If you need an easy, healthy snack your kids will love, this Healthy Rainbow Fruit Frozen Yogurt Bark is fantastic. No sugar added and only 3 ingredients (if you count the fruit as one), this sweet and tangy treat will be a hit with everyone. Its vibrant rainbow colors and “popsicle” qualities make this healthy treat a delicious snack any day!
My girls love frozen treats especially when it’s fruit flavored. They love popsicles, frozen Go-Gurts, frozen fruit. If it’s frozen, they like it! BooBaw, my 2-year-old, can down 2 or 3 frozen Go-Gurts for breakfast any day and my LouLaw will eat a whole 12oz bag of frozen raspberries if I let her. I thought, with St. Patrick’s Day coming up and all the rainbow love in the air, I’d share this delicious rainbow fruit frozen yogurt bark recipe. We love it! Check out my little demonstration video!
Here’s my little LouLaw enjoying a piece of this delicious rainbow-colored yogurt bark. When she took a bit, she said “Mom, this is soooo good. I love it so much!” If that doesn’t convince you that this frozen yogurt bark is delish, I don’t know what will. 😉
This fresh fruit frozen yogurt treat is a perfect snack for you if you like popsicle yummies like my kiddos do. It sweet yet tangy, full of fresh fruit, all while being frozen in a delicious frozen yogurt base. Mmmmmm! It’s sooo yummy.
As a mom, I love this recipe because it’s ingredients are clean and fresh. I love it when I don’t have to be the “meanie mommy” and say NO when the kids as me for a second or third piece. I can say YES! without feeling like I’m pumping them full of sugar or high fructose corn syrup. I love that! Another great thing about this cold sweet treat is, it only takes about 5 minutes to throw together, and then you let the freezer does the rest. Here’s what I used:
Pretty simple, right? I chose to use red strawberries, cutie oranges, yellow mango, green grapes, blueberries, and a plum. I drizzled blueberry yogurt over the top for a little extra purple but you could skip it.
Some other fruits you could use for the rainbow colors could be:
- Red – strawberries, red apple, cherries, raspberries, cranberries, blood orange, red grapes, pomegranate, watermelon
- Orange – cuties, navel orange, tangerine, cantaloupe, peach, papaya, nectarine
- Yellow – yellow mango, banana, lemon, pineapple, pear, Asian pear, yellow apple
- Green – green grapes, honeydew, kiwi, green apple, lime, green pear
- Blue – blueberries, blackberries, plum, black grapes, elderberries, black currants
- Purple – plum, purple grapes, elderberries
What other fruits would you add to your frozen yogurt bark?
After cutting all the fruit into small chunks, I spread the yogurt onto a baking sheet lined with a silicone mat. The silicone mat makes the frozen yogurt release with ease. Then, I evenly sprinkled each kind of fruit over the yogurt. Once the yogurt was topped with the rainbow-colored fruit, I used a plastic bag to pipe the blueberry yogurt over the top. It looked so pretty with all its rainbow colors!
Into the freezer it went, to chill out. It took a couple hours to freeze. Here’s a before-and-after shot.
It was such a beautiful, vibrant treat.
So delicious! Once it was frozen, I broke it into smaller pieces. This needed to be stored in the freezer, so I placed the pieces in a freezer bag and stuck them in the freezer. Of course, we enjoyed a few pieces before that happened. 😉
Now, when my girls what a little treat they reach for this delicious, tangy, HEALTHY frozen yogurt treat. I love that it’s healthy and they can enjoy a few pieces in one sitting without making me feeling like a bad mom. They love it for breakfast, eat it with lunch, or enjoy it as an afternoon snack. Then again, who wouldn’t?!
This quick frozen treat is an awesome addition to our freezer treats and sweets. It’s cold, delicious, full of fresh ingredients, and my kids LOVE it. That’s my kind of treat!
What is your favorite frozen treat?
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