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This chocolate strawberry frozen yogurt bark is sweetened with maple syrup and mixed with chocolate granola to create a deliciously crunchy bark topped with strawberries and drizzled with chocolate. Delish!
A Healthy & Sweet Frozen Yogurt Treat
Frozen yogurt bark is the kind of recipe you make and can’t believe you’ve lived your life without. It’s basically the answer to all your sweet snack dreams! It’s an easy, low-fat recipe that’s ALSO as delicious as—dare we say—frozen yogurt itself.
Better yet, this frozen treat is easy to customize to your liking. So feel free to use any toppings of your choice, whether that’s different fruits, your favorite granola, or even adding chopped nuts. We recommend enjoying this Greek yogurt bark on hot summer days, but let’s be real — it’ll taste amazing any time of year!
Why you’ll love it!
There are so many different ways to make this delicious treat your own.
The recipe is as simple as prep, freeze, assemble, & eat!
Perfect for making ahead or meal prep. Just grab a piece from the freezer and go!
Frozen Yogurt Bark Ingredients
- Greek yogurt: We used 5% plain Greek yogurt, but feel free to use any plain yogurt.
- Maple syrup: A natural sweetener that enhances all the other great flavors.
- Cocoa powder: We used unsweetened cocoa powder as the other ingredients are sweet enough!
- Chocolate granola: Granola adds a nice crunch to the frozen yogurt bark. We used chocolate because we LOVE chocolate.
- Strawberries: We sliced our strawberries so that the bark stays nice and flat and is easy to eat.
- Chocolate chips: Melted chocolate chips taste so yummy drizzled on the fruit. Think chocolate-covered strawberries!
Easy Ingredient Swaps
- Greek yogurt –> any other plain yogurt you like!
- Maple syrup –> honey
- Chocolate granola –> plain granola
- Strawberries –> blueberries, raspberries, or any other berry you prefer
- Chocolate chips –> chocolate chunks or any other flavored chocolate chips
Can You Use Frozen Fruits?
Yes! You can use any frozen or fresh fruits you’d like for topping this frozen yogurt bark. However, if you use larger fruits like strawberries, it’s best to go fresh so you can slice them more easily.
What Else Can You Add to Frozen Yogurt Bark?
There are so many different ways to experience this frozen yogurt bark. Here are some of our favorite tasty topping ideas for a little inspiration:
- Nuts: almonds, cashews, peanuts, pecans, macadamia nuts, hazelnuts, or pistachios.
- Seeds: sunflower, chia, pumpkin, or flax seeds.
- Drizzles: maple syrup, white/dark chocolate, caramel, agave nectar, or honey.
How to Make Delicious Frozen Yogurt Bark
PREP BAKING SHEET
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
MIX YOGURT BARK INGREDIENTS
In a large bowl, mix together the Greek yogurt, maple syrup, and cocoa powder until the cocoa powder is completely incorporated. Add 1 cup of chocolate granola and mix again.
TRANSFER TO BAKING SHEET
Next, pour the Greek yogurt mixture over the parchment paper, spreading it evenly across the baking sheet until about ¼-inch thick.
Then place on the sliced strawberries and spread the last ¼ cup of the granola over the top, pressing it gently into the yogurt.
Place the chocolate chips in a microwave-safe bowl. Then microwave on high in 20-second increments for 1 minute or until melted and glossy. Be sure to stir them every 20 seconds.
DRIZZLE + FREEZE
Drizzle the melted chocolate over the top of all of the ingredients. Then place the baking sheet into the freezer for at least 2 hours or until the yogurt has completely frozen.
BREAK INTO BARK + ENJOY
Remove the baking sheet from the freezer and gently break the frozen yogurt bark into pieces.
If not serving right away, place them in a freezer-safe container or bag and store them in the freezer until ready to eat. Enjoy!
Tips & Tricks
Don’t forget to line your baking sheet with parchment paper. You can use wax paper or aluminum foil if you’re out. That way, you can remove the bark easily from the tray after it’s frozen.
If you want a creamier frozen yogurt bark, use a full-fat yogurt instead of the 5% fat that we used in this recipe. Alternatively, fat-free yogurt may cause the bark to taste too icy.
Make sure you chop your fruits into smaller pieces if needed. If they’re too bulky, the bark won’t be as flat, making it harder to eat.
Can I just freeze yogurt for frozen yogurt bark?
You’ll want to add a sweetener to yogurt before freezing it for frozen yogurt bark. We also recommend adding berries and chocolate for added flavor.
Can you use aluminum foil for frozen yogurt bark?
Yes! Line a baking sheet with either parchment paper or aluminum foil before freezing your frozen yogurt bark to avoid sticking.
Place your frozen yogurt bark in an airtight container and store it in the freezer for up to 3 months.
Frozen Yogurt Bark
This frozen yogurt bark recipe is flavor packed with chocolate, granola, strawberries and drizzled with with chocolate. Enjoy!
Total:3 hours 1 minute
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
In a large bowl, combine together the Greek yogurt, maple syrup, and cocoa powder. Mix until the cocoa powder is completely incorporated. Add 1 cup of chocolate granola and mix again.
Pour the Greek yogurt mixture over the parchment paper and spread the mixture evenly across the baking sheet until the Greek yogurt is about ¼-inch thick. Spread the sliced strawberries and the last ¼ cup of the granola over the top of the yogurt and gently press them into the yogurt.
Place the chocolate chips in a microwave-safe bowl and microwave on high for 20-second increments for 1 minute or until melted and glossy. Be sure to stir them every 20 seconds.
Drizzle the melted chocolate over the top of all of the ingredients and then place the baking sheet into the freezer for at least 2 hours or until the yogurt has completely frozen.
Remove the baking sheet from the freezer and gently break the frozen yogurt bark into pieces and place them in a freezer-safe container or bag and store them in the freezer until served.
Tips & Notes
- We used 5% Greek yogurt, but you can use whatever plain yogurt you would like.
- The mixture should be thick and creamy. If the cocoa powder is not mixing in, you can add more yogurt to add more moisture.
- If your freezer isn’t large enough for a baking sheet, you can use two large plates lined with parchment paper instead.
- Feel free to use other berries if you’d like.
Calories: 234kcal Carbohydrates: 22g Protein: 18g Fat: 8g Fiber: 2g Sugar: 13g
Photography: photos taken in this post are by Ashley McGlaughlin from The Edible Perspective.
About Emily Richter
Emily spent the first 10 years of her career in marketing and advertising roles and started side-hustling with Fit Foodie Finds in Fall of 2015. Em lives in Minneapolis with her husband and son, and manages FFF editorial operations as well as all things sponsorships and brand collaborations.