I saw a video on Facebook of someone making a variation this Greek yogurt bark and thought to myself, "How clever!" They called it breakfast bark, but I love eating my Greek yogurt for dessert at night. Just have never thought about it in a bark format. When I made this the other day, the interesting thing about it was that all that chewing -- or something -- made me fuller than normal. I could not even finish it! And normally, unfrozen, these amounts would be a normal dessert for me, Interesting, huh?
So here is the super easy recipe! I can think of so many other variations I need to try, namely something with peanut butter LOL
Greek Yogurt Berry BarkServes 1 (or 2 normal eaters)
- 1 cup plain, fat-free Greek yogurt, divided
- 1 tbsp cocoa power, I used dark cocoa
- 4 tbsp stevia powder, or sweetener of choice, divided
- 1/2 mixed berries, I used frozen
- 1 tbsp unsweetened coconut flakes
- 10 almonds, chopped
Line a plate or small serving dish with foil or parchment paper, spray with nonstick spray to be safe. In a small bowl, mix 1/2 cup of Greek yogurt with 2 tbsp stevia. Drop onto foil. Put the remaining Greek yogurt in the bowl and stir in cocoa power and remaining stevia. Drop onto foil and spread evenly. Drag your spatula through it like a hashmark to marble it. Top with berries, coconut, and almonds. Place in freezer for approx 2 hours until frozen. Pull the foil out of the pan, and allow to sit at room temperature for 5 minutes. Use a pizza cutter or break into pieces. Enjoy!
Nutritional Facts per Serving
27 g protein
24 g carbs
8 g fat