Recipe: Fruit and Nut Frozen Yoghurt Bark

recipes, sweet treats

Recipe: Fruit and Nut Frozen Yoghurt Bark

recipes, sweet treats

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August may almost be out but I’m hoping we’ll still have a few more days of warm sunny weather before the autumn sets in. I am actually SO looking forward to the autumn, it’s my favourite time of year. After all the issues we had with Finley at this time last year, I didn’t really feel like I enjoyed it very much.

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But back to the summer months and this cooling snack or dessert recipe. Usually by this time I would have made some ice lollies, but then I came across this recipe which is so much easier!

If you are looking for the ultimate lazy option, which looks like it was much harder work than it actually was, this is it. This frozen yoghurt bark is also high in protein so a great filling snack or dessert. It would be great for kids too.

Frozen yoghurt bark

Fruit and Nut Frozen Yoghurt Bark
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Ingredients
  1. 500g tub greek yoghurt (I used 0% Total)
  2. 1 tsp vanilla extract
  3. 2 tbsp liquid sweetener (I used brown rice syrup)
  4. 4 large strawberries
  5. A handful of blueberries
  6. 2 tbsp coconut shreds
  7. 2 tbsp peanut butter
Instructions
  1. 1. Line a baking tray (preferably one with an edge) with parchment paper.
  2. 2. Mix the yoghurt, liquid sweetener and vanilla together.
  3. 3. Spread the yoghurt out onto the tray evenly and thinly (go for a thickness of about 1/2 cm).
  4. 4. Slice the strawberries and sprinkle over the top along with the blueberries and coconut. Add dollops of the peanut butter.
  5. 5. Place a second piece of parchment paper on top of the yoghurt and lightly press down so the toppings are pressed into the yoghurt base.
  6. 6. Freeze for at least 3 hours until solid then break apart into pieces.
  7. 7. Store in the freezer.
Notes
  1. To eat them I like to give them 2 minutes out of the freezer to thaw a little. I wrap the bottom of a piece with kitchen paper or parchment paper so they don't melt in my hands.
Adapted from Hedi Hearts Protein Yoghurt Slices
Wholeheartedly Laura https://wholeheartedlylaura.com/

See, so easy! Next time I make this I’ll be playing around with flavours and toppings and definitely adding more peanut butter blobs!

What’s your favourite hot weather snack?

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11 Comments

  1. Maria

    What a clever idea! It sounds great, and much easier than churning to make froyo. I love those coconut water ice lollies – super refreshing.

    Reply
    • Laura Agar Wilson

      You’ve reminded me I must pick some of these up the next time I’m in Tesco!

      Reply
  2. Lucy

    What a great idea, I love making homemade chocolate bark but would have never thought to use Greek yoghurt as a different option. I love the idea of this being a higher protein snack too.
    I’m on the fence about Autumn coming – on one hand I TOTALLY get it, as Summer has been non existent this year and Autumn might as well get on with things. However on the other hand, I’m such a sunshine baby and absolutely hate hate hate feeling cold! But – autumn means butternut squash, roasted veggies, hot chocolate and apple crumble. Eek!

    She’s So Lucy

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    • Laura Agar Wilson

      Those four things you listed at the end are TOTALLY why I love autumn! I do get what you mean about the sun, I’ll probably miss the little we have had, but the squash will make up for it :-)

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  3. Anna @AnnaTheApple

    Oh wow this looks amazing! Love this! And maybe sneak in a few bits of dark chocolate…oh the toppings are endless! :-)

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    • Laura Agar Wilson

      Absolutely! I’d definitely add some dark choc chips in next time :-)

      Reply
  4. Hedi Hearts

    Hi lovely, your one looks better than mine! Thank you for the mention! Hedi xxx

    Reply

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