Maple Flavored Yogurt Fruit Bark

Doesn’t this sound good for breakfast or brunch? I’ve made a chocolate bark before but the idea of using yogurt flavored with maple syrup as the base just sounded real good.

The first snow flakes of winter in southern Michigan… oh and my yogurt fruit bark.

This recipe is slightly adapted from

Maple Flavored Yogurt Fruit Bark

  • 12 oz. Greek vanilla yogurt
  • 2 tbsp. maple syrup
  • fruits of your choice, I used fresh strawberries and kiwis
  • 1/4 cup granola

Line aĀ  1/4 sheet pan (which is 9×13-inches – I did use a 8×11-inch pan) with parchment paper. Combine the maple syrup and yogurt well; spread out over the parchment.

I sliced my strawberries and kiwis into thin slices and cut in half if needed. Place on top of the yogurt and sprinkle with the granola.

Freeze the bark overnight to serve with breakfast the next morning.

When ready to serve, break into pieces. Keep any leftovers in the freezer, but it will not keep long as the fruit will dry out.

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Linking to Fiesta Friday #200.

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