How to Make Yogurt Bars

Yogurt bars are the perfect super quick breakfast for kids.

They are super easy to make and will make the school breakfast “craze” a lot easier. Plus, eating a yogurt bar is a lot healthier than most quick breakfast foods and a lot less sugar.

Blueberry and pistachio yogurt bars

We drop a chunk of our yogurt bars onto a bowl of granola. Then, munch and go! It is more nutritious than cereal, full of protein and complex carbohydrates, and is sure to keep your kids feeling full longer.

Yogurt Bar

Making your own yogurt and fruit bar with a simple yogurt bars recipe is a great way to ensure your child isn’t getting a ton of extra sugar and harmful chemicals in their diet. You know exactly what is going into it and can tailor it to suit your family.

Plus, you don’t have to worry about a lot of allergens like soy, red food coloring, peanuts, wheat, etc if you’re the one making it.

Even if your child has a sensitivity to cow’s milk, you could easily use coconut or almond yogurt!

Plus, this is a great way to spend time with your child and letting them be part of making breakfast. But it can be educational as well. Teach then how they make yogurt. It’s a very intricate process and kind of interesting.

Supplies Needed To Make Yogurt Bars:

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  • 1 Cup of Greek Yogurt – we use plain and add a teaspoon of honey to sweeten.
  • 1 Cup of Toppings
  • Wax Paper
  • Cookie Sheet Pan

How to Make Yogurt Bars:

How to make yogurt bark using yogurt, dried fruit, granola, coconut, and chocolate chips.

  1. Spread a thick layer of yogurt on the wax paper.
  2. We tried to make the yogurt a little less than half an inch thick but thicker than a quarter of an inch… sprinkle nuts, fruit, extras, etc.
  3. Freeze it overnight.
  4. In the morning, crack the bar into pieces. Store these in a freezer safe air-tight bag.

Enjoy!

How to Make Yogurt Bars

Blueberry and pistachio yogurt bars

Yogurt bars are the perfect quick breakfast for kids. They are super easy to make and will make the school breakfast "craze" a ton easier.

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup of Greek Yogurt – we use plain and add a teaspoon of honey to sweeten.
  • 1 Cup of Toppings
  • Wax Paper
  • Cookie Sheet Pan

Instructions

  1. Spread a thick layer of yogurt on the wax paper.
  2. We tried to make the yogurt a little less than half an inch thick but thicker than a quarter of an inch… sprinkle nuts, fruit, extras, etc.
  3. Freeze it overnight.
  4. In the morning, crack the bar into pieces. Store these in a freezer safe air-tight bag.

More Yogurt Bar Topping Ideas:

Mix-and-Match:

  • Berries – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, cherries, cranberries, etc.
  • Nuts – pistachios, pecans, almonds, cashews, etc.
  • Other ideas – cinnamon, shredded coconut, granola, dark chocolate, raisins, dried cranberries, etc.

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5 Comments

  1. This is such kind of breakfast that kids can never deny this. it’s looking so yummy thanks for sharing the tips. this weekend i will definitely try this one for sure as my children always leave the breakfast saying they are not hungry.

  2. I’m always looking for low cal but fun snacks . This is such a fun idea and I love how quick and customizable it is . Threw a couple Oreo wafers on top for some “cookies and cream bars”. Perfect! I’ll be using this recipe a bunch.

  3. I love that idea! THANKS so much!

  4. Hi! Can I ask if you store this in the freezer or the fridge when it’s been broken into pieces?

  5. Kristen Yard says:

    Hi, Gemma! Sure! Store these in the freezer in an airtight container or airtight freezer bag. Enjoy!

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