This frozen peanut butter yogurt bark is a fun, creative, and delicious back-to-school snack! It features plenty of fresh fruit, creamy vanilla yogurt, and a sprinkling of low-sugar granola. Frozen yogurt bark is a nutritious snack that both kids and parents will love!
This recipe is sponsored by Sprouts Farmers Market, but all thoughts and opinions are my own.
What Makes This Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt Bark So Good
- The fun toppings will make kids feel like they’re enjoying a treat, when they’re really loading up on good-for-them ingredients! Sprouts makes it easy to pick up healthy nut butters, yogurts, and granolas.
- It’s super simple and exciting to make! Mix together the yogurt and peanut butter in a bowl, spread on a baking sheet, and sprinkle on some toppings. I like to get the kids involved in the process, too. They’re even more excited about enjoying a “treat” that they helped make!
- You can easily customize your yogurt bark! Pick up your kids’ favorite yogurt, fruit, and toppings, then assemble this recipe however you’d like! For a more dessert-style treat, let them add sprinkles and/or mini chocolate chips.
Key Ingredients for Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt Bark
Vanilla Yogurt – This creamy topping packs in some serious health benefits for the little ones. Yogurt is high in protein and healthy bacteria to strengthen kids tummies and immune systems! I’m telling you, they won’t know how good for them this back-to-school snack is when they bite into this healthy peanut butter yogurt bark.
Granola – Granola is the perfect crunchy, yet healthy topping to this snack. I particularly love the Purely Elizabeth Grain-Free Granolas which are low in sugar, high in protein, and keto-friendly! Lucky for me, Sprouts carries a whole variety of this healthier granola and each flavor is equally as tasty as the last. Any leftovers my kids don’t use on this frozen yogurt bark ends up on top of my morning oats – YUM!
- Since the fruit will be frozen in the process, you can use a mixture of frozen berries rather than fresh berries in this recipe. You could even add more berries, or fewer if you prefer. Have fun and make this recipe your own!
- Once you’ve broken up the frozen peanut butter yogurt bark, you can freeze leftovers in an airtight container. This kid-friendly snack will stay good in the freezer for up to three months!
- To get the kids involved in creating this healthy after-school snack – mix together the yogurt and peanut butter, then spread it onto a baking sheet. Place the fruit and granola in small bowls and leave them to have fun and get creative! The small bowls will keep the mess contained and make cleanup a breeze.
More Back-To-School Snack Recipes Your Kids Will Love
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- Easy Yogurt Fruit Dip
- Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Granola Bars
- Air Fryer Popcorn
- Frozen Yogurt-Covered Grapes
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Peanut Butter Frozen Yogurt Bark
- Mixing bowl
- Cookie sheet
- 1 cup Siggi's Vanilla Skyr Yogurt
- ½ cup Justin's Honey Peanut Butter
- ¼ cup Purely Elizabeth Grain-Free Cinnamon Peanut Butter Granola
- ¼ cup fresh berries or fruit
- Mix together the vanilla yogurt and peanut butter in a bowl.
- Transfer to a parchment lined baking sheet and spread into a single layer, then top with the berries and granola.
- Freeze for 2-3 hours or until solid, then break into large pieces.
- Feel free to use your favorite nut butter, yogurt, fruit, and granola from Sprouts!
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Cheryl Malik is the recipe developer, writer, and photographer behind the healthy, flavorful, family friendly recipes at 40 Aprons. She’s been a blogger for 10+ years and is known for her delicious recipes and detailed recipe instructions. Cheryl is a mom of three who lives in Memphis, TN.