This Frozen Yoghurt Bark is a tasty and healthy alternative to ice cream or sugary ice lollies on a hot summer’s day.
Is it just my child or do all kids start shouting for ice cream once the temperature gets over 10 degrees?
The weather is a bit unpredictable here lately and last week I got caught out on a sunny day with no ice lollies in the freezer (bad bad mum!).
I did have a large tub of yoghurt in the fridge so I decided to make some frozen yoghurt bark.
Now usually if I tried to offer the fussy eater a yoghurt instead of an ice lolly, I would get the mother of all tantrums in response!
But the novelty factor of this yoghurt bark went down well and she even ate the nuts and dried fruit. Incredible!
I used a low fat strawberry yoghurt for this. But it would work just as well with full fat or fat free varieties of any flavour.
I will definitely be making this again and will probably experiment with the toppings.
Freeze dried strawberries and raspberries would be lovely and maybe some chocolate chips too.
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A healthy alternative to ice cream or sugary ice lollies on a hot summer’s day
- 450g yoghurt
- 25g flaked almonds
- 25g dried cranberries
- Mix the yoghurt and half the almonds and cranberries in a freeer-proof dish. I used an 8in square dish but you could use a bigger one if you want thinner pieces of bark.
- Sprinkle the remainder of the almonds and cranberries on top.
- Freeze for 2-3 hours until the bark is solid. Remove from the freezer and break into pieces. I let the yoghurt thaw for around the edges to make it easier to remove from the dish.
- Eat immediately or store in freezer bags for up to one month.