For years, I’ve been making this Keto Yogurt Bark! When you want a little something sweet and cold, it’s the perfect treat to keep in the freezer and so easy. Especially after coming home from the lake or the pool, it’s the perfect summer treat.
The Best Keto Yogurts To Buy?
About 80% less sugar than most other store-bought yogurts, Two Good Greek Yogurt cups, and they really taste good! For an end result of only 2g of total sugar in each 5.3oz cup and just 3g of carbs, Two Good Greek Yogurt is made with a slow straining process that removes sugar from the milk. This one is our favorite!
Because it has 6g of sugar per serving(much lower than most yogurts on the market), Fage Total 5% Plain Greek Yogurt. It also has good amount of protein at 18g and a 10g of fat!
Another great option is Chobani makes an unflavored Greek Yogurt!
Plain unsweetened Greek Yogurt, Cabot has 10% fat.
Another good option is Dannon Oikos Triple Zero Greek yogurt because it’s also loaded with protein.
Keto Dairy Free Yogurt Options
About 4 net carbs per serving, Silk makes a unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk Yogurt.
With keto friendly sweeteners of your choice, you can flavor any of these yogurts and you can add cinnamon or vanilla too! To make it as sweet as you want, it’s a great way. Before making this keto yogurt bark recipe, we sweetened our keto yogurt. It’s fantastic!
8 bite size pcs
Your favorite keto yogurt, 1 cup.
Your favorite keto powdered sweetener, THREE to FIVE drops of liquid stevia or 1 tbs, sweeten it to your liking
1/2 cup diced berries strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries etc…
1 tsp vanilla extract
Optional: 1/4 tsp cinnamon
- With the sweetener, vanilla extract and cinnamon (if using), mix the keto yogurt.
- On a cookie sheet or large plate, lay out a piece of parchment paper.
- Over the parchment paper, spread the sweetened keto yogurt.
- Into small bite size pieces, Dice the berries.
- Over the keto yogurt, Sprinkle the berries.
- For atleast of THREE hours or overnight, freeze.
- Into bite size pieces, break the yogurt bark.
In a freezer baggie, store the bark and until you are ready to have a treat, keep it in the freezer!