Monday, August 14, 2017

Frozen Yogurt Bark Recipe + Kids Morning Checklist

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We've spent a good chunk of our summer creating recipes, fine-tuning old ones and eating way too many sweets. But in the process, we have created some really delicious recipes that I think you and your family will enjoy.

Yogurt bark is one of our favorites, because it makes for a super quick breakfast or snack & it's made with ingredients moms can feel good about. They're incredibly easy to make and will help to keep kids full, plus aid parents during the back to school breakfast craze. 

If you’ve never made frozen yogurt bark before, now is the time to do it!

I never and I mean never get sick of eating frozen yogurt, but it sure is fun to mix it up once in a while. My kids love any snack where they have options, so I guess it's no surprise why they love these yogurt bark. 
This is such an easy recipe to do alongside your children and you only need a handful of ingredients to make this: Vanilla yogurt, berries and nuts.
Start by placing a silicone mat on a sheet pan and spreading 3 Vanilla Horizon® Organic Yogurt Cups, or feel free to use your favorite yogurt. My kids just adore the creamy & delicious flavor of Horizonso it's what we typically have stocked in our fridge. 
Next, you'll add in your favorite mix-ins. For this yogurt bark combo we used kiwi, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and pistachios.
 Once you've decorated your yogurt, simply stick it in the freezer for three hours, or until it's firm.
 Once the yogurt is frozen you can break it into pieces or cut it into squares.
Then, the only thing left to do is serve & enjoy!

5  sliced strawberries 
1/2 cup blueberries
1/2 cup raspberries
2 sliced kiwis
1/4 cup pistachios, sliced

1. Line a 9 x 13 inch sheet pan with a silicone mat or parchment paper.
2. Pour vanilla yogurt in large spoonfuls over silicone mat then spread into an even layer.
3. Next, top yogurt off with fruit & nuts.
4. Place in freezer for at least 3 hours.
5. Once solid, gently break apart or cut into squares, then serve.
We purchased a few of Horizon's irresistible flavors from Walmart, and let me tell you each cup is kid-approved and perfect for the lunchbox or as an after school snack. They contain live and active cultures, so it's a great treat mom's can feel good about!
Since I know the back to school season can get a little hectic, I made this Morning checklist for kiddos to ease back into the school year! Enjoy!
I’m all about inspiration, so let me know your fave combos & how you spoon up some organic goodness with Horizon yogurt cups!