Yoghurt Bark | BLW

Baby Led Weaning

Yoghurt Bark is a fantastic, easy to make, yummy treat that can be used for breakfast, snack or a dessert. There are so many variations of this recipe, but this is the one I use for Amber. We usually give this to Amber along with some fruit or toast for breakfast, as it’s very cold and she gets angry when her hands get too cold so having something that isn’t cold for in between helps. I also, think she gets brain-freeze! Haha.


1 cup of porridge oats
1 cup of full fat natural greek yoghurt
A handful of your choice of fruit


Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper.
Pour the yoghurt into the greaseproof and spread out to create a layer approx. 1cm thick.
Sprinkle the oats evenly over the yoghurt.
Chop your fruit into small pieces and sprinkle onto the yoghurt.
Place the tray into the freezer overnight.
Once frozen, remove the greaseproof paper from the yoghurt bark and place inside a large ziplock bag.
Use a rolling pin to break up the yoghurt bark inside the bag and serve a few small chunks at a time.
You can then store the rest of the yoghurt bark in the bag in the freezer for future use.

For Amber I usually use strawberries, blueberries and raspberries, you could also use banana, grated apple, mango, kiwi etc. Also, you may want to add maple syrup, or if your little one is over 12 months old you could add honey.
(Honey is not recommended for children under 1 year old).

We hope you and your little ones enjoy this recipe, if you do decide to try this one out, remember to tag us on instagram @mama_and_baby_amber and @meet_the_crockers 🙂

Em, Dan & Amber x


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