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Honey Drenched Greek Yogurt Bark

I have developed quite the ice cream addiction in quarantine. Not that I didn’t like ice cream before, but I thought of it as a fun treat I’d get out at an ice cream shop. Now, if I’d have my way, I’d buy a pint with every grocery store run so that I could have a mug full after dinner (anyone else think mug > bowl for at home ice cream??). In the best interest of my health, I have been making a conscious effort not to encourage this into a permanent habit, which led me to researching healthier alternatives. Enter: Greek yogurt bark. This recipe is super customizable, so use below as your base and customize to your wildest imagination with your toppings!

Ingredients:

(Makes 1 baking sheet of bark)

  • 2 cups 0% Greek Yogurt
  • 1 tbs coconut shavings (unsweetened)
  • 1.5 tbs honey (to mix in) + more to drizzle once frozen
  • 1 tbs chocolate chips
  • 2 large strawberries, thinly sliced
  • 2 tbs almonds, roughly chopped

Directions:

  1. Pour 2 cups of yogurt mixed with 1.5 tbs honey in a parchment paper lined Pyrex or baking sheet. The shape doesn’t really matter and is more personal preference of how thick you want the bark to be (e.g. in a Pyrex they will be more of “bars” whereas on a baking sheet they will be more “bark).
  2. Drizzle with chocolate chips, strawberries, almonds and coconut shavings.
  3. Freeze for several hours till solid, then top with additional honey to taste. Enjoy!

What am I listening to as I make this?Happy Man” by Jungle

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