Nutty Frozen Yogurt Bark

I love it when I can add chocolate to healthy treats. It makes them a little more fun, and it doesn’t take a lot of chocolate to add a lot of flavor. This nutty frozen yogurt bark makes a great snack for kids and adults.

This is also easy to adapt to the tastes of various children. It makes a healthier after school snack than many other things do. My kids like them even when the weather turns cool. Kids and frozen treats – they just go together.

This is a wonderful way to keep your snacking healthier too. I like my trail mix with dried cranberries, so that’s the one I chose at the store. It’s nice having snacks around that are good for me, rather than all those so-tempting unhealthy snacks.

This is one of those fun recipes where exact measurements don’t matter. A little extra of this, a little less of that – it pretty much all works.

I love recipes like that. They’re fun to play with.

Start out by lining a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Combine Greek yogurt with some honey in a bowl. Stir well. You can use plain Greek yogurt and skip the honey if you want, but most people will want the added sweetness. You can also stir some of the nuts into the yogurt now if you like. I just spread them across the top.

You can use regular plain yogurt rather than Greek if you want, but I think the Greek yogurt gives a better flavor.

Spread the yogurt across the parchment paper in an even layer.

spread Greek yogurt

Sprinkle trail mix and chocolate chips across the top. Lightly press into the yogurt.

spread trail mix

Freeze for two hours, then break into pieces. You can use a knife if you like, but it’s easier to break up the pieces by hand.

break up yogurt bark

Keep frozen until ready to eat. These melt very quickly.

trail mix frozen yogurt bark

Nutty Frozen Yogurt Bark
Ingredients
  • 2 cups plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 tbsp honey
  • 1/2 cup trail mix
  • 1 tbsp chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

  2. Combine Greek yogurt and honey in a bowl. Mix well, then spread evenly across the parchment paper on the baking sheet.

  3. Sprinkle the trail mix and chocolate chips across the yogurt. Press lightly into the yogurt.

  4. Freeze for two hours.

  5. Break frozen yogurt bark into appropriately sized pieces. You can use a knife or do it by hand.

  6. Keep bark in freezer until ready to serve. It will melt quickly outside the freezer.