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Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries Recipe

Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries – Frozen yogurt studded with gorgeous blue and red berries! A delicious, fun, and healthy dessert!

Hello, dear pals! Happy post-Mother’s Day to all the Momma’s! I hope you had a wonderful, joyful, relaxing day! Did it include diamonds and flowers? DO TELL!

My kids (7 and 4 years old) got me something super special… It was “breakfast-in-bed” at 2:30 in the afternoon. They literally made me get in bed under the covers to eat it, and my breakfast included a store-bought muffin PLUS a bottle of water.  Precious little girls… A cup of coffee would have sealed the deal.

So with Mother’s Day behind us, but Memorial Day ahead of us, (4th of July, too) I thought it was time to finally bust out the red, white, and blue in the form of Frozen Yogurt Bark. No chocolate here…

Frozen yogurt topped with blue and red berries.

What is Frozen Yogurt Bark

Basically, it’s your favorite chocolate bark, but instead of melted chocolate, we’re using yogurt! It’s way healthier, it’s refreshing, and it is really, really delicious! I promise.

I’ve been making frozen yogurt bark for a loooong time and I love it thiiiis much. Every time I walk past the fridge, I open up the freezer, grab a square (more like 4 squares) and go. That’s my dessert, that’s my snack, that’s my mid-day satisfaction. Can’t maintain this opposite-of-Kardashian figure with chips and chocolates, know what I’m sayin’? 😁

I also LOVE this similar Cheesecake Bark with Chocolate and Peanut Butter Swirl. YUM!

Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries - Frozen yogurt studded with gorgeous blue and red berries! Delicious, fun, and healthy dessert!

How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark

This is so straight forward, even a kid can do it.

  • I’m gonna need you to first flavor the yogurt with a bit of agave (or honey, or maple syrup),
  • drizzle in a bit of pure vanilla extract,
  • and spread it out on a sheet pan.
Frozen yogurt topped with blue and red berries and broken into squares.
  • The only thing left to do is decorate it with a bunch of red and blue berries and freeze it.
  • Optionally: sprinkle some nuts over it for garnish. I just think it looks prettier with nuts. And I don’t mind the crunch.
Frozen yogurt topped with blue and red berries and broken into squares.

Sidenote: you know what Memorial Day also means, right? THEEE start of summer. THEEE start of bare skin and beaches. THEEE start of put-the-tub-of-ice-cream-away because we can’t hide under a coat no more.

Goodbye sugar and carbs – see you again in September! (wishful thinking?)

P.S. Get on this yogurt bark as soon as you can – a healthy dessert awaits you!




Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries - Frozen yogurt studded with gorgeous blue and red berries!

Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries

Katerina | Diethood
Frozen yogurt studded with gorgeous blue and red berries! A delicious, fun, and healthy dessert!
4.50 from 6 votes
Servings : 8 Servings
Prep Time 10 mins
Freezing Time 2 hrs
Total Time 3 hrs


  • 2 cups nonfat plain yogurt, you can also use flavored yogurt
  • 1/4 cup agave, see notes
  • 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
  • pinch salt
  • strawberries, sliced
  • blueberries
  • raspberries
  • finely chopped pecans, optional


  • Line a baking sheet with wax paper and set aside.
  • In a large mixing bowl combine yogurt, agave, vanilla, lemon juice, and salt; whisk until thoroughly combined.
  • Transfer yogurt mixture to previously prepared baking sheet and spread it around to an even thickness. 
  • Top with berries.
  • Sprinkle with nuts (optional).
  • Freeze for 2 to 3 hours, or until firm.
  • Cut into pieces and serve.
  • Keep in the freezer.



  • If you don’t have agave, honey or maple syrup are also OK to use.
  • If yogurt is flavored, use less agave/sweetener. Taste and adjust accordingly with sweetener.


Calories: 56 kcal | Carbohydrates: 10 g | Protein: 4 g | Fat: 0.1 g | Saturated Fat: 0.1 g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.003 g | Monounsaturated Fat: 0.03 g | Cholesterol: 1 mg | Sodium: 47 mg | Potassium: 157 mg | Fiber: 0.01 g | Sugar: 9 g | Vitamin A: 4 IU | Vitamin C: 2 mg | Calcium: 122 mg | Iron: 0.1 mg | Net Carbs: 10 g

Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.

Course: Desserts
Cuisine: American
Keyword: blueberry dessert recipe, easy strawberry dessert idea, patriotic dessert recipe, raspberry dessert recipe
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44 comments on “Frozen Yogurt Bark with Berries Recipe”

  1. Kinda disappointed. The flavor of the yogurt and berries is definitely super delicious but the dessert is too cold to eat. Yes I know its a frozen dish but it is like biting into ice cream – only colder somehow? It really hurts my teeth to eat and little water crystals formed on top of the yogurt bark even though I only froze it for 2 hours. The little crystals give it a weird crunch and watered down taste I don’t enjoy. I really think this could be great but it’s too cold.

    1. Aleah, I feel the same exact way. Made this yesterday and it’s just too cold to bite. Gives me brain freeze and hurts my teeth, lol. I’m thinking I might let it thaw just a tiny bit and try that. It tastes good, just can’t handle the cold.

  2. I’ve done this, and it tastes too icy, like it has freezer burn. Is there any way around this?

    1. Katerina - Diethood
      Katerina Petrovska

      You could put wax paper or plastic wrap on top of the yogurt mixture and just pat it down over the yogurt. That should help with avoiding those ice crystals. You can also freeze it and then break it up into pieces – do this as soon as it’s frozen – and put those pieces in a ziploc bag.

      1. I’ve made this 4 times and when I eat it as a snack, I usually go back to the freezer 1 or 2 times. Hits the spot! I always add pecan chips for the added texture and a bit of protein.

  3. How long after you take a piece from the freezer does it start to thaw out? I know it is an odd question but I was thinking if I wrapped a piece or two in a napkin and took them out the door, I could eat in the car- but would that be a horribly bad idea?

    1. Katerina - Diethood
      Katerina Petrovska

      Yeah, I do that. Just before I head out, I take a couple pieces in a napkin and eat in the car. 😊

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    Carel wheeler

    I flavor 2 c yogurt w one pkg sugar free instant pudding or sugar free jello and made following combos: lime jello w coconut topping, chocolate pudding w crushed pretzels and peanut butter, orange jello w bananas, cheesecake pudding w crushed graham crackers, the possibilities are endless!

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