I’m completing the cheatsheets for the Energy Reboot starting on Monday, including my list of delicious and simple low-sugar treats.  Well, truth be told…I’ve been drooling the whole time!  This Coconut Yogurt Bark was a last minute addition after experimenting with a dairy-free version of one I saw on Pinterest.

This recipe was another no-brainer to add to the program:

  • It takes 3 minutes to prep (maybe even less) + freezer time
  • It has 3 ingredients (or more if you choose to get crazy)
  • It was a hit, for me and my little ones

Here they are sampling (and loving) the frozen treat last night.

Coconut Yogurt Bark

I was going to keep it a secret and only share this Coconut Yogurt Bark with the tired moms who took joined the 20-day program, but my excitement got the best of me.  So here I am spilling the beans.

A few pointers first:

  1. You may want to take it out of the freezer a few minutes before eating, just keep in mind that this stuff melts quickly (so keep a napkin handy).
  2. You’re also welcome to use dairy-based yogurt which will turn out just fine. But for those who prefer dairy-free this is the brand I use.

 

Coconut Yogurt Bark

 

If you have a sweet tooth this is a great lower-sugar snack (4 grams for one piece).  Ultimately though, wouldn’t we all love to have more control over our cravings or none at all? Um yes please!

There’s a reason why we gravitate to certain foods - be it chocolate or chips.  And I’ll be showing parents how to tame those cravings in the Energy Reboot (in addition to providing simple 5-minute strategies on boosting energy, health, sleep, and reducing stress).  

 

If you’re in need of an energy boost or quick & healthy recipe inspiration, take a look.

But for now, try these!  (Tip: Add nuts or seeds to further stabilize your blood sugar)

 

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Coconut Yogurt Bark (dairy-free)

A dairy-free and healthy treat for your family.

Course Breakfast, Dessert
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 1 hour
Total Time 1 hour 3 minutes
Servings 6 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 cup coconut yogurt (I like the Yoso brand) or other yogurt
  • 2-3 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 yogurt and honey/maple syrup 

  2. Spread yogurt on baking sheet about 1/2 inch thick (covered with was or parchment paper)

  3. Evenly distribute berries (and other toppings)

  4. Freeze for 1-2 hours