® Yogurt Nutrition
Each 5.3oz serving of Two Good Vanilla Greek Yogurt has 2g of total sugar, 80 calories, and 3g of carbs. In fact, this keto-friendly** vanilla Greek yogurt has 80% less sugar than average Greek yogurts (2g of sugar per 5.3oz compared to 10g of sugar per 5.3oz in average Greek yogurts) because it is made using a unique slow-straining process that removes sugar from the milk, leaving 2g of total sugar in each serving. It is also an excellent source of protein, with 12g of high-quality protein per serving.
Two Good Brand's Mission
I am deeply inspired by Two Good yogurt’s mission to fight food insecurity and food waste in the United States with every single yogurt sold. The impact of COVID-19 has increased the ratio of Americans facing food insecurity up to 1 in 6. Additionally, one third of food produced is wasted, a leading contributor to climate change.
For every Two Good cup, quart, or multipack purchased, the brand helps donate an equal amount of food to people in need via their partnerships with food rescue organizations City Harvest and We Don’t Waste. These partnerships are estimated to provide 37 million meals to those in need and save 61 million pounds of food from going to the landfill. Now you can make an impact by enjoying Two Good yogurt in Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries and Granola and sharing with your family and friends!
Two Good is Non-GMO Project Verified and is proud to belong to the Certified B Corporation® community. This means that they are a global movement of people using business as a force for good. Their yogurt is compliant with the Non-GMO Project Standard, which includes rigorous standards for testing and traceability.
Ingredients for Frozen Yogurt Bark
Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries and Granola is simple to make and only requires a handful of ingredients.
- Two Good™ Vanilla Greek Yogurt - Two Good™ Vanilla Greek yogurt is the base for frozen yogurt bark. Two Good™ Vanilla Greek Yogurt is an excellent source of protein and has a delicious vanilla flavor.
- Fresh Berries - Fresh berries add additional vitamins and nutrients to the frozen yogurt bark. These Berries also add a natural sweetness and complement the greek yogurt flavor.
- Granola - Granola adds a delicious crunch and texture to each bite of frozen yogurt bark.
How to Make Yogurt Bark
Frozen Yogurt Bark only requires 5 minutes of prep and minimal cleanup!
- Line a Baking Sheet - First, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Spread the Yogurt - Second, stir the vanilla Greek yogurt so it’s creamy and consistent. Then pour yogurt mixture onto the parchment paper and spread evenly using an offset spatula or a spoon until the yogurt is about a quarter of an inch thick.
- Add Berries and Granola - Next, evenly scatter the berries and granola on top of yogurt.
- Freeze - Place the prepared baking sheet in the freezer and freeze the yogurt for a minimum of 3 hours.
- Cut into Pieces - Once the bark is frozen, remove from the freezer. Then use a sharp knife and cut the bark into 18-20 pieces. Enjoy immediately or store in the freezer.
What Frozen Yogurt Bark Variations Can I Make?
There are endless variations of frozen yogurt bark you can make with Two Good Yogurt. Here are some of my favorites:
- Vanilla Greek yogurt with nut butter and cacao nibs.
- Blueberry Greek yogurt with peanut butter and strawberries.
- Strawberry Greek yogurt with chocolate chips and granola.
- Peach Greek yogurt with peach slices and granola.
- Coconut Greek yogurt with pineapple slices and toasted shredded coconut.
- Drizzle honey or maple syrup on any of these types of bark for extra sweetness.
Yes. In order to ensure the bark doesn't melt, you should only take it out of the freezer when you are ready to eat it and eat it within a few minutes.
Frozen Yogurt Bark requires a few kitchen essentials, all of which can be used for many other common recipes. In order to make this yogurt bark recipe, you will need a knife, measuring cup, parchment paper (or foil if you don't have parchment paper), offset spatula, and rimmed baking sheet.
How to Freeze Leftover Frozen Yogurt Bark
Place leftover frozen bark in an air tight container or storage bags and lie the leftovers flat in the freezer for up to two months. When you are ready to eat the bark, remove the desired serving from the freezer and enjoy immediately.
Use an offset spatula or spoon to evenly spread the yogurt evenly.
Did You Like this Recipe?
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- Blackberry Lemon Bread
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Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries and Granola
- 21.2 oz cups of Two Good™ Vanilla Greek Lowfat Yogurt This is four 5.3 oz cups of Two Good™ Vanilla Greek Lowfat Yogurt
- ⅓ cup blueberries
- ⅓ cup strawberries sliced
- ⅓ cup raspberries
- ⅓ cup granola
- Line a standard baking sheet with parchment paper. Stir the vanilla Greek yogurt so it is creamy and consistent. Then pour onto the parchment paper and spread evenly using an offset spatula or a spoon until the yogurt is about a quarter of an inch thick.21.2 oz cups of Two Good™ Vanilla Greek Lowfat Yogurt
- Evenly scatter the berries and granola on top of yogurt. Then, place the baking sheet in the freezer and freeze the yogurt for a minimum of 3 hours.⅓ cup blueberries, ⅓ cup strawberries, ⅓ cup raspberries, ⅓ cup granola
- Once the bark is frozen, remove from the freezer. Use a sharp knife and cut the bark into 18-20 pieces. Enjoy immediately or store in the freezer.
How to Freeze Leftover Frozen Yogurt BarkPlace leftover frozen yogurt bark in an air tight container or storage bags and lie the leftovers flat in the freezer for up to two months. When you are ready to eat the yogurt bark, remove the desired serving from the freezer and enjoy immediately.
*Two Good helps provide food by partnering with food rescue organizations. For every cup sold, Two Good donates 2 cents (5.3oz) and 12 cents (32oz) to these organizations.
**not a medical food