Patriotic Yogurt Bark

This frozen yogurt bark is dairy-free thanks to the Silk Almondmilk yogurt alternative and super patriotic thanks to the stars and team USA made out of strawberries! It's perfect to enjoy while cheering on your team during the Olympics, or on any regular ol' day.

Raise of hands if you are extra tired this week because you've stayed up too late watching the Olympics!

(hand raised)

My normal 9:30 or 10 bedtime just isn't happening these few weeks... and that's ok, because it's so fun to see all of the athletes competing -- the best of the best in their sport. It's so energizing and fulfilling to see them nail it: that slope, that half pipe, that ice dance, etc. Do you watch them allllllll?

And how adorable is this edible Olympic torch?!

olympic torch

photo by: @morepleasemama, via @onmykidsplate

This frozen yogurt bark is the perfect snack (or dessert) to eat while cheering on your favorite atheletes. It's made with Silk's new almondmilk yogurt alternative... and it's totally dairy-free and soy-free. 

yogurt swirls

It's super easy to make:

I swirled in a bit of blue yogurt (made with McCormick Spice's all-natural Color From Nature dyes), and then added blueberries and strawberries and edible glitter. Freeze for about 4 hours, then cut into pieces!

patriotic yogurt bark team USA

You can mix it up with different topping combinations:

  • Pineapple + mango + granola
  • Raspberries + chocolate + coconut
  • Banana + swirled peanut butter
  • Apple + cinnamon + walnuts

dairy free yogurt bark

And if you'd rather not wait for the bark to freeze, you can totally devour it in yogurt bowl form too. Just as patriotic! Just as DELISH. Just quicker!

patriotic yogurt bowl team USA

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Patriotic Yogurt Bark

Patriotic Yogurt Bark


Patriotic Yogurt Bark


16 ounces Silk's Vanilla Almondmilk Yogurt Alternative (~ three, 5.3 ounce containers)
1⁄2 teaspoon McCormick Color from Nature, natural blue dye
12 Blueberries
6 Strawberries
1 teaspoon silver sugar (edible glitter, optional)


  1. Line a small cookie sheet or glass pan with parchment paper. 
  2. Spoon out two 5.3 ounch yogurt containers into a thin layer -- keeping the 3rd yogurt set aside. (I like to keep it pretty thin so it's easier to eat, approximately 1/2 cm high).
  3. Stir in the all-natural blue dye to the third yogurt container. 
  4. Put a few dollops of the blue yogurt sporadically onto the thin layer of yogurt. Then use a knife to go back and forth and swirl it around. 
  5. Adorn the yogurt with blueberries and strawberries (use cut outs for the strawberries if you so choose -- we used a star and then U S A.)
  6. Freeze for at least 4 hours. Then cut into slices. Store leftovers in the freezer. 

Yields 8 Servings