I’ve seen pictures of this a million times but never got around to making it. I’m trying to eat a little more healthy these days, but since I’m a snacker by nature, that means I need healthy snacks hanging around so I don’t dive into the massive jar of Nutella that my daughter insists must be in the pantry.
It’s fast. It’s easy. It’s good for you. It can be made a million different ways.
It’s yogurt bark.
Simply grab a brand of Greek yogurt that you like. Smear it in a pan. Toss on it pretty much whatever fruits, nuts, even chocolate that you like. Freeze a few hours. Break.
It doesn’t travel too well here in the Mexican humidity. But it’s a great and healthy snack to reach for when I’m at home and am craving a little nibble. I like mine a little thinner than pictured, easier to bite through when frozen. I love the combination of the little cacao nibs and strawberry, but you can use any berry you like. You can also add honey to the mixture if you’d like it a little sweeter.
Play around with it and give it a try. Can’t argue with fast and healthy!
- 1 large tub of Greek yogurt
- sliced strawberries, or any berry you like
- chocolate chips (optional )
- 1 TAB honey (optional)
Spread yogurt evenly onto a baking sheet. Top with fruit and any other ingredients you desire. Freeze for at least 4 hours. Break into pieces and store in ziploc bag in freezer.