The Berry Best Yoghurt Bark Recipe For Kids
by Mona Fe on Jan 15, 2023
Once upon a time, there lived a busy (but beautiful!) mum in search of a healthy breakfast idea to satisfy hungry little tummies. Given her non-negotiable stance on nutrition, and the incredibly high standards her little munchkins have when it comes to flavour --- our Queen of the household was stumped.
No white horse required here! Just the creamy, tart goodness of yoghurt and the many ideas for breakfast it brings.
This is a FAN FAVOURITE over at the WMBT HQ because not only is this Yoghurt Bark Recipe the fastest, prettiest breakfast in the bunch --- it’s also sweet and tasty enough to pass for dessert.
And when we say fast, we mean throw and go. It’s the ultimate time saver on a hectic morning (or afternoon). So go ahead and enjoy that extra cup of coffee --- you deserve it!
Make Way For The Cutest Culinary Creation
Your fussy eaters don’t stand a chance with this one!
It doesn’t take much to get this lip-smacking tidbit prepped and frozen, so it’s a fun activity for your kids to get involved in without turning your kitchen into a disaster zone. Trust us, your picky eaters are about to get excited about their next meal.
Let tiny hands help sprinkle their toppings of choice! Simply gather all the ingredients beforehand so they can take turns throwing them in. The most difficult part is waiting for the bark to harden.
This pretty little number deserves to be served in a snack box that’s just as adorable! Meal time just got extra interesting with this energy-boosting Yoghurt Bark recipe when paired with our award-winning We Might Be Tiny Snackie®!
A treat for the eyes and the tummies, this recipe makes enough for 1 Snackie LID!
Yes, just the lid! It’s a super versatile, handy little kitchen partner that makes prepping meals a breeze.
Our Bark Is As Good As Our Bite
This no-guilt, Yoghurt Bark recipe uses only 4 main ingredients. And yet, it’s a nutrient-dense and naturally sweetened treat that your whole family will love to indulge in! This is why we believe it’s the berry best!
Full Cream Yoghurt – This recipe uses full-fat plain yoghurt for the creamiest bark possible. You can also substitute with Greek, vanilla-flavoured yoghurt, or a dairy-free option if you prefer. We love our yoghurt because it’s a great source of protein, calcium and vitamin B.
Chia Seeds – A healthy breakfast staple to tack on an extra boost of protein and fiber! It also helps make this bark extra filling.
Seasonal Fruit – Now we know this particular recipe is a berry-centric one. But one of the best qualities of this healthy dessert is its versatility. You can basically choose any fruit you have on hand, from berries to bananas to pineapple and coconut shavings. Fresh or frozen will work here.
Cookie – For a little bit of crunch, crumble your kid’s favourite cookie right on top. Almost any type of dried fruit and nuts would also work as an alternative.
Yoghurt Bark Recipe
Makes 1 Snackie Lid | Prep 5 minutes
- 150 g (⅔ cups) full cream yoghurt
- 3 tbsp cream
- 1 tbsp chia seeds
- seasonal fruit
- 1 cookie, crumbled
In a bowl mix together the yoghurt and cream.
Pour into the lid of a We Might BeTiny Snackie.
Scatter the chia seeds, fruit, and cookie crumbs over the yoghurt mixture.
Transfer to the freezer and allow to freeze for at least 3 hours or overnight if possible.
Remove from the freezer and enjoy.
Hungry For More?
Yoghurt bark is simply a frozen sheet of yoghurt that is mixed with your toppings of choice. The best part is that you can customize the recipe however you like with whatever you might have on hand to add some variety.
Some of our fave combos include:
- Strawberries, Blueberries and Chocolate Cookie Crumbs
- Bananas, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chips
- Raspberry Jam, Dried Cranberries and Pistachios
- Dark Chocolate and Crushed Candy Canes
- Bananas, Granola and Honey
- Pineapples, Shredded Coconuts and Cashews
If you’re serving this treat to a teething baby, just remember to:
- Slice your fruits into smaller pieces.
- Skip the sweeteners like chocolate, maple syrup and honey.
- Avoid using “pure” vanilla extract.
- Leave out small toppings that can create a potential choking hazard, such as granola, nuts, or dried fruit.
And guess what mums, if you like this recipe, you will enjoy the other eight included in WMBT’s soon-to-be-released booklet, "Tiny Mid Week Hacks". Here you’ll find many different ways to rock kitchen preps for your family. So be sure to check that one out, too!
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