At Christmas my mum typically makes this delicious chocolate bark which she sprinkles with candy canes. It’s just the right amount of peppermint and tastes delicious. I’ve seen loads of different “barks” on Pinterest and it got me thinking I’d make some Yogurt Bark for the little man.
I’d bulk purchased yogurts that were on offer (as you do) and b decided he doesn’t really like them anymore. Yay. The use by was earlier this week and instead of binge eating yogurt, I decided I’d freeze them!
To make Yogurt Bark with all your leftover yogurts, you need the following:
- Leftover yogurts – any flavour works.
- Sprinkles / hundreds and thousands. Now you could use some fruit or dried cranberry and pistachio (if you want to get serious) but I like to just go with what I have in at the time. And sprinkles it is.
- Some baking paper and a baking try.
To prep your bark, line your baking tray with the baking paper. Spread your yogurt on the baking paper using a spoon. It doesn’t need to be perfect… below!
Next, sprinkle over the hundreds and thousands. Then pop in the freezer until your yogurt has frozen.
When you’re ready to serve, simply take it out of the freezer and peel away the baking paper. Snap the frozen yogurt into bite size pieces and serve : )
Your yogurt bark needs to be eaten pretty much straight away or you end up with a yogurt mess.
One tip – b thought it was ice cream until he heard me say it was yogurt. Stick with ice cream 😉
I did take other photos of the bark but I really like this one of his little hand swooping in to grab a piece.
If you enjoyed our festive yogurt bark, be sure to pin the pics for later and share on Facebook! You never know how many yogurts you might save!