easy frozen yoghurt bark

recipe  22nd April 2015 by

As the weather here in London actually does seem to be getting warmer (huzzah!) we’ve started experimenting with refreshing new ways to enjoy graze snacks.

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You can use any ingredients you like for this super easy frozen yoghurt bark.

All you have to do is…

  1. mix them into a big pot of your favourite yoghurt
  2. line a tray with cling film or a baking sheet
  3. spread yoghurt mixture evenly over tray
  4. put in the freezer for at least 2 hours

We’ve used fresh red fruits along with a graze punnet of coco paradise, and finished it off with some crushed dried raspberry (because why not).

blueberry froyo

and here are some other tasty combinations to try:

  • banana, honey and salted fudge & peanut cookie
  • raspberries, maple syrup and dark rocky road
  • blueberries, pistachios and bountiful berries

ingredients

  • 1 cup greek yoghurt
  • raspberries
  • chopped strawberries
  • freeze dried raspberries
  • honey

instructions

froyo bark main

Mix all the fresh fruit into a big pot of yoghurt, add honey to taste

Line a tray with cling film or a baking sheet.

Spread yoghurt mixture evenly over tray and sprinkle with coco paradise.

Put in the freezer for at least 2 hours.

order ingredients

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  • coco paradise multipack

    mini Belgian milk chocolate drops, raw coconut flakes and juicy dried cranberries

  • pistachio kernels (200g)

    rich and tasty raw pistachio nuts, de-shelled ready to enjoy

  • bountiful berries multipack

    dried golden berries, dried cranberries, green raisins and dried blueberries

  • dark chocolate cherry tart multipack

    dark chocolate buttons, Chilean flame raisins, dried sour cherries and raw pecan nuts

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Sophie is our London-based blogger, queen of content and all things writing at graze HQ! She loves working with the taste expert team to bring their recipes out into the world.

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