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.
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.Print
A delicious refreshing snack! Passionfruit yoghurt bark with strawberries. Healthy and yummy! Low FODMAP, lactose-free, with vegan option
- 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
- 2–3 tbsp maple syrup
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Put the baking sheet into the freezer and freeze the yoghurt bark for at least four hours or overnight. Break into pieces and serve.
- 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
- 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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