Amelia is constantly asking for food and so thinking of healthy snack options that are easy to make can sometimes be limiting. So when we were sent a range of granola/muesli from Dorset Cereals I thought that a lovely snack we could make would be some yogurt bark.
The idea of a yogurt bark is so flexible you can use whatever flavour you like paired with fresh fruit, cereals, oats, nuts and whatever your children like. The process of making is so easy as well and a great one for kids to help out with.
We had so many strawberries from our strawberry picking over the weekend so all I needed to get was some yogurt and we were able to get making.
- 450g Plain Natural Yogurt
- 200g Strawberry Yogurt
- Dorset Cereals of your choice – we opted for Raspberry & White Chocolate Muesli
- Line a baking tin/tray with baking paper.
- Pour the natural yogurt into the tray and spread it so it evenly covers the bottom of the tray.
- Pop in spoonfuls of the strawberry yogurt and swirl them into the plain yogurt.
- Cover in chopped strawberry’s.
- Sprinkle on your cereal/muesli topping.
- Set in the freezer for at least 3hours.
- Check the middle of the yogurt bark as this bit may need a little longer to set.
- Once completely frozen chop it up into squares/random slices and your ready to test it out.
- Keep in the freezer and eat the pieces when desired.
This is a perfect post preschool snack for little ones. It’s so colourful when finished it’s really appealing for children and basically just tastes like ice-cream as it’s frozen. It it also just as nice for grown ups to munch on in the afternoon a perfect healthy option.
Dorset Cereals have a huge huge range of cereals, muesli, granola and porridge to choose. There is such a mix of flavours and each box is full of goodness and jam packed with nuts, fruit, seeds and flakes!
Let me know if you go on to try out this idea.
Thanks for reading!xx