Do you want a cold treat on a hot day that is easy, quick and as refreshing as ice cream, but with less guilt? Then this frozen yogurt recipe is for you. This Rocky Road Frozen Yogurt Bark recipe is also Weight Watchers friendly at only 4 WW points per serving on the blue plan!
All you need is 5 minutes and 7 ingredients. When kids slam their fists on the table and start chanting, "We want more! We want more!" this can actually be a good thing. That is exactly what happened when my little human guinea pigs tested this dessert recipe for me
I must admit that this reaction was a little unexpected, given that my inspiration for this chocolate frozen yogurt recipe was a Weight Watchers recipe ( Chocolate yogurt recipe. ) However, I'm pretty sure the 'rocky road' part was the clincher !
For this frozen yogurt bark recipe, you'll need:
- non-fat Greek yogurt
- agave syrup
- cocoa powder
- semi sweet chocolate chips
- butterscotch chips
- mini marshmallows
- waffle cones
*see recipe card for quantities
Kids are very honest and that's precisely why they make excellent recipe testers. If they don't like it, they will tell you. On the other hand, most adults have well developed filters. This is why I always leave out a piece of paper for my recipe testers at work. That way, they can leave honest and anonymous feedback without the worry of hurting my feelings.
"Gross" isn't necessarily a bad thing....To date, not one of my colleagues has ever anonymously written "GROSS" on that piece of paper. Yet, most kids will tell you "it's gross" right to your face. Well, mine will anyway. And they have. Although gross doesn't exactly help you to understand what you need to improve on, it is a pretty good indication that you have a lot of work to do OR it simply needs to be scrapped. I really do appreciate both types of feedback.
I keep it frozen in a sealed container or Ziplock freezer bag and just take it out as needed. It will last for up to 3 months in your freezer.
👪 SERVING SIZE
This recipe is 10 servings, but you can half, double or triple the recipe by clicking on the blue servings size in the recipe card. Simply choose the number of servings you'd like and the ingredient amounts will adjust accordingly. I never did get the chance to test this chocolate froyo bark recipe at work because the kids ate it ALL that night. They keep asking me to make it again- this is also a good thing!
All you need is a baking sheet (9X13) to make this frozen chocolate yogurt. See my Amazon recommendations in recipe NOTES.
So, if you're looking for healthy, Weight Watchers friendly frozen treats with low WW poitns this Chocolate Frozen yogurt with Rocky Road topping, is for you!
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📋 Rocky Road Frozen Yogurt Bark Recipe
- 1 ½ cups 0% or non fat Greek yogurt (I use Astro)
- 2 tablespoon agave syrup
- 2 tablespoon cocoa powder
- ¼ cup semi sweet chocolate chips
- ¼ cup butterscotch chips
- ⅓ cup mini marshmallows
- 1 waffle cone , broken into small pieces
- Line a baking sheet (9"X13") with parchment paper and set aside.
- Mix yogurt, cocoa powder and agave syrup in a bowl until combined. Pour onto prepared baking sheet and spread into a thin layer.(about ¼ - ½ inch thick).Bang baking sheet a couple of times on the counter to remove air bubbles and distribute evenly.
- Spread remaining ingredients evenly over yogurt base.
- Place in the freezer for 6-8 hours, or overnight, until the bark is fully frozen. Break apart or slice into desired squares.
- Serve immediately (on a square pieces of parchment or wax paper to avoid sticky fingers) and keep stored in the freezer in an airtight container or bag.
Oh my goodness. I haven't had breakfast and all I want to do is make this right now. Five minutes? Who doesn't have five minutes. 🙂
Thanks, Sue! It is sooo good and fast to make! You will not be sorry you made it :), even for breakfast!
Great. Just what I need ... another vice. Like I don't already have enough vices.
... but omg, this looks soooo good! It has yogurt in it, right? That's breakfast food ...
Oh yes, joanneisco, yogurt is totally acceptable breakfast food in any form! 🙂
IF I had any of those ingredients in my house, there would be a batch of that bark in the freezer right now.
... wait, I'm pretty sure I have some mini marshmallows ... it's a start 🙂
You could always chop up the big marshmallows - I have done it in desperation! The butterscotch chips really make all the difference, but I'm sure toffee bits would also work in a pinch!
... today I go grocery shopping. Tomorrow we have bark 🙂
After all this talk of it, I went down to the freezer and sneaked a piece last night - I couldn't resist! So glad I still had some!
Oh my goodness . . Y U M M Y :o)
Thanks, Dagmar - it is good... I hope you enjoy it!
I am making peach jam, pickled beets and eggs and now some bark. My day is all set, looks sooooo good.
Sounds like an excellent combination!
Amazing, unique recipe that's easy to make!
Thanks, Laura! Yes, so easy to make and so satisfying... 🙂
Terri I tried this on the weekend and it was a huge hit! I loved that I was serving something a dessert that wasn't loaded with sugar. So easy to make as well. My kind of recipe.
I am so glad it was a hit, Sue! I am making some this weekend too 🙂
What size baking sheet did you use?
Hi Danyalle- I use a 9X13 baking sheet.
i like this recipe!
Froyo bark??!! That's just genius! I'm going to have to spend all summer making different variations now 😉
Hi Anna: Thanks! Yes, I love this stuff and always make at least a double batch! If you have yogurt close to the expiry date, that you can't possibly eat, it's also a great way to use it up - that's just what I did the other day! 🙂 Enjoy!