Kate Petty, from the Health and Wellbeing team, shares a refreshing and healthy snack for you to try.
This frozen yoghurt bark takes just a matter of minutes to make and is a refreshing light snack for you to enjoy whenever you feel like it! It’s especially good on a warm summer day.
Frozen yoghurt bark
Prep time: few minutes Cooking time: leave to set for 1+ hours Quantity: break the bark into chunks, they can be as small or as big as you like
- Most of a 500ml pot of greek yoghurt (I used greek style honey yoghurt but you can use plain or flavoured yoghurt depending on your preference)
- Handful of frozen berries (I used a frozen berry mix which included strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and cherries but you can use whatever fruit you like)
Optional extras: honey, chia seeds or other seeds, nuts, desiccated coconut.
- Line a small baking tray with grease proof paper, making sure to fold the edges over the top so you can easily lift the bark out later
- Pour the yoghurt into the baking tray and spread evenly with a spoon
- Sprinkle your fruit on top, followed by any extras you want to add
- Place the tray in the freezer to set for 1+ hours
- Remove from the freezer once it’s solid and break into chunks
This bark is best kept in the freezer. I put mine in a sandwich bag and you can take pieces out as and when you want to!