Rainbow Fruit & Yogurt Bark
2 hr 10 min
Turn nonfat plain Greek yogurt into a delicious frozen snack that's almost like eating ice cream! Bark is a great way to use up fruit that's almost past its prime. But if you don't have fresh fruit on hand, canned or frozen fruit works well, too.
Plain fat free Greek yogurt
4 tbsp(s), or agave
Unsweetened fresh fruit
- Line a large rimmed baking sheet with wax paper or parchment paper.
- In a medium bowl, combine yogurt, honey or agave, and vanilla extract. Using a rubber spatula, pour mixture onto center of prepared pan and spread into an even layer, about ¼-inch thick. Decorate with fruit; freeze until firm, a minimum of 3 to 4 hours.
- Cut frozen bark into 12 even pieces (if the bark is too hard to cut, let sit for a few minutes until it softens slightly). Keep bark stored in freezer in a sealed container until ready to serve.
- Serving size: 1 piece
Yogurt bark is also a nutritious breakfast in a pinch: Just put a few pieces of bark in a bowl and let them soften enough to eat them with a spoon.