Sunday, 19 July 2015

Recipe: Frozen Yoghurt Bars

I'm not much of a cook. I can chuck things in the oven, whip up a tasty salad, and I do make the best sweet potato fries (if I do say so myself...) but I'm not a domestic goddess by any standards.
I love to bake. I'm quite good at baking cookies, rocky road and frosted cupcakes, but they aren't very healthy, scrap that... they aren't healthy at all. Pretty tasty though!
So I have been trying to incorporate some healthier recipes, in to my culinary arsenal.
This one is a simple, easy peasy, can do it with your eyes shut kinda recipe.

Let's get started...

You will need:

400g of fresh fruit
I went for strawberries, but blueberries, raspberries or cherries would all be amazing too!
500g of yoghurt
 I opted for the Yeo Valley 0% fat natural yoghurt, but Greek yoghurt, or flavoured ones such as honey, peach, or raspberry would taste great!
First up, prepare your baking tin or sheet, by lining it with non-stick baking paper.
Now, quarter and slice your strawberries.
Then add the yoghurt in to a large bowl, and pop your chosen fruit in.
Set a handful of strawberries aside for later
Mix until all your fruit is coated with the yoghurt.
Then pour your yoghurt mixture in to the baking tin, and smooth the top with the back of a spoon, or a spatula, until the mixture is evenly spread across the tin.
Grab those reserved strawberries, and sprinkle them on top.
This will make your yoghurt bars look super pretty!

Pop your tin in to the freezer for around five hours, or even overnight if you wish, until it's set.
Once your dessert is set, take it out of the freezer.
Using the edges of the baking paper, grab each side and your yoghurt block should slide out of the tin easily.
Then slice the yoghurt block into bars and enjoy! I made six large bars from my recipe.

The cold creaminess of the yoghurt, combined with the sweetness of the strawberries, makes the perfect cool summer snack!

Each large bar, based on my recipe, only has 69 calories!

I hope you enjoyed this 'Frozen Yoghurt Bars' post. What do you think of these tasty bars? Will you be recreating them at home? What's your favourite go-to summer snack?

I'd love to know, leave me a lovely comment below.

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  1. this is so simple and looks yummy! I'm definitely trying that! Thanks for sharing :)

    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

    1. Thank you! It's easy, but so delicious! Enjoy lovely x

  2. These look delicious! There is always a bowl a strawberries in my fridge throughout summer, so I'll definitely have to give these a try.. Plus they seem like a great healthy alternative to a chocolate bar or ice-cream!


    Small&Blonde ♥

    1. Thank you lovely! They are so good, perfect for when you fancy a sweet treat! x

  3. These sound amazing - will definitely be giving them a try :)

    Claire | | xx

    1. Thank you! I hope you'll love them too! x


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