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Frozen Yogurt Bark

Treat yourself to a tasty Frozen Yogurt Bark! Sprinkled with raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries, it’s the ultimate snack, dessert, or even a fun breakfast option. It’s light, yummy, and ready to be enjoyed!

Yogurt bark topped with berries and broken into pieces.

Yogurt Bark Recipe With Berries

Friends, get ready for a game changer in the snack department: it’s this frozen yogurt bark. It’s a mix of plain yogurt, agave, vanilla, and a touch of lemon juice, spread out and frozen to create a cool, refreshing treat. Dot the creamy base with strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries, and you’ve got a colorful, tasty goodie. Want a bit of crunch? Toss on some chopped pecans or granola, and in just a few hours in the freezer, it’s ready to be broken into pieces and enjoyed. It’s a simple snack that’s ready to grab and go from the freezer whenever you need a sweet, refreshing bite!

Why We Love This Recipe

  • Quick and Easy: In a world where we’re always on the go, this yogurt bark takes just minutes to prep, and then the freezer does the rest.
  • Customizable: Whether you’re all about those berries or looking to mix things up with different fruits and nuts, this recipe is your canvas. It’s all about making it your own!
  • A Nutritious Bite: When those sweet cravings hit, it’s this yogurt bark to the rescue. It’s a dessert that gives us all those indulgent vibes without the guilt.
  • Perfect for Sharing: Whether it’s a sunny afternoon treat for the kids or a midnight snack for yourself, this bark is made for sharing.
Frozen yogurt bark topped with berries and nuts.

Ingredients For Frozen Yogurt Bark

  • Plain Nonfat Yogurt (or flavored yogurt if preferred): Offers a creamy, tangy taste that freezes wonderfully for a cool goodie.
  • Agave: Adds a touch of sweetness to the yogurt.
  • Vanilla Extract: Infuses the yogurt with a warm flavor that complements the berries.
  • Fresh Lemon Juice: Gives a hint of zestiness, brightening up the flavors and adding a refreshing note.
  • Salt: Just a pinch. It enhances all the other flavors, making the sweetness and tartness pop.
  • Strawberries, Blueberries, Raspberries: These add juicy bursts of flavor and natural sweetness, plus they make the bark look colorful and inviting!
  • Pecans & Granola: If you want some crunch and nuttiness, sprinkle these over the top before freezing.

How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark

  • Prepare the Baking Sheet: Lay a sheet of wax paper over a baking sheet and set it aside.
  • Mix the Base Ingredients: In a large bowl, mix together the yogurt, agave, vanilla extract, lemon juice, and a pinch of salt until well combined.
  • Spread the Yogurt Mixture: Transfer the mixture onto the lined baking sheet and smooth it out evenly.
  • Add the Berries: Scatter strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries evenly over the yogurt layer.
  • Add Nuts and/or Granola: Sprinkle chopped pecans or granola over the top to add a crunchy texture.
  • Freeze: Place the baking sheet in the freezer and let it sit for 2 to 3 hours or until firm.
  • Cut and Serve: Use a knife or your hands to cut the frozen yogurt bark into pieces.

Tips & Variations

  • Yogurt: Feel free to experiment with flavored yogurts and different types of yogurt.
  • Sweeteners: If agave isn’t your thing, substitute with honey, maple syrup, or any sweetener you choose. Adjust the quantity according to taste.
  • Berry Varieties: Don’t limit yourself to the listed berries; feel free to mix in other fruits.
  • Texture: For an even consistency, ensure the yogurt mixture is smoothed out evenly on the baking sheet to avoid thin or thick spots.
  • Serving: Use a pizza cutter for easy and quick cutting of the bark into pieces. It works like a charm.
  • Storage Hack: Store the bark pieces between layers of parchment paper in an airtight container to keep them from sticking together in the freezer.
Yogurt bark topped with blue and red berries and broken into squares.

