Since I have been blogging, I make more desserts than I ever do since it is for work! Maybe this is why my clothes are getting tighter. Unless I become a fashion blogger, which I have no fashion sense, food and crafting are where I will stay.
So I thought I would create a healthy dessert recipe using Yoplait Greek 100 Whips! We are big Greek yogurt fans and often I will adapt baking recipes to use Plain Greek Yogurt. Throwing healthy and dessert into the same sentence is always a challenge.
HOW TO MAKE FROZEN YOGURT BARK
What type of yogurt should I use for frozen bark?
Any yogurt will work, but we prefer lower fat, lower sugar varieties. Be sure to mix any fruit on the bottom ones, but I would stay away from those too.
Now for the Healthy Dessert, I have been promising you and how I made Greek Yogurt Bark.
Toppings For Frozen Yogurt Bark
This is post is really just a method to make Greek Yogurt Bark and you can obviously change it up to your flavor preferences. Along with the Yoplait Greek 100 Whips!
I picked up some trail mix, fresh strawberries, chocolate-covered cherries and mini chocolate chips to create the toppings to this healthy dessert recipe.
Spread out the yogurt onto a baking sheet with some parchment paper. Don’t worry if it has bumps, that makes it more homemade-looking.
How long should I freeze my Yogurt for bark?
Top it with anything you think your kids will be excited about. Freeze for at least 1 hour.
Can I store my Yogurt Bark after its solid?
Break it up and serve it immediately. I stored any extra in a freezer bag.
Here are 2 other dessert combinations I made when I found 2 other flavors.
That is so interesting. I have always loved bark but I have never thought to make a frozen version.
My kids love to freeze their yogurt…I think they would love this even more! I will definitely being trying this out for a healthy and refreshing summer snack.
I love Yoplait Greek yogurt so I can’t wait to try yogurt bark! It looks so delicious.
That looks so good. I need to try this!
I’m making chocolate bark right now! I love making bark desserts, so easy and tasty!
This looks like a snack that even my 3-year-old would enjoy! I can’t believe that these whips are just 100 calories! I can’t wait to try them. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
What a great idea! Such a fun way to present yogurt!
This looks sooooo good. I will have to try this.
What a fun wayt o use the whips. That looks tasty good to me.
Wow, what a great idea! I actually just made some Valentine’s day Bark Hearts on my blog (but mine were definitely not the healthy kind, haha). I definitely want to try out this recipe though!
Oh my gosh! There are so many uses for these whips. I have to try them out!
These look so tasty, I’m going to give it a try!
This looks delicious! What a great idea! Perfect dessert for me while trying to lose weight
Whips are so versatile. This looks like a great Recipe. It seems like you are having so much fun with this Product.
As soon as the temperature here is above 32 degrees I am so making this. It looks amazing and it so much healthier than the hibernation food I’ve been eating the past 3 cold months.
Now that’s a cool idea. I would never have thought to freeze the yogurt. Very cool.
We eat a lot of Greek yogurt in our house and this sounds like a really fun recipe, especially when we’re in the mood for something that feels more like a “treat”, but is still healthy!
This looks heavenly! I love that it is easy to make and we will be trying this very soon!
I love strawberries! This looks delicious!
Ok, THAT is an awesome idea. I am definitely trying this.
Wow this looks great. I am going to try this for sure. Thanks for sharing and stopping by from the team work blogging thread