Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark Recipe

This 3-ingredients strawberry frozen yogurt bark recipe is the perfect guilt-free treat for summer. Effortless to make and packed with healthy ingredients!

If you love healthy desserts, this one should be at the top of your list! It’s made with minimal, healthy ingredients and the kids will love it! You can even freeze this on smaller, separate sheet pans so everyone gets the flavor they want. It’s a dessert the whole family will enjoy.

An overhead view of a sheet pan holding pieces of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark.

What Is Yogurt Bark?

Frozen yogurt bark is a mixture of yogurt and any additions you like, mixed together and spread out on a sheet pan (with edges). It is then frozen, and broken apart into “bark” pieces of any size you like. It’s a very healthy snack!

Is Frozen Yogurt Bark Healthier Than Frozen Yogurt?

This is going to depend entirely on what you add to your bark, and also, what frozen yogurt you are talking about. In most cases, yes. It’s much healthier simply because frozen yogurt is typically riddled with sugar, high fructose corn syrup, food coloring, and artificial flavors. Unless, of course, you make it at home with healthy ingredients. Then, they are about the same, more or less. Again, it depends on what you put into it.

Can You Make Yogurt Bark With Regular Yogurt?

Yes! While most folks prefer to use Greek yogurt for the extra protein, regular, plain yogurt will work just as well. In fact, if you need this to be dairy-free, simply use a dairy-free yogurt like I did.

A side view of a baking sheet covered in pieces of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark.

Can You Make Yogurt Bark With Frozen Fruit?

It depends on the size of the fruit pieces. In some cases, you could probably get away with it. But in most cases, you’ll never get a frozen strawberry cut into small enough pieces to make the bark edible. So if all you have is frozen fruit, then I highly recommend thawing it, at least partially, so you can chop it into smaller pieces. Just make sure there is no added sugar.

Can You Make Yogurt Bark Without Parchment Paper?

Yes, you can. However, it’s so much easier with parchment! The reason you want parchment is so that you can easily lift the bark out of the baking sheet and onto a cutting board where you will break it into pieces. The yogurt is much more likely to stick to the sheet pan if you don’t use parchment, making it tougher to deal with. That said, it’s not impossible. It can be done.

You can also use foil, but you’ll want to be sure that it is completely smooth under the yogurt, or you’ll end up with pieces of foil in your yogurt bark. Use a new sheet of foil for this. Not one that has been folded or crumpled.

Do not use wax paper.

An overhead view of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark pieces spread out over a baking sheet.

How Do You Freeze Yogurt Without Getting Ice Crystals?

The answer is, to add sweetener. The addition of sweetener slows down the pace at which the yogurt freezes, making it less likely you’ll end up with ice crystals. This recipe includes sweetener, but I did get a little bit of ice. The recipe, as it is written is also just mildly sweet. So if it matters to you, you can double up on the sugar and be just fine. Personally, I liked the ice crystals on mine. But I know that’s not everyone’s cup of tea.

Recipe Additions

Want to add more to this strawberry frozen yogurt bark? Here are some suggestions!

  • Chopped Mango
  • Chopped Kiwi
  • Vanilla extract
  • Chopped Pineapple
  • Chocolate chips
  • Chopped almonds
  • Chopped pistachios
  • Coconut flakes
  • Chopped pecans
  • Chopped walnuts
  • Chia seeds
  • Granola
Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark pieces packed in a storage container.

Dietary Adjustment

Vegan – Use vegan yogurt.

Vegetarian – This is already vegetarian!

Sugar-free – Use an alternative sweetener such as stevia.

Dairy-free – Use a dairy-free yogurt.

Low-carb or Keto – Use sour cream and a low-carb friendly sweetener

The Sweetener

Start with the amount of sweetener called for in the recipe. After blending, taste the “smoothie”. Add more sweetener to taste. Keep in mind that the level of sweetness will go down after freezing. So sweeten just a tiny bit more than you would if you were just drinking this as a smoothie.

About The Ingredients

Fresh strawberries – Cleaned and destemmed.

Pure maple syrup – Or honey

Plain yogurt – Can be regular, Greek, or dairy-free, as long as it’s unflavored.

How To Make Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark

Chopped strawberries on a cutting board.

Chop half of your cleaned strawberries into small chunks.

Strawberries in a blender tumbler.

Toss the other half into a blender.

