Coconut Yoghurt Bark

This delicious probiotic-rich snack takes 3 minutes to prep and has just 3 ingredients.

You can use store-bought yoghurt but I only make this when I have a batch of homemade probiotic-rich yoghurt at hand. It’s such a great opportunity to get a diverse range of quality probiotics in the gut while the kids are on board!

You can be so creative with yoghurt bark. Change up the toppings and fruit to suit your child’s favourite options. It’s always great to have batches of bark in the freezer for a delicious and fun after-school snack.

You can also check out our beginner’s guide to fermenting and which starter culture options we recommend in our: How To Ferment Foods Guide.






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Coconut Yoghurt Bark

Prep Time

3 minutes

Cook Time

Servings

4

Ingredients

  • 2 cups coconut yoghurt (homemade or I recommend Yoso brand)
  • 4 tbsp maple syrup (or honey, use less or more according to your preference - taste before you freeze)
  • 1/2 cup berries (frozen or fresh)

Optional add-ins:

  • nuts (or seeds)
  • nut butter (drizzle on top)
  • granola
  • other fruit (bananas, mango, etc)

Instructions

  1. Mix yoghurt and honey or maple syrup until evenly combined.
  2. Spread yoghurt on a baking sheet about 1/2 inch thick (covered with parchment paper).
  3. Evenly distribute berries (and any other toppings, if using).
  4. Freeze for 1-2 hours before serving. Store in the freezer in glass containers.

Recipe Notes

  • Check out our beginner's guide to fermenting and which starter culture options we recommend in our: How To Ferment Foods Guide.
  • Most culture starters like Kultured Wellness will make multiple batches of fermented food. The Kultured Wellness yoghurt starter makes up to 5 litres (of one litre batches). Follow the packet instructions it's all very easy to understand.

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