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Frozen Strawberry and Yoghurt Bark

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Frozen Strawberry & Yoghurt Bark-4

Ok, so we’re in January, the month that screams New Year’s resolutions, diets, exercise regimes etc… If it’s not been made very clear to you already, I’ve never really been one for doing the whole healthy thing! Now I have a family though, I can’t help but be a little more conscious about what I’m putting on the table. After all, If I want my daughter to eat well then I need to lead by example don’t I?

Cue this wonderful idea for a healthy treat. I am genuinely surprised at this frozen yoghurt bark! I mean, it literally requires 2 ingredients, takes about 2 minutes to make (with the freezer doing the hard part) & it’s a tasty, healthy treat that the whole family can enjoy.

(Recipe adapted from Hello, Wonderful.)

Here is what you will need.

  • 300g (approx) Honey Greek Yoghurt
  • 18g Bag of Freeze Dried Strawberries

Essential Equipment

  • 20 x 20cm (8 x 8″) Square Baking Tin/Silicone Pan

NOTE, YOU CAN USE WHATEVER FLAVOUR GREEK YOGHURT YOU LIKE AND WHATEVER FREEZE DRIED FRUIT YOU LIKE. THE FLAVOUR POSSIBILITIES ARE ENDLESS!(If you are making gluten free & vegetarian, just check the labels first as not all yoghurts are vegetarian & gluten free.)

If you are using a baking tin, line the base and sides with baking paper. You do not need to do this if you have used a silicon pan like me.

Pour the yoghurt into the prepared tin/silicon pan and spread out evenly with the back of a spoon.

Frozen Strawberry & Yoghurt Bark

Dot pieces of freeze dried strawberries over the top and lightly press them into the yoghurt. (Just to make sure they don’t fall off.)

Place into the freezer to set overnight. (Or for about 4 hours.)

Frozen Strawberry & Yoghurt Bark

When it’s completely set, remove from the baking tin/silicone pan and break into pieces. Place them into a freezer bag, seal & store in the freezer for use as and when you please!

Frozen Strawberry & Yoghurt Bark

Did I not tell you how ridiculously easy this is to make?? I love how simple it is to change up the flavour too. I’ve already used honey greek yoghurt and ginger greek yoghurt, you could use any though! I saw a mango & peach flavour that I think would be delicious too. You can even add extras, why not try adding some chopped nuts or maybe even a few cheeky white chocolate buttons? There are infinite possibilities! Frozen yoghurt bark is definitely the healthy way forward.

I hope you enjoyed the post my lovelies, until next time.

Miss KitchenMason

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