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Rosy Yogurt Bark

Rosy Yogurt Bark

No wonder yogurt bark has gone viral! It tastes like you are indulging and no cooking is involved. All you need is a sheet pan and yogurt at the base. Here I tried to mimic the flavors of granola by using crunchy almonds and dates for sweetness. It makes the perfect snack with added fruitiness from raspberries and the mix of creamy and cold frozen yogurt. Since we always spice it up, we sprinkled in
Roses
, which make this snack beautiful and taste like a fancy dessert. 

Ingredients

Preparation

Spread the yogurt evenly over a lined baking sheet, 1/4 of an inch in thickness. 

Evenly sprinkle the almonds, raspberries and dates over the yogurt. Using both of your hands rub the rose petals between both hands and sprinkle them evenly on top of the yogurt. 

Freeze the bark until firm or overnight. 

Once frozen, break the bark apart and enjoy. Keep in the freezer for up to a week. 

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Rosy Yogurt Bark

| Breakfast, Snacky Bits

No wonder yogurt bark has gone viral! It tastes like you are indulging and no cooking is involved. All you need is a sheet pan and yogurt at the base. Here I tried to mimic the flavors of granola by using crunchy almonds and dates for sweetness. It makes the perfect snack with added fruitiness from raspberries and the mix of creamy and cold frozen yogurt. Since we always spice it up, we sprinkled in
Roses
, which make this snack beautiful and taste like a fancy dessert. 

Jamie Aragonez