Dessert time just got extra exciting with this keto and sugar-free frozen yogurt. Just imagine this energizing frozen treat, sweetened the healthy way and topped with colorful berries!
This recipe will not disappoint. Follow our step-by-step guide to this new way of healthy yummy snacking.
Sugar-Free Frozen Yogurt Berries Bark
This sugar-free frozen yogurt recipe is frankly like no other! And besides its great taste, this recipe is simple to make, packed with antioxidants, sugar-free and kid-friendly.
Yes, you heard that right. You and the family can have as many pieces as desired without the guilt.
The making of this recipe is extremely easy, and it has so many variations to match your health guidelines and taste.
You can switch the yogurt with non-fat yogurt, or switch the toppings with other fruit. Anything to satisfy your sweet tooth.
The possibilities are practically endless and we will show you tips and tweaks to make the very best version for you.
After a meal, is the one dessert to cleanse your palate and it won’t bloat you because of how light it is.
Truthfully, we aren’t the ones to apply any hard rules as to what should be served at your end-of-summer barbecue, but even we admit this frozen Greek yogurt berries bark is almost a necessity to make!
Let’s get to it.
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1 cup strawberries (washed-cut in halves)
1 lime (juice)
2 cups non-fat Greek yogurt (any yogurt optional)
1 cup low-fat Greek yogurt
3 tbsp monk fruit sweetener (add more as desired)
2 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp sea salt
1/4 cup blackberries
1/4 cup raspberries
1/4 cup blueberries
2 tbsp dried unsweetened coconut
Preparation: 20 minutes ( 8 servings)
In a medium pan on low heat add your strawberries and cook until soft and you see liquid evaporating. This will take about 10 minutes to accomplish.
Releasing the liquid from the strawberries will make our treat naturally sweeter and yummy.
Tip: Move the mixture continuously over a low flame so it doesn’t stick to the pan.
When the strawberries are done being caramelized, add the juice of your lime and use it to pick up any leftover strawberries from the pan to make sure it all gets scooped out to the blender. Set aside.
In a blender, add your non-fat yogurt, low-fat yogurt, your strawberry mix, monk fruit sweetener, vanilla extract, salt and mix until well combined.
Step 4 :
Line a baking tray with parchment paper and pour the yogurt mixture on top.
Spread the mixture depending on how thick you want your bark to be when frozen.
Tip: I recommend the thickness no more than 1/2 inch otherwise difficult to bite right off.
Add your berries on top and disperse them all over your spark to make them sparkle. At this point, you can add your dried coconut on top and place it in your freezer for 4 hours or overnight.
Remove your sugar free frozen yogurt and use a sharp knife to break the bark into smaller pieces. After cutting all the pieces you can store them in gallon size freezer bags.
Finally, it really shouldn’t surprise you if you run out of this frozen Greek yogurt berries bark in one go.
Frankly, this is the one frozen treat you can have without feeling bad about it.
The mixture is a smoothie, creamy-tart-like dessert that will leave you with no words, other than MORE PLEASE!!.
This sugar-free treat is a fantastic dessert that is loaded with protein. Honestly, a win-win for anyone with their health in mind.
Net Carbs: 1 g
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