Frozen Yogurt Bars Recipe - Delicious and Healthy Dessert

Frozen Yogurt Bars

Frozen Yogurt Bars Recipe - Delicious and Healthy Dessert
Preparation time: 10 minutes | Cooking time: overnight | Servings: 8


Frozen Yogurt Bars
Frozen Yogurt Bars

Frozen yogurt bars are a delicious and refreshing treat that are perfect for a hot summer day. These bars are made with fruited yogurt, fresh or frozen fruit, dry milk, honey, and cereal, making them a healthy and satisfying snack option.


Frozen yogurt bars have been a popular dessert option for many years, offering a lighter alternative to traditional ice cream bars. This recipe puts a twist on the classic frozen yogurt bar by adding in fresh or frozen fruit and cereal for added texture and flavor.


How to prepare

  1. Place yogurt, fruit, dry milk, and honey in a blender or food processor. Blend until smooth.
  2. Fold in 1.5 cups of cereal.
  3. Pour the mixture into an 8" square pan.
  4. Sprinkle the remaining cereal over the top, gently pressing it down.
  5. Freeze for 4 hours or overnight, then cut into 8 bars.
  6. If desired, individually wrap the bars in foil and store them in the freezer.


  • Try using different flavors of fruited yogurt for a variety of taste options.
  • Experiment with different fruits to create unique flavor combinations.
  • Add in nuts or seeds for added crunch and protein.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Make sure to blend the ingredients until smooth to ensure a creamy texture.

- Use any flavor of fruited yogurt to customize the bars to your liking.

- Feel free to mix and match different fruits to create your own unique flavor combinations.

- Pressing the cereal into the top of the bars helps to create a crunchy topping.

Serving Suggestions

Enjoy these frozen yogurt bars as a cool and refreshing snack on a hot day or as a light dessert option after a meal.

Cooking Techniques

Blending the ingredients until smooth and pressing the cereal into the top of the bars are key techniques for creating the perfect texture and flavor.

Ingredient Substitutions

If you don't have instant non-fat dry milk, you can use regular milk or a milk alternative instead.

Make Ahead Tips

These frozen yogurt bars can be made ahead of time and stored in the freezer for a quick and easy snack option.

Presentation Ideas

Serve these frozen yogurt bars on a platter with fresh fruit and a drizzle of honey for a beautiful and delicious presentation.

Pairing Recommendations

Pair these frozen yogurt bars with a glass of iced tea or lemonade for a refreshing and satisfying snack.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store any leftover frozen yogurt bars in the freezer in an airtight container or individually wrapped in foil for up to a month. Simply thaw for a few minutes before enjoying.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving

Each serving of frozen yogurt bars contains approximately 150 calories.


Each serving of frozen yogurt bars contains approximately 25 grams of carbohydrates.


Each serving of frozen yogurt bars contains approximately 1 gram of fat.


Each serving of frozen yogurt bars contains approximately 4 grams of protein.

Vitamins and minerals

Frozen yogurt bars are a good source of calcium, vitamin C, and other essential vitamins and minerals.


This recipe contains dairy and may not be suitable for those with lactose intolerance or dairy allergies.


Frozen yogurt bars are a nutritious and delicious snack option that are low in fat and calories while providing essential nutrients like protein and calcium.


Frozen yogurt bars are a healthy and delicious snack option that are easy to make and perfect for a hot summer day. With a creamy texture, fruity flavor, and crunchy topping, these bars are sure to be a hit with the whole family.

How did I get this recipe?

I remember the joy I felt when I first stumbled upon this recipe for Frozen Yogurt Bars. It was many years ago, when I was just a young girl, eager to learn everything I could about cooking and baking. I had always loved spending time in the kitchen with my mother and grandmother, watching them work their magic with ingredients and create delicious dishes from scratch.

One summer afternoon, while flipping through an old cookbook that had been passed down to me from my grandmother, I came across a simple yet intriguing recipe for Frozen Yogurt Bars. The combination of creamy yogurt, sweet honey, and crunchy granola seemed like the perfect treat for a hot summer day. I decided then and there that I had to give it a try.

I gathered all the ingredients I needed and set to work in the kitchen, following the recipe step by step. As I mixed the yogurt and honey together, the sweet aroma filled the air and I could already tell that this was going to be something special. I poured the mixture into a pan, sprinkled the granola on top, and popped it into the freezer to set.

The anticipation of waiting for the bars to freeze was almost unbearable, but when I finally took them out and cut them into squares, I knew it had been worth the wait. The bars were creamy and tangy, with the perfect amount of sweetness from the honey and crunch from the granola. I couldn't believe how easy they were to make, yet how delicious they turned out to be.

I shared the Frozen Yogurt Bars with my family, who all raved about how tasty they were. My grandmother, in particular, was impressed with my creation and asked for the recipe so she could make them herself. It was a proud moment for me, knowing that I had learned how to make such a delicious and refreshing treat all on my own.

As the years went by, I continued to make the Frozen Yogurt Bars whenever the craving struck. I experimented with different flavors of yogurt and toppings, always trying to find new and exciting ways to enjoy this simple yet satisfying dessert. I shared the recipe with friends and neighbors, who all fell in love with the bars just as much as I had.

One day, while visiting a friend in another town, I was surprised to see a similar recipe for Frozen Yogurt Bars in a local newspaper. It turns out that this recipe had been passed down through generations in that community, with each family adding their own twist to make it their own. I was delighted to learn that this humble recipe had made its way across the country, bringing joy and deliciousness to so many people.

I realized then that cooking and baking were more than just a way to nourish our bodies – they were a way to connect with others, to share stories and traditions, and to create memories that would last a lifetime. The Frozen Yogurt Bars had become more than just a recipe to me – they were a symbol of all the love and joy that had been passed down through my family over the years.

And so, every time I make a batch of Frozen Yogurt Bars, I think of all the people who have shared this recipe with me, and all the memories we have created together. I am grateful for the simple pleasures that cooking and baking bring into my life, and for the delicious treats that keep my loved ones coming back for more. The Frozen Yogurt Bars will always hold a special place in my heart, reminding me of the joy and connection that food can bring to our lives.


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