Frozen Treats! A Delicious 3 Ingredient Recipe!

Activity By Rosslyn Sinclair
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Healthy and easy frozen treats are easily made, all we need to do is put some time away to do it. Making nutritious snacks are also a great way to bond with your kids on the weekend, and teach them new skills!

Probiotics are a must have every day, but most people don’t know that! And therefore a lack of awareness among adults means, children are likely unaware too. Probiotics are good bacteria that exist in our digestive system and are needed for us to have proper digestion and build a strong immune system.

Eating fermented foods is a good way to increase our probiotic intake, however they aren’t necessarily enjoyed or found tasty by most children. Fear not! We have created a kid-friendly snack- delicious and nutritious: Yogurt Bark! A frozen treat! 🙂

Let’s get started in making our delicious frozen treat!

Imagine a chocolate bar, but healthy!
Yogurt barks are a great way to convince children to eat probiotics regularly, without them realizing that they are.

Here are the ingredients!

  • 2 cups of Yogurt: Any full fat yogurt (to prevent it from getting icy when frozen)
  • 1 box of Fruit: Fresh strawberries, blueberries, raspberries or mangoes; chop them up so they can lay flat on top of the yogurt
  • 1 cup Granola: Any low sugar granola, nuts (pecans or walnuts) and seeds are great to add

You will need:

  • A freezer nearby
  • A baking tray
  • Parchment paper

Time for our frozen treats to be made!

  • Chop your fruit of choice
  • Spread the yogurt evenly over a lined baking sheet (parchment paper)
  • Top the yogurt with your chopped fruit
  • Sprinkle granola & seeds of choice
  • Add any extra toppings
  • Freeze for at least 3 hours

This is a great opportunity to practice a second language with your child! We recommend that you use this time to help your child connect with the language through this delicious frozen treat activity.

Name all the ingredients together in both languages! Use the instructions to introduce new words to them: slowly show them new words such as healthy, spread, top, sprinkle – anything you can think of!

Every activity is an opportunity to learn & can create core memories for your children, let’s give them the gift of learning!

After at least 3 hours when our frozen treats are ready to serve, slice the bark into squares so they can be easily eaten and kept frozen for up to 3 weeks! Yum!



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