Hee ... hee ... see ! I'm out of my mind ! So I made some "brain freeze" yogurt barks to enjoy in hot scorching weather!
Pretty easy to make as most of the ingredients are easily available in the fridge .... some yogurt, honey and some nuts and berries ... mix till combined, pour onto a lined prepared dish/pan and freeze till hardened.
Recipe source: the kitchn
Below my slightly modified version
Figs, Wolf Berries and Almond Frozen Yogurt Bark
250g plain Greek yogurt
2 tablespoons + 1 tablespoon honey
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
For topping mixture
2 medium size fresh figs, sliced
25g almond lightly toasted, cooled and chopped coarsely into pieces.
2 teaspoons wolf berries
I used a round medium size Pyrex dish and line with aluminum foil leave with enough to grasp. Set aside. You could use small baking sheet or pan. Scatter some wolf berries.
In a small bowl, gently mix the chopped almond, sliced figs and the remaining wolf berries with 1 tablespoon of honey. Set aside.
Combine yogurt, 2 tablespoons of honey and vanilla extract in a medium size bowl and lightly whisk till combined.
Pour the mixture into the prepared dish, and use a spatula to spread across evenly about 1/2-inch thick the base of the dish.
Scatter the figs mixture evenly over the yogurt. Lightly press the figs and almonds onto the yogurt.
Do not cover and freeze about 4 hours or overnight until hardened/solid. When completely solid, remove from freezer and lift the aluminum foil out of the dish/pan and set on a hard surface.
Cut into serving pieces and serve immediately, or keep frozen in an resealable plastic bag/container.
Something special and tasty to cool down our body. I would love to taste it.ReplyDelete
Hi Karen, I need this frozen yogurt too! Easy to make and sounds so healthy.ReplyDelete
Hi Karen, oh I love figs this looks amazing and healthy too. It is starting to get hot here in Arizona too.ReplyDelete
This is so refreshing! Karen, I would love to have it.ReplyDelete
Karen, this is so unique! Very suitable for the currently hot, hot, hot weather!ReplyDelete
That's a great fruity summer treat, Karen.ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous, Karen. The prettiest treat I have ever seen! I'm dying to get fresh figs now. :DReplyDelete