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Yogurt Granola Bark

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  • Prep 15min
  • Total2hr15min
  • Servings12

Rich yogurt and tart raspberry come together in this easy yogurt granola bark for a breakfast treat you’ll want to keep in your freezer all the time.MORE+LESS-



containers (5.5 oz each) Liberté® organic Philippine coconut or lavender yogurt


cup Cascadian Farm™ organic oats and honey granola


cup fresh raspberries, halved


tablespoons chopped toasted walnuts


teaspoon shredded orange peel, if desired


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    Line large rimmed cookie sheet with cooking parchment paper. Stir each container of yogurt, and spread on parchment paper to 1/4-inch thickness (15x10-inch rectangle).

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    Top with remaining ingredients. Freeze 2 to 2 1/2 hours or until firmly set. Break into pieces. Store pieces in covered container in freezer.

Expert Tips

  • For a little salt to go with your sweet, opt for salted walnuts.
  • A bartender’s zester with channel knife is the best tool for easily making beautiful shreds of citrus peel.

Nutrition Information

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size: 1 Serving
Calories from Fat
% Daily Value
Total Fat
Saturated Fat
Trans Fat
Total Carbohydrate
Dietary Fiber
% Daily Value*:
Vitamin A
Vitamin C

1/2 Starch; 0 Fruit; 1/2 Other Carbohydrate; 0 Skim Milk; 0 Low-Fat Milk; 0 Milk; 0 Vegetable; 0 Very Lean Meat; 0 Lean Meat; 0 High-Fat Meat; 1 Fat;

*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

  • Liberté is a registered trademark of Liberty Brand Products Inc. used under license.

Weight Watchers Freestyle Frozen Yogurt Granola Bark

I am a part of quite a few Weight Watchers Facebook Groups and a common request people ask for are low point desserts and snacks. So, I thought I would share my Weight Watchers Freestyle Frozen Yogurt Granola Bark with you.

These are extremely versatile – you can add any fresh fruit you like – I usually use strawberries. You can switch out the vanilla extract for another flavor such as almond. You can substitute granola for chopped nuts. And, you can also make these completely 0 Points for the entire pan if you don’t add the low fat granola. Either way you choose, you are going to love these bars.

And the recipe is super simple – no baking is required – and these Weight Watchers Freestyle Frozen Yogurt Granola Bark are extremely healthy and have lots of protein too.

Make These 4-Ingredient Yogurt Bark Recipes in 15 Minutes or Less

If you dream of eating popsicles for breakfast every single day, welcome to the world of yogurt bark. Yogurt bark is basically yogurt that&aposs been frozen into a slab and then broken into smaller pieces. Think peanut brittle, except with yogurt and fruit, and granola instead of sugar and peanuts. Yogurt bark is like a frozen parfait, and it might be the easiest way to eat yogurt when you&aposre on the move. Because it&aposs frozen solid, you don&apost need any utensils, and there&aposs no risk of spilling.

It&aposs also super easy to make, with no baking required. Really, the whole process of making yogurt bark takes less than 15 minutes. All you have to do is line a rimmed baking sheet with wax or parchment paper. Then take your yogurt, any type and any flavor, and pour it out onto the sheet. Cover it with your toppings of choice, and pop the whole thing in your freezer for at least three hours, or until frozen. Then break it into pieces and enjoy.

Once you&aposve got the technique down, you should play around with ingredients. This is where yogurt bark gets really fun. Yogurt is basically a blank canvas, and you can use any flavor with any combination of toppings. And you don&apost have to make a ton of yogurt bark at once. Yogurt bark is a great way to use up leftover yogurt just use a smaller pan or even line a shallow plate with wax paper instead of a full-size baking sheet.

Yogurt bark also a great way to use up whatever fruit you have in the fridge or nuts and granola you have in the pantry. Just plop those goodies on top of your yogurt, pop the whole thing in the freezer, and eat what&aposs basically a popsicle for breakfast.

If you&aposre looking for some inspiration to get started on your yogurt bark journey, here are six different, super-easy yogurt bark recipes with just four ingredients.

Two Good® Yogurt Nutrition

Each 5.3oz serving of Two Good Vanilla Greek Yogurt has 2g of total sugar, 80 calories, and 3g of carbs. In fact, this keto-friendly** vanilla Greek yogurt has 80% less sugar than average Greek yogurts (2g of sugar per 5.3oz compared to 10g of sugar per 5.3oz in average Greek yogurts) because it is made using a unique slow-straining process that removes sugar from the milk, leaving 2g of total sugar in each serving. It is also an excellent source of protein, with 12g of high-quality protein per serving.

Granola bark

In a departure from pretty much all of our norms, we went to Las Vegas this past weekend to celebrate a friend’s big birthday because… why not? Possibly needless to say, my opportunities these days to take long plane rides with no kids, lounge by pools long enough to finish books, uninterrupted even, and spend exactly zero minutes searching for or scrubbing sippy cup parts are scarce and when graced with a chance to do all of the above at once, it took half a second to book our tickets. Also needless to say, I could now use more sleep, less gin, and to reintroduce my system to fresh fruits and vegetables. This probably means we did it correctly.

