Frozen Yogurt Bark

5 from 1350 votes

Simple and quick to make, this frozen yogurt bark is the perfect summer treat. Topped with fresh berries and crunchy granola, it's a perfect hot weather snack.

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Cool down this summer with this healthy frozen yogurt bark. Topped with blueberries, strawberries and granola, it’s perfect for snacks, dessert or even breakfast. With its red, white and blue colors, it’s perfect to enjoy on the 4th of July too!

Plate of frozen yogurt bark
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Ingredients & substitutions

  • Yogurt: Use a full fat yogurt for the best texture and flavor. Vanilla yogurt is a great base to use, but you can use any flavor you like.
  • Fruit: Fresh strawberries and blueberries add a great pop of color and it’s a tasty way to get some fruit into your family’s diet. You can make this bark with other fresh fruits like mango, raspberries or kiwi fruit.
  • Granola: Try this homemade granola recipe, make your own or use any store-bought ones you like. You can also skip the granola and add something else crunchy like nuts, seeds, or even chocolate chips!
Ingredients to make the recipe

How to make yogurt bark

  1. Spread the yogurt evenly over a lined baking sheet.
  2. Top with chopped strawberries.
  3. Top with blueberries or any other fruits.
  4. Finish with granola and freeze until firm.
4 image collage to show how to layer the yogurt, then the fruit, then the granola in a quarter baking sheet

Tips for making frozen bark

  1. Use full fat yogurt. Using yogurt with full fat means that the texture will less likely get icy when frozen. It will also have a better taste that’s more creamy.
  2. Chop everything small. Small fruits like blueberries work very well here and chopping larger fruits to be about the size of blueberries helps with cutting the bark. Make sure the fruits are not too bulky either so the bark looks flat.
  3. Line your baking sheet. This will help to remove the bark easily from the tray, if you don’t line it, the yogurt will freeze to it and it will be really tough to remove. Use parchment or wax paper to line the entire surface of your sheet pan.
  4. Allow time for the bark to set. It will take around 3 hours for the bark to fully set in the freezer. Make it the night before to enjoy the next day.

Frequently asked questions

How long does it keep?

Once you have cut your frozen yogurt bark, store it in a bag or airtight container with the pieces separated with parchment. It will keep well for up to 3 months. You can enjoy it right from the freezer for an easy summer snack.

Can you use frozen fruits?

You can use fresh or frozen fruits, but if using larger ones, like strawberries, it’s best to use fresh so that you can slice them into smaller pieces more easily.

What else can you add?

You can add so many different toppings to this berry and granola yogurt bark. Nuts, chocolate chips, dried fruits and seeds are all great additions. Even drizzle over some maple syrup, honey or chocolate sauce if you fancy!

Frozen yogurt bark with fruits and granola getting cut

This frozen yogurt bark, topped with berries and granola is a great healthy summer treat for the whole family. It takes minutes to make and will keep everyone happy during the hot months!

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Frozen Yogurt Bark

Simple and quick to make, this frozen yogurt bark is the perfect summer treat. Topped with fresh berries and crunchy granola, it's a perfect hot weather snack.
5 from 1350 votes
Servings 12 pieces
Course Dessert, Snack
Calories 52
Prep Time 10 minutes
Freezer time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 10 minutes
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  • 2 cups whole milk vanilla yogurt
  • ½ cup diced strawberries
  • ¼ cup blueberries
  • ¼ cup granola


  • Line a rimmed baking quarter sheet with wax or parchment paper.
  • Pour the yogurt into the baking dish and spread evenly on the prepared baking sheet so that it fills the shape.
  • Top with the strawberries, blueberries and granola.
  • Place in the freezer until the yogurt is firm, about 3 hours.
  • Cut into 12-15 pieces, and enjoy cold.
  • Store leftovers in the freezer.


Storage: Store in the freezer for up to 3 months.


Calories: 52kcal, Carbohydrates: 6g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 2g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g, Monounsaturated Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 5mg, Sodium: 21mg, Potassium: 95mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 4g, Vitamin A: 43IU, Vitamin C: 4mg, Calcium: 55mg, Iron: 1mg

Nutrition information provided is an estimate. It will vary based on cooking method and specific ingredients used.

Cuisine American
Course: Dessert, Snack
5 from 1350 votes (1,317 ratings without comment)

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  1. marlene says:

    I have made this a few times and it is awesome!!!! I did feel like something was a little off and I believe it’s because I used a nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt. I’m going to do it with the full fat like you said. Also, I tried it with hot honey in the mix. It was good but where I drizzled the hot honey it didn’t freeze. So instead when I take it out of the freezer I drizzle the hot honey over. It’s spicy, but oh so good. For the granola I used the brand KIND (flavor: peanut butter clusters), plus I shook some peanut butter powder over it. Then I melted down chocolate chips (LILLYS brand, no sugar—they use stevia). I also put in the fruit. Thank you so much for this recipe!!!!!

    1. Yumna J. says:

      Aww I love to hear that, Marlene! Thanks so much for sharing all your tweaks, I love idea of drizzling hot honey on top for a little bit of spice!!

  2. Mary Jo says:

    I just made this. I really like it, but I think it was my fruit. It tasted someone bitter/sour. I used strawberries and blueberries. The strawberries weren’t very sweet. The blueberries were good. Any suggestions? Thanks!

    1. Yumna J. says:

      That can happen, especially outside of berry season! If your berries are a little sour, I recommend adding mango, chocolate chips, dried fruit, or even a drizzle of maple syrup, honey, or chocolate to sweeten up your yogurt bark.

  3. Erin Driver says:

    Would sunflower seeds work instead of granola? Maybe seeds or nuts would get too soggy?

    1. Yumna says:

      Sure, that would work well!

  4. Ashley Ortega says:

    This was good, but maybe I cut my strawberries a little thick? My kids were complain that they couldn’t bite through the berries. Does everyone else slice the fruit super thin?

    1. Yumna says:

      You can also let it temper a little a room temperature for a bit before enjoying to soften the fruit a bit, or dice them into smaller pieces. Hope this helps.

  5. Alice says:

    What size baking sheet

    1. Yumna says:

      I call for using a quarter sheet pan lined with wax paper. The size of a quarter sheet pan is 9 1/2” x 13”.

      1. Alice says:

        Thank you

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