Make the most of sweet seasonal strawberries with this frozen yoghurt bark – it’s a great sharing dessert for summer parties and BBQ’s.
Made with Greek yoghurt and fresh fruit, it’s lower in sugar than ice cream, plus you’ll benefit from the vitamin C in the strawberries.
FRO-YO Strawberry Bark: Summer Party Treats:
Ingredients – serves 6
500g tub of Greek yoghurt
250g strawberries, washed hulled and sliced
50 grams toasted chopped hazelnuts
2 tbsp. honey or fruit syrup
0.5 tsp. vanilla extract
How To Make:
1. Line a baking tray with parchment
2. Tip half the strawberries in a blender and pulse lightly until you have a puree
3. Tip the yoghurt, vanilla and honey into a bowl and mix. Swirl through the puree with a spoon (don’t mix in completely) then pour into the baking tray and even out with a spoon
4. Scatter the remaining sliced strawberries and hazelnuts over the top. Place in the freezer until set – a few hours should be enough. When you’re ready to serve, remove from the freezer, leave for a few minutes then cut into shards.
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