Frozen, sweet, and delicious, 6 Ingredient Frozen Blackberry Yogurt Bark. Plain Greek yogurt, swirled with sweet blackberry jam, and vanilla. Then topped with fresh berries, white chocolate, and a sprinkle of brown rice crisp cereal. This swirled frozen berry yogurt is nothing short of delicious. Every bite is layered with fresh berries and sweet, creamy vanilla yogurt. The perfect healthy berry-filled frozen treat for any occasion.
I’m not going to lie, if you give me the option between frozen yogurt and ice cream? I’m going to pick ice cream every single time. I’ve never understood the frozen yogurt craze. I guess I understand it some like it because it’s “healthier”. But it still has about the same amount of sugar as ice cream.
So, if I am having something creamy and frozen, it’s going to be ice cream. That’s just me.
Frozen yogurt bark however is different. For one, this isn’t anything like ice cream. Instead, it’s a delicious frozen yogurt snack that has some crunch to it, which I think is delicious.
When I was thinking up back-to-school recipes, I wanted them to be as simple as possible. I wanted them to be fun. And of course, I wanted them to be delicious.
I have so many ideas, but this has been in the back of my head since summer first began. I love to make chocolate bark over the holidays, so a frozen yogurt bark really interested me.
I loved that I could make it very, very low in sugar and top it with one of my favorite flavors, blackberry vanilla.
Here are the details
When I say this is easy, I really do mean it.
Just 6 ingredients, plain Greek yogurt, vanilla, jam, blackberries, and then 2 optional ingredients, white chocolate, and brown rice crisp cereal. I say they’re optional only because you don’t have to have them. But adding them is delicious, so I would not skip.
Simply mix the yogurt and vanilla. Add a tiny amount of water to thin the yogurt, then spread it into a blob on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
Swirl in the jam, add the berries, then top with melted white chocolate and brown rice crisp cereal.
Then FREEZE, that’s it!
Clearly, this is very customizable. Don’t love blackberries? Just use blueberries, strawberries, or even mango or pineapple. The options really are endless, you can’t mess this up!
Most importantly, this frozen bark is delicious. It’s a healthier snack that everyone will enjoy! Just be sure to find a great high-quality jam. I LOVE The Little Market jams.
Looking for other back-to-school recipes? Here are a few of my go-to’s.
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6 Ingredient Frozen Blackberry Yogurt Bark
Calories Per Serving: 164 kcal
Nutritional information is only an estimate. The accuracy of the nutritional information for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.
- 1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.2. Stir the yogurt and vanilla in a bowl. Add 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup cold water to thin the yogurt out a little. Spread onto the prepared baking sheet in a thin layer. Add dollops of the jam, gently swirling into the yogurt. Scatter the blackberries on top. Drizzle over the white chocolate, then sprinkle on the brown rice crisp cereal. 3. Freeze until very firm, at least 3 hours. Beak into pieces. Keep in the freezer.
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Switch it Up: feel fruit to use your favorite jam and berries, it doesn’t have to be blackberry!