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Coconut yoghurt fruit bark

AIP Paleo • Vegan • Gluten free • Dairy free • Nut free

Frozen coconut yoghurt bark is really simple to make, it's the perfect balance of sweetness and an ideal little snack that the whole family can enjoy, especially as an evening treat or on those summery days.

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I use natural coconut yoghurt to offset the sweetness of the fruit, but you can use any yoghurt if you are not following a strict AIP or paleo diet. Always check the ingredients of your coconut yogurt to make sure it has no thickeners added that may not be AIP compliant.

If you like a little extra sweetness, add a touch of maple syrup to the yoghurt.

Coconut yoghurt fruit bark

Prep time : 5 minutes

Freeze time : 2 hours

Servings : 8 - 12


• 2 cups natural coconut yoghurt.

• 2 tbsp pure maple syrup (optional)

• 1/2 cup dried fruit, cranberries

• 1 cup fresh berries, sliced

• 1/4 cup coconut thread or crushed toasted coconut


  1. Line a baking tray or dish with baking paper, set aside. Check your tray will fit in your freezer.

  2. In a mixing bowl combine yoghurt and maple syrup. Stir until smooth.

  3. Fold through half of the dried fruit and coconut thread.

  4. Spread the yoghurt mixture onto the lined tray, smoothing the top.

  5. Scatter over the rest of the dried fruit, coconut and fresh fruit, pressing it down slightly into the yoghurt.

  6. Set in the freezer for 2 hours or until it is completely hard.

  7. Cut or break into pieces before serving.


Keep in an airtight container in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.



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