**EDITED TO ADD: For an updated version of this post, with photos and instructions for the bite-sized version of these bars pictured above, please check out this post: Frozen Yogurt Bites!**
Happy New Year!! Last year on January 1st, I posted a recipe featuring Greek yogurt- Whole Wheat Oatmeal Pancakes. They’re my favorite pancakes ever and I make them all the time. This year I decided to continue my tradition and share another yummy recipe that features my favorite yogurt on New Years Day!
I give you- Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars!
Aren’t they pretty?! Probably the prettiest thing I’ve made in a while. Remember when I made these Frozen Yogurt Bites? I dipped them in chocolate the first time but now I made them all the time with just yogurt and granola and eat them as a snack. Well, these bars are similar…I just took them to the next level. I was tired of eating regular granola bars so took all the things I like in my trailmix/granola bars- granola, fruit, nuts, a few chocolate chips- and decided to try a frozen version.
I used bananas and strawberries that I already had in the freezer in mine. I just pulled them out, chopped them up and threw them in the yogurt…but I think fresh fruit would work just fine. I also chose to use half plain yogurt and half flavored. If you want them sweeter, you could use all flavored.
Just mix, spread and freeze.
Then cut into bars and enjoy
Get creative with your mix-ins! The possibilities are endless!
When I eat these, I pull one bar out,
let it sit on my plate for about 5 min
and then dig in!
Edited to add: You can also make these bite-sized by using ice cube trays like these:
Spoon into ice cube trays, freeze, then pop out with a knife and store in a a tupperware container in the freezer.
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