Vegan Frozen Yogurt Bark

Hey guys!

Does this frozen yogurt bark make you feel patriotic? When I see it, I immediately think about the 4th of July…which happens to be Monday sooooo perfect timing yeah!!??!

I think themed food (in color or occasion) is extra cute, and oh-so-festive. There’s an emotional connection to seeing food with our eyes and tying in nostalgia before taking even the first bite. So whether it’s patriotism, childhood wonder, comfort, party-time, Easter, New Year’s, GNO or a baby shower, be sure to go the extra mile and tailor your cuisine to match the event.

You’ll be so happy to know that this frozen yogurt bark (modeled after the not-so-healthy fancy white chocolate bark you’ll see in high-end stores) is remarkably healthy, easy, and can be made vegan or non-vegan. These are perfect for summer because they’re cold, slightly sweet and really refreshing with bursts of real fruit POWER! Yes- I believe fruit is the ultimate super-hero because it’s filled with antioxidants to beat down the bad free-radicals of life, plus, it’s so yummy! So in essence, this bark IS LIFE!

Prepare the pan and get ready to sprinkle!


Yield: 1 serving

Serving Size: full recipe

Prep Time: 5 min

Chill Time: 3 hrs


  • 6 oz vanilla coconut yogurt (for vegan) or Greek yogurt
  • 2 medium strawberries, chopped
  • 1/4 cup blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon unsweetened coconut flakes



  1. Line a 7-by-3-inch loaf pan with wax paper.
  2. Spread yogurt evenly across the bottom. Sprinkle with the fruit and coconut and press some pieces in slightly.
  3. Cover with plastic wrap and freeze for 3 hours, or until frozen. Break apart into bark using a knife, and serve.


Nutrition Info (Vegan Version):

Calories: 185 | Protein: 1g | Fat: 7.5g | Net Carbs: 30g | Fiber: 4g


Let me know your favorite holiday food to make in the comments below!

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  1. livvaneman says:

    that looks really yummy

    1. livvaneman says:

      Ya your right

  2. Lucy Doyle says:

    This looks so good! 😀 xx

  3. Harry Bowden says:

    Yogurt bark is a refreshing summer treat! The red, white and blue color are patriotic and would fit in just fine at any summer barbecue!

    Harry Bowden
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  4. Agata says:

    yummy 😀 good idea for yogurt, I made it once- it tastes great and looks so pretty!

  5. Kaitie Hutton says:

    YAY!! I cannot wait to try this!!
    Thanks so much Cassey!

  6. Becca says:

    I need to pick up some yogurt and make this!! I’m just starting to get into yogurt!

  7. Suzume says:

    gving it a try tomorrow, but probably not a vegan version. Sadly I live in so small town that we don’t even have vagan food here :/

  8. Isobel Bruning says:

    Will defiantly need to try this!
    Izzy |

  9. So easy to make and so yummy looking! I’ll definitely give this a go!

    1. blogilates says:

      Let me know how it goes!!

      1. Alissa says:

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  10. If I ever find a low carb version of yogurt, I’m giving this a try!

    1. blogilates says:

      How about greek yogurt?

      1. I actually eat keto so all yogurts are off limits!

  11. Louann Kristy says:

    Yum yum.yum ! This looks so delicious. Definitely gonna try it out.

    Thanks for the recipe ♡♡

    1. blogilates says:

      You are welcome!

    1. blogilates says:

      Thanks!! It sure is!!

      1. CottonCory says:

        Hi, do you use greek/coconut yoghurt for the bark because it has more fat or will it also freeze properly with regular or soy yoghurt? Thanks 🙂