How To Serve Yogurt Bark

  • Break Into Pieces: Use your hands or a knife to break the bark into desired size pieces. For a cleaner cut, use a sharp knife to cut it into squares or rectangles.
  • Serving Style: Lay the pieces out on a serving tray but not overlapping to prevent them from sticking together.
  • Garnish: If desired, garnish with a sprinkle of extra toppings or a drizzle of honey or chocolate to elevate the visual appeal and flavor.
  • Serve Immediately: Since yogurt bark melts fairly quickly at room temperature, serve it immediately. Use it as a refreshing appetizer or a cool snack on a warm day.


  • Keep any leftover bark pieces in the freezer to maintain their texture and freshness.

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Frozen Yogurt Bark

Katerina | Diethood
Frozen Yogurt Bark studded with blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries! A delicious, fun, and light dessert!
4.75 from 16 votes
Servings : 8 Servings
Prep Time 10 minutes
Freezing Time 2 hours
Total Time 3 hours


  • 2 cups nonfat plain yogurt, you can also use flavored yogurt
  • ¼ cup agave
  • ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • ¼ teaspoon fresh lemon juice
  • pinch salt
  • strawberries, sliced
  • blueberries
  • raspberries
  • finely chopped pecans, optional
  • granola, optional


  • Line a baking sheet with wax paper and set aside.
  • In a large mixing bowl, combine the yogurt, agave, vanilla, lemon juice, and salt; whisk until thoroughly combined.
  • Transfer the yogurt mixture to the baking sheet and spread it out to an even thickness. Top with berries, and sprinkle with chopped nuts and granola, if using.
  • Freeze for 2 to 3 hours, or until firm.
  • Remove from the freezer, break it into pieces, and serve.
  • Keep in the freezer.



  • Yogurt Options: Try various yogurt flavors or types to find your favorite blend. If using flavored yogurt, use less sweetener.
  • Sweetening Choices: Swap out agave for alternatives like honey or maple syrup, adjusting the quantity to your preference.
  • Fruit Mix: Expand beyond the suggested berries and use different fruits for a varied taste.
  • Even Spread: Evenly spread the yogurt mix on the baking sheet for consistent texture. You can use an offset spatula to spread it out.
  • Cutting Tip: A pizza cutter makes slicing easier.
  • Storage Tip: Keep the frozen bark pieces separated with parchment layers in a sealed container to avoid sticking. Keep frozen.


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

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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47 comments on “Frozen Yogurt Bark”

  1. The nice thing about this recipe is you can be as creative as you want with your toppings and even the flavouring of your yogurt. Definitely something to have waiting in your freezer for those temptations and entertaining guests.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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!

    1. I did, and it turned out well. I think it kind of evens out because you end up freezing everything anyways.

  6. This was shockingly delicious! I made it as a Valentine’s Day treat for my husband who has sworn off desserts since the start of the year. Used sliced strawberries to make a heart (of course), then added blueberries, chopped pistachios, and 2 small squares of chopped dark chocolate. Really good!!!

  7. Yes, this look really good to snack on. What size pan for snack? Is it a 13X9 glass dish? I was hoping I would see amounts of fruits to add. Also, I was directed to which shopping area to choose to find ingredients. I don’t care to do that. I would appreciate more information on the recipe. Thanks!

    1. Katerina - Diethood
      Katerina Petrovska

      13×9 will definitely work, but for a thinner bark, I’d go with a jelly roll pan, which is 10.5 x 15.5.

    1. Katerina - Diethood
      Katerina Petrovska

      Yes, you don’t have to use a sweetener. You can also see to use a fruit yogurt that is sugar free.

  8. Would it be horrible tasting without any sweetener? I am on an eating plan with no sweetners of ANY kind except for the natural sugars in fruit. Thanks!

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    Srividhya Gopalakrishnan

    All I can say is WOW… this is a great idea. Loving it to the core. Will definitely try this. Thanks for sharing. Perfect and guild free snack to munch on. 🙂

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    Deborah @ The Harvest Kitchen

    So pretty! Such a great healthy snack!! Would be a fun dessert for the Fourth of July too!!

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