Frozen Yogurt Bark

Updated: Oct 9

Lately, I've been loving a Greek yogurt + berries bowl for breakfast. Sometimes I even spruce it up with my homemade granola or whatever crushed nuts I have on hand.

I had a craving for some frozen yogurt (of the ice-cream variety...) and thought, why not transform my healthy breakfast into a freezer-friendly & portable dish?

Make this frozen yogurt bark whenever you want a healthier dessert, a portable breakfast, or an easy and fun snack. This would be super fun to bring the kids in to help decorate with your toppings! I used maple syrup as a sweetener, but honey would also work in a pinch. Make sure you wrap the baking sheet with plastic wrap before adding to the freezer to avoid that freezer taste.

You can cut this into even squares for serving, or just do like me and divide it up into chunky cute pieces. I used almonds this time, but I imagine it would be great with crushed pecans or walnuts!


Plain Greek Yogurt | 1 cup | $0.31

Maple Syrup | 1/4 cup | $0.25

Vanilla Extract | 1 tsp. | $0.57

Strawberries, sliced | 3 ct. | $0.25

Blueberries | 1/8 cup | $0.27

Crushed Almonds | 6 ct. | $0.19


1. In a medium-sized bowl, add Greek yogurt, maple syrup, and vanilla extract and whisk thoroughly until combined.

2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or wax paper. Pour the yogurt mixture on the paper and spread it around with a knife so it is even.

3. Top with fruit and nuts. Lay a sheet of plastic wrap over the baking sheet.

4. Freeze for 1-2 hours, until firm.

5. Take a large cutting knife and run hot water on it, then wipe the water off. Slice through your yogurt mixture to divide it into pieces.

6. Store any extras in a freezer bag. Enjoy!

The Coined Breakdown

Total Cost per serving: $0.46

Total Cost (about 6 servings): $1.84

Those Other Guys: $3.99 a serving

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