Pieces of lactose-free passionfruit yoghurt bark on a baking sheet

Low FODMAP passionfruit yoghurt Bark

Today I want to share a recipe for a refreshing and healthy snack with you, passionfruit yoghurt bark! Where the name yoghurt bark comes from, I don’t have a clue.

I already knew about chocolate bark: chocolate bars that you melt and pour onto a plate to let them set again after you have added all kinds of things that you like, such as caramels or marshmallows.

Like that you will get your own custom-made chocolate bar that you can break into pieces. The idea of yoghurt bark is the same, but then with yoghurt instead of chocolate.

You pour yoghurt onto a baking tray lined with baking parchment, add things that you like and put the yoghurt in the freezer to set.

Lactose-free yoghurt with strawberries and passion fruit on a baking sheet

This will become a plate of frozen yoghurt that you can break into pieces and then you’ll have pieces of frozen yoghurt ice cream! It’s super yummy and hardly contains any calories.

I made passionfruit yoghurt bark with strawberry because passionfruit is one of the few FODMAP friendly fruits that I haven’t eaten at all in the past years and I thought it would make a fresh combination together with the yoghurt.

Because the lactose-free yoghurt was sold out in my supermarket I used lactose-free quark that I diluted with lactose-free milk to get a yoghurt like substance.

If you can find lactose-free yoghurt (slightly thicker yoghurt, such as Greek yoghurt) it is easier to use that instead.

A stack of low FODMAP passionfruit yoghurt bark with strawberries and passion fruit
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Low FODMAP passionfruit yoghurt bark


  • Author: Karlijn
  • Total Time: 19 mins
  • Servings: 15 1x
  • Diet: Low Lactose

Description

A delicious refreshing snack! Passionfruit yoghurt bark with strawberries. Healthy and yummy! Low FODMAP, lactose-free, with vegan option


Ingredients

Scale
  • 200 gr lactose-free quark
  • About 100 ml lactose-free milk
  • OR instead of the quark and the milk 300 ml thick (Greek) lactose-free yoghurt
  • 2 passion fruits
  • 100 gr strawberries, cut in slices
  • 23 tbsp maple syrup

Instructions

  1. Put the quark in a bowl. Add lactose-free milk little by little and stir it through the quark until you get a Greek yoghurt like substance. Or simply use Greek yoghurt, if you don’t want to make it as difficult as I do.
  2. Scoop the seeds out of the passion fruits with a spoon. Stir the seeds of one passion fruit through the yoghurt mixture and stir in the maple syrup too.
  3. Layer a baking sheet with baking parchment and pour the yoghurt mixture on it. Divide the strawberry slices and the other passion fruit seeds over the yoghurt mixture.
  4. Put the baking sheet into the freezer and freeze the yoghurt bark for at least four hours or overnight. Break into pieces and serve.
  5. You can store the yoghurt bark in the freezer in a box.
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 4 mins
  • Category: Snack
  • Method: Freezer
  • Cuisine: International

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 15
  • Calories: 22
  • Fat: 0
  • Carbohydrates: 3
  • Protein: 2

Keywords: low FODMAP yoghurt bark, low FODMAP yogurt bark, lactose-free yoghurt bark, lactose-free yogurt bark

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2 Comments

  • Jodi says:

    What is the low fodmap serving size for the PASSIONFRUIT YOGHURT BARK??

    • Karlijn says:

      The entire recipe is a low FODMAP serving, so there is no limit for this recipe. I would just advise not too eat a too large serving of anything because eating too much at once can also be a trigger for IBS symptoms

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