Disclaimer: This recipe post was sponsored by Wallaby Organic, a brand of yogurt that my family loves! All opinions expressed here are my own. Thank you for supporting my sponsors.
Frozen yogurt bark, made with Wallaby Organic Yogurt, is the easiest way to transform your favorite yogurt flavors into a sweet and cold treat. My Pumpkin Yogurt Boo Bark is a fun Halloween snack your kids will love.
Frozen Pumpkin Yogurt Bark
Of all the treats this time of year, I feel the best about frozen yogurt bark. It's not overly sweet or stuffed with too much candy, but it still delivers a sweet treat flavor delicious enough to be considered dessert! I use our favorite Wallaby Organic® Vanilla Bean Greek Whole Milk for this bark but you can use whatever flavor of Wallaby Yogurt you like best!
Millie is my little yogurt lover! When we go to the store she's always the one to pick out the flavors with me. We love Wallaby Organic Greek Whole Milk Yogurt because it's thick and creamy and the flavors are DELICIOUS. Millie loves their Strawberry Yogurt in Pancakes and the Vanilla Bean is my personal favorite. Be sure to look for Wallaby’s new packaging in the yogurt aisle.
Ingredients in Pumpkin Yogurt Bark
- Wallaby Organic Vanilla Bean Greek Whole Milk - this is the base of the yogurt bark!
- Pumpkin Puree - to create the pumpkin swirl and add pumpkin flavor.
- Maple Syrup - to sweeten the pumpkin just a touch.
- Yogurt Pretzels - these make the little ghosts.
- Candy Eyeballs & Sprinkles - to make the bark festive!
How to Make Frozen Yogurt Bark
- Make the Pumpkin Yogurt- mix together vanilla bean yogurt, pumpkin puree and maple syrup until smooth.
- Line a baking dish with wax paper. This will make it easy to remove the bark from the pan.
- Add a layer of vanilla bean yogurt to the pan, spreading thin.
- Drizzle pumpkin yogurt over the top.
- Dollop with a bit more vanilla bean yogurt and swirl together with a chopstick or skewer.
- Add yogurt pretzels, candy eyeballs and sprinkles.
- Freeze until solid, about 3-4 hours.
- Cut into pieces and eat straight from the freezer!
Possible Variations For Yogurt Bark
- Substitute the pumpkin for another flavor of yogurt such as Wallaby Organic Blueberry Greek Whole Milk Yogurt!
- Add fruit - blueberries and strawberries work really well.
- Switch up the toppings - you can really add anything you like from crushed cookies to plain pretzels and even mini chocolate chips.
- Yogurt Cups - instead of freezing in one sheet, try mini muffin tins for individual bites.
What I Love About This Bark
I love making yogurt bark for the twins because it comes together so fast and doesn't require melted chocolate! This recipe is great year round as a cold treat and you can easily store it in an airtight container in the freezer for anytime a sweet craving strikes. Wallaby Vanilla Bean Yogurt with specks of vanilla bean tastes like a rich dessert which makes this bark even better.
How fun is the final Pumpkin Yogurt Boo Bark? After it's frozen solid, use a sharp knife to chop bark into pieces. You can cut them as large or small as you want but I recommend smaller pieces as the bark tends to get rather melty in little hands.
More Fun Halloween Recipes to Try:
- Halloween Bat Snack Board
- Jack-O-Lantern Snack Board
- Healthy Monster Pancakes
- The Best Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread
Happy Halloween! I hope you will try this easy and delicious yogurt bark and let me know how your family enjoys it. Also, leave me a comment and review in the box below and as always, I'd love to see your creation on Instagram @freutcake!
More Kid-Friendly Halloween Recipes:
- Halloween Taco Bar
- Bat Snack Board
- Lion King Snack Board
- Jack-o-lantern Snack Board
- Healthy Monster Pancakes
Pumpkin Yogurt Boo Bark
Pumpkin Yogurt BooBark is a fun frozen Halloween snack your kids will love.
- 4 (5.3 oz) containers Wallaby Organic Vanilla Bean Greek Whole Milk Yogurt
- ¼ cup pumpkin puree
- 2 Tablespoons maple syrup
- 12 yogurt covered pretzels
- 24 candy eyeballs
- Halloween sprinkles, optional
- In a small bowl, mix together 1 (5.3oz) container yogurt, pumpkin puree, and maple syrup.
- In a 9x13 pan lined with wax paper, spread 3 remaining containers of yogurt reserving a small amount.
- Top with the pumpkin yogurt mixture and dollop with the remaining vanilla bean yogurt.
- Use a chopstick or skewer to swirl together the yogurts.
- Press pretzels down into the yogurt and add candy eyeballs to the top two holes of the pretzels.
- Sprinkle with Halloween sprinkles if desired,
- Freeze for 3-4 hours until solid.
- Cut with a sharp knife and serve immediately.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 6 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 237Total Fat: 5gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 149mgCarbohydrates: 46gFiber: 1gSugar: 30gProtein: 3g