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Frozen Yoghurt Bark
A delicious treat you'll never know was healthy. Made with Wild Strawberry Kids Good Stuff.
200g Coconut Yoghurt, plain
1 Serve Kids Good Stuff Wild Strawberry
1 tsp Raspberry Powder (I used Matakana Superfoods)
1 tsp Dragon fruit Powder (I used Matakana Superfoods)
Toasted Coconut Chips
Freeze Dried Raspberries
Freeze Dried Strawberries
Gluten Free Shortbread Cookies (can be sugar free too)
Marshmallows (I use sugar free)
Frozen Yogurt bark is a thing. And an awesome thing at that! Its so much fun for the kids to make, its yummy and the best part is its loaded with goodies. Just like with chocolate bark, the combination options are endless. Whatever toppings you want to add, give it a go- from classical combinations like rocky road or raspberry and white chocolate to pretzels and maple glazed cashew nuts. The fun part is choosing topping options, laying them out and then the freedom to create whatever you like. This is the perfect summer treat!
Made by Kerry Locatelli, BNat
- Mix the Kids Good Stuff and the coconut yoghurt till well combined.
- Add the raspberry powder and the dragon fruit powder and mix well again.
- Place some clingwrap or baking paper on a plate or baking tray and spread the yoghurt and Kids Good Stuff Mixture over the surface (not too thin).
- Add the toppings and pat them into the yoghurt mixture so that they set well when frozen.
- Place in the freezer for 2-3hrs or overnight. It needs enough time to freeze.
- Once its frozen and you are ready to enjoy the frozen yoghurt bark, remove it from the freezer and break into pieces.
- Serve straight away and enjoy!
Time: 15 + 2-3 hrs to set