Berry Yogurt Bark is a delicious, frozen treat to enjoy anytime. Whether it’s summer or winter, you can snack on this bark without feeling guilty. Made with greek yogurt, honey, and fresh berries, this heavenly snack is not only delicious but healthy as well!
This bark is quick, simple and will leave you wondering how it all disappeared so fast. What’s better than a tempting treat that you can snack on while knowing it’s so good for you? Nothing!
The best part about this bark is how creative you can get with your toppings! Dress it up or dress it down. This recipe will allow you to experiment with so many combinations; you can’t go wrong. Start with whichever fruits are in-season for you for some inspiration, then build around those great fresh flavors.
This recipe is made with good-for-you ingredients disguised as a sweet treat. Keep scrolling for the full recipe and ingredient amounts.
- Plain greek yogurt – You can use regular yogurt, or any flavor of your choice. If you use a sweetened type, cut down on the honey or take it out completely.
- Honey – Use a less viscous, pourable type to make it easier to stir into the yogurt.
- Bittersweet chocolate – Milk, white, or any type of chocolate you like best will work too, or simply skip it, though I must say that the chocolate is my favorite part of it.
- Pecans – I chopped mine but you can leave them whole.
- Berries – I used strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries. Use any of your favorite in-season berries.
What Else Can I Put On My Bark?
The options are endless for making a great yogurt bark! Depending on what you’re craving, or what types of fruit are in season, you can make a different flavor of bark every time.
- Dried fruit
- Jam, swirled in like the chocolate
- Maple syrup
- Macadamia nuts, walnuts, almonds, cashews
How to Make Yogurt Bark
- Prep the chocolate and yogurt: Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl at 30 second intervals, stirring between, until smooth. Mix the honey and yogurt until well combined.
- Assemble the berry yogurt bark: Line a baking sheet with a silpat or parchment paper. Spread the yogurt evenly over the sheet. Add dollops of chocolate and swirl into the yogurt with a skewer or toothpick. Top evenly with the berries and nuts, then freeze for 2 hours. Break into pieces and enjoy!
How to Store Leftovers
Store the pieces in an airtight container in the freezer and they’ll last 2 months. Make sure to store them right after breaking them up, or they will stick and freeze together. Take out a few pieces at a time to enjoy them.
If you store this in the fridge, it will thaw back into a yogurt-consistency. While that will still taste delicious with all those berries mixed in, it will no longer be bark!
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Berry Yogurt Bark
- 26 ounce Greek yogurt
- 1/4 cup honey
- 3/4 cup bittersweet chocolate
- 1/2 cup pecans chopped
- 2 strawberries sliced
- 1/4 cup blueberries
- 1/4 cup raspberries
- Place the chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl and heat for 30 second intervals, stirring in between until smooth.
- In a large mixing bowl mix the Greek yogurt with honey.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or a silpat.
- Spread the yogurt mixture evenly over the entire baking sheet.
- Dot the chocolate in little mounds all over the bark. Use toothpicks to swirl the chocolate.
- Top with berries all over then with pecans.
- Freeze for 2 hours. Break the bark into pieces and serve. Store in airtight container in the freezer up to 2 months.
- Store the pieces in an airtight container in the freezer and they’ll last 2 months. Make sure to store them right after breaking them up, or they will stick and freeze together. Take out a few pieces at a time to enjoy them.
- If you store this in the fridge, it will thaw back into a yogurt-consistency. While that will still taste delicious with all those berries mixed in, it will no longer be bark!