Rocket Fuel: Granola Yogurt Bark
If you’ve just finished up a run on asphalt that was seemingly on fire, you’ll appreciate having these frosty treats ready to welcome you home.
In the throes of summer, all generations of a household will enjoy cooling down with this yogurt bark, which provides a winning mix of protein, carbs, and anti-inflammatory antioxidants (merci, tart cherries). If you’ve just finished up a run on asphalt that was seemingly on fire, you’ll appreciate having these frosty chunks ready to welcome you home.
I prefer not to use fat-free yogurt for this recipe since a little bit of fat gives the frozen bark a creamier mouthfeel and reduces the formation of ice crystals.
- Use vanilla yogurt and omit honey and vanilla extract
- Replace dried cherries with dried cranberries or fresh blueberries
- Swap out granola for chopped nuts