Healthy Yogurt Bark: A Delicious Low-Carb Snack Option


Are you looking for a healthy and delicious summer snack? Try making your own frozen Greek yogurt bark! It is easy to make; spread your favorite yogurt on a tray, add tasty fruits, nuts, and seeds, then freeze for a refreshing treat. This homemade healthy yogurt bark is perfect for breakfast or dessert and can be made low-carb.

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What is Yogurt Bark

It’s a frozen dessert or snack made by spreading yogurt on a tray, adding your favorite toppings, and freezing it. Once it’s frozen, you can break it into pieces and enjoy it whenever you want.

If you’re watching your carb intake, you can still enjoy yogurt bark by using low-carb yogurt and avoiding high-carb toppings like granola and dried fruit. You can also add low-carb toppings like fresh berries, nuts, and seeds to keep your yogurt bark low-carb and healthy.

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Ingredients You’ll Need

Plain Greek Yogurt – The creamy Greek yogurt is the base of your yogurt bark, providing a smooth and velvety base.
Sugar-free Honey – to sweeten the bark without adding carbs.
Vanilla Extract – adds a warm and comforting flavor to our yogurt bark, making it even more delicious and irresistible.
Sliced Strawberries –  add a burst of freshness and flavor.
Blueberries – add a pop of color and a hint of tanginess.
Sunflower Seeds – enhances the texture by adding crunch and a subtle nutty taste.
Sliced Almonds – add additional crunch and flavor.

Note: If you have a nut allergy, omit the sunflower seeds and sliced almonds. yogurt in a bowl & next image yogurt in a bowl with honey and vanilla

How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark

Step 1: Put the Greek yogurt, sugar-free honey, and vanilla in a large bowl. Give it a good stir until everything is mixed nicely.
Step 2: Take a baking sheet and line it with parchment paper. This will make it easier to remove the bark later on.
Pour the yogurt mixture onto the lined sheet pan and spread an even layer with a spoon or spatula.

Vanilla yogurt spread on a pan with fruit and sunflower seeds

Step 3: Now it’s time to add the yummy toppings! Place the sliced strawberries and blueberries on top of the yogurt mixture, making sure they’re evenly distributed. Sprinkle the sunflower seeds and sliced almonds all over the bark. Feel free to get creative and make it look pretty.

Step 4: After adding all the toppings, carefully put the baking sheet in the freezer. Allow the bark to freeze completely until it becomes solid.

low-carb frozen yogurt bark with strawberries in pieces in an oval bowl with whole strawberries and blueberries in the background

Take it out of the freezer when it is fully frozen. Gently break the bark into smaller, snackable pieces. You can use your hands or a knife to do this.

Now, it’s time to enjoy your homemade yogurt bark! Grab a piece or two and savor the delicious flavors and textures. If you have any leftovers, store them in an airtight container in the freezer for later snacking.

Can I Make This Yogurt Bark Recipe Low-Carb?

Absolutely! You can make this recipe low in carbs by making simple substitutions. Here’s how you can modify the original recipe:

  • Instead of using regular Greek yogurt, opt for a low-carb or sugar-free Greek yogurt. These options typically have fewer carbs and less sugar while providing that creamy texture.
  • Replace honey with sugar-free honey.
  • Be mindful of the fruits you choose to include. While strawberries and blueberries are relatively low in carbs compared to other fruits, you can reduce the amount or pick other low-carb berries like raspberries or blackberries.
  • For the toppings, focus on low-carb options like unsalted nuts (such as sliced almonds or walnuts) and seeds (such as chia seeds or flaxseeds). Avoid sugary toppings like chocolate chips or dried fruits.

These simple adjustments allow you to create a delicious low-carb version of the frozen yogurt bark recipe while enjoying its wonderful flavors and textures.

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Top Low-Carb Greek Yogurt Brands
When making yogurt bark with fewer carbs, your first step is finding the right Greek yogurt! It’s important to find brands with the lowest carb content free from added sugars. Here is a helpful list of the best low-carb Greek yogurt options.

  1. Ratio Keto Vanilla Yogurt – Only 200 calories, 3g of carbs, and 17g of protein, per 2/3 cup serving.
  2. Two Good Greek Yogurt Vanilla: With only 90 calories, 4g of carbs, 13g of protein per 3/4 cup, and sweetened with stevia leaf.
  3. Fage Total 0% Plain Greek Yogurt: With 90 calories, 5g of carbs, 18g of protein, per 3/4 cup serving with no added sweetener,
  4. Chobani Non-Fat Plain Greek Yogurt: Offering 90 calories, 6g of carbs, 16g of protein, and no added sweetener per 3/4 cup serving.
  5. Oikos Triple Zero Greek Vanilla Yogurt: 3/4 cup of yogurt provides 120 calories, 8g of carbs, and 17g of protein and is sweetened with stevia leaf extract.
  6. Siggi’s 0% Plain Yogurt: With 170 calories, 8g of carbs, 18g of protein, and no added sweetener, this unsweetened yogurt is a delicious low-carb option.

Remember, these nutritional values may vary slightly depending on each brand’s specific flavor or brand. Always check the product label to ensure accuracy and to find the flavor that suits your taste preferences.

Making low-carb yogurt bark is easy and delicious. You can create a healthy snack perfect for any time of day using the right type of Greek yogurt and adding some low-carb mix-ins. Give it a try and see how delicious and satisfying it can be!

What are some creative toppings for yogurt bark?

The sky’s the limit regarding creative toppings for yogurt bark! Let your imagination run wild with fresh or frozen fruit, crunchy nuts, wholesome seeds, delightful granola, decadent chocolate chips, and flavorful coconut flakes. Don’t be afraid to mix and match these toppings to create your very own unique flavor combinations that will make your yogurt bark a true masterpiece!