Sweetener and strawberries in a blender tumbler.
Yogurt added to a blender tumbler.

To the blender add the sweetener and yogurt.

Blended Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark ingredients sitting in a blender tumbler.

Pulse it in the blender just enough to get it blended. The yogurt should be pink.

An overhead view of a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.

Line a sheet pan with parchment paper. My baking pan was quarter-size.

Pouring the blended ingredients onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet.
Blended Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark Recipe ingredients spread out over a parchment lined cookie sheet.
Chopped fresh strawberries sprinkled over the blended mixture on a parchment-lined cookie sheet.

Pour the blended yogurt mixture out onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet and sprinkle on the remaining chopped strawberries evenly.

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark, frozen and uncut, sitting in the sheet pan it was frozen in.

Place in the freezer overnight.

A full slab of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark laying on a cutting board after freezing.

You may have to loosen the edges with a knife or metal spatula. Lift the yogurt bark off the sheet tray by holding the parchment paper, peel the parchment paper off the bottom, and transfer the whole thing over to a cutting board.

Chopped Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark laying on a cutting board.

Cut the yogurt bark into pieces the size of your choosing.

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark pieces packed into a freezer-safe container to store in the freezer.

Transfer to an airtight storage container and return to the freezer.

An overhead view of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark pieces spread out over a metal cookie sheet.

Enjoy a piece whenever you need a refreshing snack or treat.

Storing Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark

As mentioned, you’ll want to store this in an airtight container and keep it in the freezer at all times. Do not store this in the fridge. You will eat this straight from the freezer. Do not thaw.

Recipe Supplies For Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark

Freeze vegan yogurt with fresh berries and nuts and maple syrup added. Freeze flat on a parchment-lined cookie sheet. Break apart for snacks.

Berry Blast: Use a mixture of frozen berries such as strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries with plain Greek yogurt. You can also add a drizzle of honey or agave syrup for extra sweetness.

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Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark Recipe

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Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American
Servings: 1 batch
Calories: 661kcal

Equipment

  • 1 Blender
  • 1 quarter-size sheet pan
  • 1 parchment
  • 1 Sharp knife
  • 1 Cutting board

Ingredients

  • 16 oz. fresh strawberries (cleaned and trimmed – divided)
  • ¼ cup pure maple syrup (or cup honey – or sweetener to taste)
  • 2 cups plain yogurt

Instructions

  • Chop half of your cleaned strawberries into small chunks.
    Chopped strawberries on a cutting board.
  • Toss the other half into a blender.
    Strawberries in a blender tumbler.
  • To the blender add the sweetener and yogurt.
    Yogurt added to a blender tumbler.
  • Pulse it in the blender just enough to get it blended. The yogurt should be pink.
    Blended Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark ingredients sitting in a blender tumbler.
  • Line a sheet pan with parchment paper. My baking pan was quarter-size.
    An overhead view of a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.
  • Pour the blended yogurt mixture out onto a parchment-lined cookie sheet and sprinkle on the remaining chopped strawberries evenly.
    Chopped fresh strawberries sprinkled over the blended mixture on a parchment-lined cookie sheet.
  • Place in the freezer overnight.
    Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark, frozen and uncut, sitting in the sheet pan it was frozen in.
  • You may have to loosen the edges with a knife or metal spatula. Lift the yogurt bark off the sheet tray by holding the parchment paper, peel the parchment paper off the bottom, and transfer the whole thing over to a cutting board.
    A full slab of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark laying on a cutting board after freezing.
  • Cut the yogurt bark into pieces the size of your choosing.
    Chopped Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark laying on a cutting board.
  • Transfer to an airtight storage container and return to the freezer.
    Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark pieces packed into a freezer-safe container to store in the freezer.
  • Enjoy a piece whenever you need a refreshing snack or treat.
    An overhead view of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Bark pieces spread out over a metal cookie sheet.

Notes

Please note that the nutrition data given here is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible.

Nutrition

Serving: 1entire recipe | Calories: 661kcal | Carbohydrates: 112g | Protein: 20g | Fat: 17g | Saturated Fat: 10g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 5g | Cholesterol: 64mg | Sodium: 237mg | Potassium: 1635mg | Fiber: 9g | Sugar: 93g | Vitamin A: 540IU | Vitamin C: 269mg | Calcium: 753mg | Iron: 2mg

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