Blueberry Frozen Yogurt Bark

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Oh, blueberry frozen yogurt bark. Where were you these past, sweltering summers? I could have used you so.

Alabama is full of some long, lazy afternoons. Sweat and heat go hand in hand…..especially if you are pregnant and tired. I look back on recent summers and all that I recall is waddling down the neighborhood blocks in search of relief from the heat.

How I wish I had found this blueberry frozen yogurt bark sooner!

blueberry frozen yogurt bark stack landscape
Living in Alabama has its perks, but it also has its qualms. Little feet and hands need constant cooling. Heat, heat, and more heat. Humidity, bugs, sun. It can get pretty nasty come July. Plus, there’s August. And then there’s September….

Luckily, I have found new entertainment + a healthy treat for my little tikes.

This blueberry frozen yogurt bark hits a home run in the taste department. It’s ingredients are few, but mighty. The use of yogurt as a base is a great filler and probiotic for my boys. Plus, the fresh fruit lures them in every time. I also LOVE how it is totally customizable. Instead of kiwi or strawberries, you may want to go with some homemade granola, or perhaps chocolate chips and banana slices. Really, the possibilities are endless. Just find what makes your tribe happy and make sure you include it. A little bit of embedded familiarity with a new recipe is always a good idea. πŸ˜‰

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Once you have decided on the ingredients, the assembly can be an easy distraction from the heat. Only 3 fun steps and off it goes to the freezer!

You can use any type of yogurt as your base, but I personally chose to use Daiya blueberry yogurt. I did this not only because of the fun blueberry color, but also because it uses coconut milk as a base, which works the best for my boys who both have milk allergies. Here’s a picture of this luscious recipe before it headed to the freezer…

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Once it enters the freezer, it is just about waiting. Talk about a good opportunity to help your littles work on patience. I used the waiting time to fit a much needed nap in for Beach and Fields. They happily reported to their beds with the promise of yummy frozen yogurt bark when they awoke. And imagine, just two hours later……voila! Two hungry and excited boys and beautiful yogurt bark to satisfy their appetite.

Once the yogurt bark is out of the freezer, it is just a matter of breaking or cutting it into pieces. After you do that- and quickly consume one or two pieces- you’ll place the leftovers (stacked) in a plastic baggie and put them back into the freezer for later yumminess.

Now that I have found this lovely, I am going to be making up for lost time. That’s right, I will be whipping up this bark all summer longggggggg.

And I think my boys are going to have NO problem helping me MAKE & EAT it every time! blueberry frozen yogurt bark landscape-end-dylan-walking-postfreeze

Cheers and happy barking!

Darcie

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Blueberry Frozen Yogurt Bark
Snack time just got fun! Let your littles help you make this delicious, colorful and healthy treat! Only 5 ingredients, quick to prepare, and allergy-friendly.
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Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Passive Time 2-4 hours
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Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Passive Time 2-4 hours
Servings
Ingredients
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Rating: 5
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Instructions
  1. Prepare a baking sheet for freezing by covering it with parchment paper.
  2. Open yogurt and carefully stir inside of the tub, breaking up the consistency of the yogurt.
  3. Pour yogurt onto parchment covered baking sheet and evenly spread. (Yogurt doesn't necessarily have to reach all the edges of the pan- just make sure it is even in thickness).
  4. Swirl dollops of jelly into the yogurt.*
  5. Sprinkle the strawberries, blueberries and kiwi on top of the yogurt and place in the freezer for 2-4 hours or until it is completely frozen.
  6. Remove from the freezer and use a sharp knife to break the bark into pieces. The bark can be stored in the freezer in food bags.
Recipe Notes

* Heating up your jelly a little bit will make for easier swirling.
NOTE: Make sure you eat this yummy bark as soon as it comes out of the freezer. It is quick to melt in hot temperatures.

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