Frozen Yogurt Breakfast Bark is a fun and easy recipe that’s perfect for breakfast, snacking, or as a post-workout treat. Greek Yogurt is covered in your favorite toppings, frozen, then sliced into easy bite size pieces.
Frozen Yogurt Breakfast Bark is a fun, though slightly unusual, breakfast treat. While I don’t normally go for frozen treats for breakfast, how great does this sound after a hot morning run in the summer? Feeling snack-y in the afternoon? Grab a bite of frozen yogurt breakfast bark as a healthy snack alternative. You’ll love this recipe because it’s easily customized with your (or your kid’s) favorite flavors. Plus, it’s like a healthy snack version of ice cream!
This recipe is so easy to make that your kids can help. Simply line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Then, spread your greek yogurt into a thin oval and sprinkle with granola and fruit. You could try my Peanut Butter and Honey Granola or Five Ingredient Vanilla Granola . Have your kids help decorate the bark before freezing.
If you have several kids, give them each a small circle of yogurt to decorate themselves. I used raspberries and blueberries, but strawberries would also be a great addition. You can also add nuts, seeds, chocolate chips, or sprinkles. Feel free to use your own favorite flavor of yogurt, they will all freeze the same.
While this looks like a chocolate candy bark, it should be treated like ice cream. Once you take it out of the freezer, plan to eat it within a few minutes. Otherwise, it will start to melt. I like to break my bark into small, bite-size pieces. This ensures the frozen yogurt won’t start melting in your hands as you eat it.
Frozen Yogurt Breakfast Bark
- 2 cups vanilla greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup granola
- 1 cup berries
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. (Choose a baking sheet that will fit into your freezer)
- Spread greek yogurt into a thin layer on the parchment paper, about 1/2 inch thick. Top with granola and berries, pressing berries lightly into the yogurt.
- Place baking sheet into freezer and freeze for 2 hours, or until bark is fully frozen through. Slice into bite size pieces and serve immediately. Store leftovers in the freezer in an airtight bag or container.