Berry Granola Yogurt Bark – is perfect for breakfast, snacks or dessert for your toddler or kids. Made with 4 simple ingredients – yogurt, mixed berries, honey and granola. Plus, it only takes 5 minutes to make a batch of this healthy sweet treat that kids love!

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Berry Granola Yogurt Bark

Your kids are going to love this frozen yogurt bark – it’s a perfect summer treat and is healthy enough to serve as a quick breakfast 👌 on those crazy busy mornings!

The colors are so bright and vibrant 💜 and thanks to the granola and berry toppings there are lots of different textures to enjoy. So much more fun and interesting to eat than a boring yogurt tube!

Super quick and easy to make, this yogurt bark is fun to make with your little ones. My kids can not get enough of it😋!

Berry Yogurt Bark Video

Watch this video to see step-by-step instructions on how to make this recipe!

Reasons to Love this Yogurt Bark

  • easy recipe for breakfast, snack or dessert
  • toddler, kid and adult approved
  • 4 simple ingredients
  • 5 minutes of prep time
  • can use fresh or frozen fruit
  • high in protein
  • can be made gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free
  • naturally sweetened
  • healthy frozen treat on hot summer day
  • full of antioxidants, fiber and probiotics
  • prep once – serve multiple times
  • great for meal prepping
Spread of ingredients for the berry yogurt bark for toddler and kids.

Ingredients

  • Mixed berries: You can use either fresh or frozen berries in this recipe. I like to use a mix of different berries, but you can just use strawberries or blackberries or whatever your kids’ favorites are! Berries are loaded with lots of different vitamins and minerals. They contain lots of antioxidants as well as fiber.
  • Plain yogurt: I prefer to use plain yogurt in this recipe, but you can also use Greek or a vanilla-flavored yogurt if you prefer. Yogurt is a great source of protein, calcium and vitamin B.
  • Honey: Honey is a great way to add natural sweetness without the need for refined sugar. If you can, use a raw or natural honey that is richer in antioxidants. Using honey instead of sugar will help you to avoid those dreaded sugar highs!
  • Granola: You can make your own granola or use your favorite store-bought variety. If you buy a store-bought one, try add get one with a low amount of added sugars. Granola is made with nuts and seeds that are high in protein and fiber.

Allergy Substitutions

  • Gluten-Free: use gluten-free granola
  • Nut-Free: use nut-free granola
  • Dairy-Free: you can easily use any brand of dairy-free yogurt in this recipe.

Instructions

  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
  • Blend together some of the berries, the yogurt and honey.
  • Pour the yogurt onto the baking sheet and spread with a knife or spatula until you have a smooth layer.
  • Sprinkle on the remaining berries and top with granola.
  • Place the tin in the freezer for at least 4 hours.
  • Take the baking sheet out of the fridge and break the yogurt bark into chunks with your hands.
  • Serve and enjoy.

COOKING WITH KIDS

You can easily have your toddlers and kids help makes this yogurt bark.

TODDLERS

  • Toddlers can help measure and pour the fruit, yogurt and honey into the blender.
  • They can help put the lid on the blender and push start. Note: make sure to talk about not touching the blender blade while making something in the blender, as it can be sharp. 
  • Once blended, toddlers can help pour the yogurt mixture onto the baking sheet and spread out with a spoon or spatula.
  • Their favorite part might be to help sprinkle the granola and chopped berries on top.
  • With help, they can place the yogurt bark into the freezer.

KIDS

  • You can pretty much let older kids make this recipe by themselves. 
  • They can pick out and measure all of the ingredients. Note: make sure to talk about not touching the blender blade while making something in the blender, as it can be sharp. 
  • Kids can pour the yogurt bark onto a baking sheet, spread out with a knife or spatula, sprinkle the granola and chop berries on top and place the finished yogurt bark into the freezer.
Plate full of berry granola bark for toddlers and kids.

OTHER GREAT FROZEN TREATS

Girl reaching for a piece of berry granola bark.

Tips for Making the Best Yogurt Bark

  • Size of Baking Dish: you can use 9 x 9″, 9 x 13″ or any baking sheet you have on hand. The thickness of the bark will be determined by the size pan you use. I used a 9 x 9″ in this recipe, which made the bark pretty thick, and did not deter my kids whatsoever.
  • Toppings: …don’t skimp!
  • Freezing Time: Let the bark freeze for at least 4 to 5 hours, but it’s best to freeze overnight if you can.
  • Storage: Store the yogurt bark in an airtight container and keep it in the freezer for up to 1 month. Be sure to store it in the freezer, or it can turn back into a liquid.

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This yummy yogurt bark is perfect for breakfast, snacks or dessert. Made with 4 simple ingredients, it only takes 5 minutes to make a batch of this healthy sweet treat that kids love!

Ingredients 

  • 3 cups mixed berries, fresh or frozen, separated
  • 2 cups plain yogurt (see notes)
  • 2-3 tbsp honey
  • 1/2 cup granola

Instructions 

  • Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. You can use a 9×9 baking dish, 9×13 baking dish or a 13×18 baking sheet, depending on how thick you want your bark.
  • In a blender, add in 2 cups of the berries, the yogurt and honey and blend until smooth.
  • Pour the yogurt onto the baking sheet and spread with a knife or spatula until you have a smooth layer.
  • Sprinkle on the remaining chopped berries and granola. Place the baking sheet in the freezer for at least 4 hours.
  • Take the baking sheet out of the fridge and break the yogurt bark into chunks with your hands.
  • Serve and enjoy.

Notes

Age: 1 year and up
Yield: roughly 16 pieces of bark
Storage: store in an air-tight container in the freezer for up to 1 month. 
Yogurt Notes: you can use Greek or regular plain yogurt for these recipes. Since Greek yogurt tends to be more tart, I would recommend you adding a little more honey to sweeten it. You can also use vanilla or honey flavored yogurt, which has more added sugar in it, so I would omit the honey from the recipe. 
Berry Notes: you can use any mixed berries you prefer – fresh or frozen. I used frozen berries for the yogurt mixture and chopped fresh berries for the topping. But you can easily use whichever version you have on hand. 
 
Serving: 1serving, Calories: 54kcal, Carbohydrates: 11.6g, Protein: 3.1g, Fat: 2.3g, Saturated Fat: 0.6g, Cholesterol: 2mg, Sodium: 23mg, Potassium: 148mg, Fiber: 1.6g, Sugar: 7.7g, Calcium: 66mg

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