Low-Carb Toppings – There are so many keto-friendly toppings you won’t miss out on one bit. You’ll want to look for toppings with no added sugar, such as pecans, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, walnuts, berries, sugar-free chocolate chips, and no-sugar-added coconut.

How long does it take for yogurt bark to freeze?

It typically takes around 3-4 hours to freeze completely when it comes to freezing yogurt bark. However, please remember that freezing time may vary depending on the bark’s thickness and your freezer’s temperature. Touch the surface with your finger to ensure it’s fully frozen. If it feels firm and solid, you’ll know it’s ready to enjoy!

What are some ways to prevent yogurt bark from getting too icy?

The key to making it incredibly creamy is choosing a fat-rich yogurt, like full-fat Greek yogurt, as it guarantees a velvety texture while preventing unwanted ice crystals. Now, when it comes to sweetness, a touch of honey (or maple syrup) does wonders, preventing your bark from freezing too hard. For a low-carb twist, opt for keto-friendly sugar-free alternatives.

Can you use flavored yogurt?

Now, let’s address the flavored yogurt dilemma. While it’s an option, remember that flavored yogurt can contain additional carbs. If you’re going for a low-carb yogurt bark, take a peek at the nutritional information and consider selecting plain yogurt to sweeten yourself with natural ingredients.

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Additional Tips and Tricks

Making yogurt bark is a fun and easy way to enjoy a healthy snack. Here are some additional tips and tricks to make your yogurt bark even better:

  • Use the right pan: Opt for a jelly roll pan or a baking sheet to spread the yogurt evenly to cover the entire surface area. If you prefer thicker yogurt bark, use a smaller pan or increase the amount of yogurt.
  • Sweeten and flavor: Mix your Greek yogurt with a sweetener of your choice, such as honey, or a low-carb sugar substitute like Wholesome Yum allulose. You can also use vanilla-flavored yogurt and skip the sweetener and vanilla extract for added flavor.
  • Dry your fruits: Before adding fresh fruits as toppings, it’s important to pat them dry using a paper towel. This simple step prevents excess moisture from making the bark soggy and helps maintain its desired texture.
  • Press toppings gently: To ensure they stay in place, gently press them into the yogurt before freezing. This way, they will adhere to the surface and not fall off once the yogurt is frozen.
  • Toast the nuts and seeds: For an extra boost of flavor and crunch, consider toasting them before adding them to the yogurt bark. Toss them in a dry skillet over medium heat until they turn golden brown and emit a fragrant aroma.
  • Drizzle melted dark chocolate: Adding a drizzle over the yogurt enhances the taste and provides a visually appealing touch. You can melt the chocolate using a microwave or a double boiler, then use a spoon or a piping bag to create beautiful patterns on top of the bark.
  • Add a sprinkle of sea salt: If you enjoy a sweet and salty combination, consider sprinkling a pinch over the yogurt bark. The saltiness will help balance the sweetness and add an interesting flavor dimension.
  • Experiment with different extracts: Besides vanilla extract, try incorporating almond, coconut, or citrus to infuse unique flavors into the yogurt bark. Start with small amounts and adjust according to your taste preferences.
  • Make it festive: Depending on the occasion, consider incorporating festive elements like colorful sprinkles to make your yogurt bark even more visually appealing and enjoyable.

How do I store it?

Once you’ve broken the yogurt bark into pieces, place them in an airtight container or a resealable plastic bag.
Make sure to seal the container or bag tightly to prevent any air from getting in, as exposure to air can cause the yogurt bark to become freezer-burned or lose its texture.

Store the yogurt bark in the freezer to keep it fresh. The low temperature will help maintain its flavor and consistency if you plan to enjoy the yogurt bark and keep it in the freezer for up to a few weeks. Just make sure to consume it within that time frame for the best taste and quality.

When you’re ready to enjoy your stored yogurt bark, take it out of the freezer, let it thaw for a few minutes, and savor its deliciousness.

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Healthy Frozen Yogurt Bark (Low-Carb Friendly)

Indulge in this delicious frozen yogurt bark, a delicious, healthy, and easy-to-make treat featuring Greek yogurt, sweetened with sugar-free honey and vanilla, topped with fresh strawberries, blueberries, sunflower seeds, and almonds, frozen to perfection, and broken into deliciously satisfying pieces.
Prep Time15 minutes
Freezing Time3 hours
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: American, casual
Servings: 6
Calories: 158kcal
Author: Kasey Trenum



  • Get a bowl and put the Greek yogurt in it. Add the sugar-free honey and vanilla. Give it a good stir until everything is mixed together nicely.
  • Take a baking sheet and line it with parchment paper. This will prevent the yogurt from sticking.
  • Now, spread the yogurt mixture onto the lined baking sheet. Make sure it's nice and even.
  • It's time to add the fruity goodness! Make sure to pat your fruit dry first, then place strawberry slices and blueberries on top of the yogurt mixture. You can arrange them however you like.
  • Next, sprinkle some sunflower seeds and almonds over the fruit. This will give your yogurt bark a lovely crunch.
  • Put the baking sheet in the freezer and let it stay there until it becomes nice and solid. This usually takes a few hours.
  • Once the yogurt bark is frozen, take it out of the freezer. Now comes the fun part! Break the bark into pieces and enjoy.


Calories: 158kcal | Carbohydrates: 8g | Protein: 10g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 3g | Monounsaturated Fat: 4g | Trans Fat: 0.002g | Sodium: 1mg | Potassium: 141mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 2g | Vitamin A: 10IU | Vitamin C: 6mg | Calcium: 34mg | Iron: 1mg
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