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I spend a lot of time during the start of a new year trying to come up with creative, healthy snack ideas. Because I love snacks, but don’t get any satisfaction crunching carrots and celery, no matter what you dip them in.
This recipe was inspired from a combination of all my favorite snacks — yogurt, berries, and, chocolate. A few healthy additions like flax and chia seeds turn it into a super snack that is indulgent and satisfying.
It starts with creamy vanilla yogurt — I used Siggi’s Icelandic yogurt because it’s super high in protein but lower in sugar than a lot of others. But I would imagine Greek would work well. You’ll spread it thinly on a parchment lined sheet pan — using an angled spatula if you have one — and then pop it in the freezer.
While it’s freezing, you’ll make the berries by just simmering them with a little water until they’ve broken down and thickened up. You can add sugar to the berries if you want, but it’s not necessary. Then stir in a handful of dark chocolate, stir and cool. Spread this on top of your frozen mixture and then freeze again. Once it’s frozen solid, you’ll break it into pieces and enjoy. You’ll want to store in the freezer because otherwise it will soften up, but the next time you’re craving ice cream or something else sweet, you’ll be glad it’s there.
Chocolate Berry Frozen Yogurt Bark
Sweet, tart, and creamy, this easy frozen yogurt bark is a perfect anytime snack. Full of berry flavor with a hint of dark chocolate, it's a snack lover's dream.