I’m glad I did at least one semi-wholesome before I left, which was to make a big satisfying sheet of granola in the format of breakable “bark.” This comes from the new cookbook, Tartine All Day from Elisabeth Prueitt, half of the duo behind the famed bakery in San Francisco. To say I have been excited about this book would be the understatement of the season. Ever since I discovered Prueitt’s Instagram last year, where she shared the bits and pieces (with recipes!) of what she was fine-tuning for this book, I had a running list in my head of recipes I couldn’t wait to get to, and some I couldn’t even wait that long for. Also in this book, an apple beehive* that will torture me until good apples are back in season in New York a 5-day sauerkraut, cider caramel ribs, and crispy waffles** also made the shortlist, but I’m glad I got to this first because it’s been way too long since we had a new granola recipe here and this one ticks all the boxes: not too sweet, good crisp, but not tooth-breaking crunch, and if you’re in it for the big chunks, you know, the ones you fish out of the jar first (of course you do), you’re in for a treat because this is basically all-cluster granola.

* I really want to try a savory version with potatoes. I mean, it’s been a whole two weeks since my last major cooking flop so why not, right?
** Incidentally, the book is also gluten-free but something I enjoyed about it is that you can flip through and barely notice it it’s not the focus of the book, simple a fact because Prueitt tends to a gluten intolerance. Wheat-based recipes are the inspiration and reference point this is more apparent in the baking recipes, of course.


Granola Bark

  • Servings: About 16
  • Time: 1 hour
  • Source:Tartine All Day: Modern Recipes For the Home Cook

Prueitt notes that the granola bark works without the egg white, but it’s more crisp with it.

  • 1/2 cup (120 ml) maple syrup, honey or half of each
  • 1/2 cup (75 grams) coconut or brown sugar
  • 1/4 cup (60 ml) water
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons ground cinnamon (but I skipped this)
  • 3 cups (300 grams) rolled oats (not quick-cooking)
  • 1 1/4 cups (175 grams) almonds, chopped
  • 1 1/4 cups (60 grams) unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1/2 cup (80 grams) flax seeds or chia seeds, whole or ground
  • 1/4 cup (35 grams) sesame seeds
  • 1/2 cup (60 grams) almond or hazelnut flour
  • 1/3 cup (80 ml) olive, vegetable or coconut oil, or melted butter
  • 1 large egg white, whisked until frothy

Combine maple syrup, sugar, water, vanilla and salt in a small saucepan and bring to a boil, stirring to dissolve the sugar and salt. Remove from heat and let cool to lukewarm.

Meanwhile combine cinnamon (if using), oats, almonds, coconut, seeds, almond or hazelnut flour in a large bowl.

Heat oven to 325 degrees. Line a rimmed half-sheet (13后-inch) pan with parchment paper or a silicone mat.

Once liquid mixture is back to room temperature, whisk in olive oil, which will cool it further, then egg white. Pour over dry ingredients and mix well.

Spread mixture evenly across the prepared baking sheet. Press down firmly to compact it before baking, using another same-size baking sheet or the bottom of a pot. Bake for 40 to 50 minutes, until dark golden brown, rotating the sheet every 15 minutes to promote even browning. While it bakes, open the oven door a few times to release steam.

Set on a cooling rack until surface of granola is crisp. Leave oven on. If surface is still tacky to the touch once it has cooled — although I didn’t find this at all — return the pan to the oven and continue baking for another 10 to 15 minutes, checking every 5 minutes. Don’t let it get too dark or it tastes bitter.

Once totally cool, break into pieces in store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 weeks, or in the fridge up to 1 month.

Frozen Yogurt Bark

Even though I suggest this as the perfect summer breakfast it’s also a great dessert, and snack idea.

Your kids and your friends will love eating this sweet and crunchy yogurt bark. Plus, it’s good for them too.

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Yogurt Bark Recipe

These are the ingredients that we used to put together this delicious and easy Frozen Yogurt Bark Recipe.

  • nonfat yogurt
  • honey
  • vanilla extract
  • lemon juice
  • Strawberries
  • Blueberries
  • Granola

Start by lining a baking sheet with parchment paper and set it aside. In a large mixing bowl combine your yogurt, honey, vanilla and lemon juice.

Whisk your yogurt until it’s thoroughly combined.

Yogurt Bark with Granola

Transfer your yogurt mixture to the previously prepared baking sheet and spread it around to an even thickness.

Top the yogurt with your favorite berries.

Garnish with granola and place your tray in the freezer for 2-4 hours.

When you are ready to serve or eat your frozen yogurt bark break it into pieces. and it’s ready to devour.

A tip for frozen yogurt is to keep it in the freezer until you are ready to serve it.

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How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark:

  • Pick your favorite yogurt to use
  • Pick toppings like fresh fruit, granola, cereal, rainbow sprinkles, chocolate chips.
  • Spread the yogurt on a piece of parchment paper in an even layer (don’t spread it too thin – thicker is better)
  • Add your toppings
  • Freeze, break into pieces and enjoy!

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