Health / Beauty
Sunday, 2 July 2017
Fruity frozen yoghurt bark
Posted by The Hungry Traveller
on 12:59 in
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I love summer. I also love ice cream. However it’s not often the healthiest choice when you need a sweet yet cooling treat.
My cheat is to make my own frozen yoghurt which totally hits the spot whilst leaving you guilt-free.
I’d received some interesting-looking packages from Super Good Fruits which I was excited to experiment with.
The result: fruit frozen yoghurt bark!
It’s super quick and easy to make - you just need a couple of hours for it to freeze.
I mixed two pots of Total 0% yoghurt (fat free and no added sugars) with a generous spoon of agave syrup.
Then added two large spoons of Super Good Fruits freeze dried bilberries.
Bilberries!? I hear you cry - don’t you mean ‘blueberries’?!
Actually no I don’t! Whilst blueberries and bilberries look very similar, there are some differences between this wild European blueberry and it’s more well-known American counterpart.
The main one is the higher vitamin C, E and anthocyanin levels - all of which have lots of positive health benefits, taking the superfood blueberry to the next level.
Super Good Fruits uses 100% organic and wild bilberries which are grown by regional and sustainable farmers before being hand-picked and gently freeze-dried to retain all of their vitamins.
So, back to the kitchen…
After stirring in the bilberries (which bled nicely into the yoghurt, giving a slight ‘raspberry ripple’ effect), I poured it into a baking tray lined in foil.
On top I added desiccated coconut, chopped almonds and some fresh fruits.
Leave it to freeze for a couple of hours...
Then it tips out easily...
Check out that gorgeous colour from the bilberries.
Then just break your slab into smaller pieces for eating / sharing.
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