Thursday, 18 January 2018

Triple Berry Yoghurt Bark ~Recipe Swap


A few years ago I used to be part of the secret recipe club and really enjoyed exploring new blogs and cooking from them, sadly I am no longer a member with them and I really missed the monthly recipe creations. Mayuri Patel a food blogger friend of mine mentioned the Food bloggers recipe swap group to me and I instantly joined the group. The idea is that you are paired with a blogger and you each pick a recipe from your partners blog and recreate it. This is my first challenge with the group.
The month of January I have been allocated Simply made Recipes.

Amber and Aaron are co writers of simply made recipes. The recipes on the blog are beautifully made and photographed. I love the fact that Amber and Aaron truly believe in simple home cooking, which is the same ethos that I have for my blog. I really enjoyed looking through their blog but since I am a vegetarian not all the recipes were suitable for me.

I  short listed three recipes I really liked:
Garlic Herb smashed potatoes
Apple Granola
Triple Berry Yoghurt Bark


I did make all three recipes but today, I am sharing the lovely Triple Berry Yoghurt Bark recipe. The recipe was simple to make, it looked beautiful and it was a nice tasty treat that we all enjoyed despite freezing temperatures outside.
You can find the original Triple Berry Yoghurt Bark recipe on Amber's blog.


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Triple Berry Yoghurt Bark
Lovely and refreshing frozen yoghurt and berries treat that is great for guilt free snacking.
Ingredients:
  • 240 ml Low Fat strawberry yoghurt
  • 8 Strawberries hulled and cut into small pieces
  • 12 Blackberries
  • 12 Raspberries
  • 1/2 tablespoons Flaked almonds
  • 1/2 tablespoon Pistachio nuts
  • 1 tablespoon Granola
Method:
1. Line a baking tray with parchment paper.2. Spread the yoghurt over the paper and smooth it out with a spatula to approx 5 mm thickness.4. Sprinkle over the yoghurt the berries, nuts and granola and place the tray in the freezer over night.5. To serve remove the tray from the freezer and cut or break into pieces and enjoy.
Details
Prep time: Cook time: None Total time: Yield: Serves 4



37 comments:

  1. I've been trying to be a bit healthier recently but seem to be craving sweet food. This recipe is the perfect solution. It looks delicious and seems so easy to make. I will definitely be giving it a go!

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    1. Its totally guilt free since its made with low fat yoghurt and you could easily make it vegan by using soya yoghurt.

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  2. Man that sounds delicious, definitely going to have to try it some time, a healthy option aswell which makes it even better.

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  3. Omg how yum and good looking this is, perfect for the healthy sweet cravings, can't wait to try!

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  4. This looks amazing, I bookmarked this one for the future. I need more healthy treat options.

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  5. This wouldn't usually be my kind of snack but it looks like it would satisfy my cravings! Healthy snacks rock x

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  6. Oh my goodness this sounds absolutely delicious, I have to admit I haven't tried bark before but I keep hearing about it and this sounds like it would make a delicious snack.

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  7. I need this in my life!! What an awesome snack. I am definitely bookmarking this for this weekend :) thanks for sharing!

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  8. Oh wow, that looks delicious - really fruity and much healthier than the snacks I'm having at the moment. Yum.

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  9. This looks amazing! What a fab idea and perfect for healthy snacks! My children would really enjoy this too.

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  10. I love the idea of making each other's recipes - such a fun idea. Yoghurt bark is amazing - it makes you feel like you're having something naughty as it's yummy, but healthy!

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  11. Loved the recipe and glad to see the concept of creating recipes from others blogs. I have joined Mayuri's group recently and looking forward to creating a recipe with secret ingredients given by a partner. Exciting. The Bark looks absolutely tempting!

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  12. I have never heard of yoghurt bark before, looks really tasty and so much healthier x

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  13. Im loving the sound and look of the frozen yogurt. Im trying to be uber healthy this year and this would be fab as a little treat whilst its also good for you x

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  14. That's awesome that that Facebook group exists. I'm not a food blogger, but love to cook at home. This dish looks awesome!

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  15. Such a lovely treat with few ingredients.. Bookmarked..

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  16. I loved this challenge of yours, it looks soooo delicious from the pictures that you have posted.

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  17. What a great idea for a challenge, and this sounds absolutely delicious. I would never have imagined using yoghurt to make bark, sounds nicer than the chocolate stuff to be honest! :)

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  18. Wow this is such a guilt-free snack! Sounds delish with all that berries and nuts!!

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  19. so delicious and mouthwatering snack. loved your colorful clicks too.

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  20. This is definitely a healthy choice of snack not only for kids but grown-ups too... amazing

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  21. Yogurt and berries goes hand in hand, and this bark sounds delicious!

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  22. How yummy does this look! I love the pretty pink colours so visually apprealing and I bet it tastes yummy x

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  23. I wish I could have a taste of this. It looks really great and I look forward to more recipe swap posts. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. This is so amazing and healthy yougurt bark. I would love to try it for my girls.

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  25. This is so delicious! I love yoghurt, I would love to try this.

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  26. Looking at the initial photograph I thought that this recipe was going to be a little complex. How wrong was I?!?!? This looks so simple, yet really flavoursome that I have added the ingredients to tomorrow's shopping list!

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  27. These look and sound delicious! Funnily enough, one of your shortlisted recipes cake from a previous recipe swap club - the herb and garlic potatoes were from a swap of my blog!

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  28. Such a delicious and guilt free treat! Love this fro-yo bark :)

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  29. Such a lovely one..yummy and healthy

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  30. This looks delicious and perfect for after school snacks too!

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  31. Love the colours and as you said super easy recipe

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  32. I'm a big fan of such desserts and I will definitely make this one ;) The most important it's still healthy!

    The White Ocean

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  33. This looks so delicious and I love the photographs too. The fact that I love strawberries makes this recipe all the more special to me :)

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  34. You have a very good idea, a refreshing and yummy snack for the warmer day!

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  35. The recipe swap is such a brilliant idea! This looks delicious, I don't think I've ever had anything like bark before but really want to now.

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