Last year I made you a Monster Halloween Bark made from nondairy white chocolate, topped with sprinkles, homemade Halloween Oreos, lots of allergen-friendly candies, and homemade googly eyes. It is such a simple yet entertaining recipe to make with the kiddos when you are looking for a decadent treat. But what about when you want something a little more balanced and more of a meal option? What if you want to have some Halloween fun with your breakfast but don’t want chocolate to be the main course? Well, it’s so funny you would ask these questions because I have your answer! You make Halloween Yogurt Bark that is solely made from nondairy yogurt, covered with fresh fruit and lightly sprinkled with homemade monster googly eyes. What?! You didn’t think I would leave out the eyes, did you? I’m weak when it comes to the googly eyes, you know that.
Don’t you love it when you can give your kids a spooktacular breakfast and still not go too crazy with the sugar and processed foods? And the only work you need to do is line a pan with parchment paper, throw some yogurt into the pan, cover the top with fresh fruit, and freeze. Oh, and cut it too but that’s it. And with that, Halloween is served.
Make Halloween Yogurt Bark for breakfast. Here’s how:Print
Halloween Yogurt Bark
- Prep Time: 10 mins
- Total Time: 10 mins
- Yield: Serves 4
- 4 (5.3oz) cartons of nondairy yogurt (preferably orange-colored)
- 1 Tbsp. coconut oil (optional)
- 1/4 c. blueberries
- 1 kiwi, peeled and sliced
- 1/2 yellow nectarine
- Monster Googly Eyes
- Line an 8×8 pan with parchment or wax paper.
- In a medium bowl, combine all the yogurt cartons together. If using the coconut oil, add now. Pour into the pan.
- Top with the sliced kiwi, nectarine, blueberries, and googly eyes.
- Place in freezer until set.
- Cut into pieces and allow the little ones to choose their own yogurt bark.
I used Silk yogurt alternative but you are free to use whatever nondairy yogurt is your favorite. There really is a lot of freedom with this Halloween Yogurt Bark idea so have fun with it and play around. Use the ingredients you love but just make sure that it has a Halloween flair!
How long can this sit out at room temperature before it melts?
Would you recommend this as a dish for a Halloween party or would it melt too quickly?
Ahhhh why does mine melt so fast? Is it because I used regular yogurt? I’m bringing this to a party today but am worried how big of a mess it will make. It is a REALLY cute idea but would’ve loved some more explanation in the blog post about consistency afterward, tips for serving, etc. Your readers could avoid this debacle I’m in now.
Well, I don’t think it’s supposed to stay frozen for long periods of time, unfortunately. Since it is yogurt, it needs to be eaten immediately :/
What did you use for the Google eyes?
Please see the link that is embedded in the recipe.
Can you make this with regular yogurt? Dairy?
You absolutely can, yes Coraline! xo
Great idea! I’m guessing the coconut oil helps it not freeze too crystally?
Yup! Smart 😉
Cute idea! I had no idea you could freeze yoghurt.
i love this! it’s healthy but fun. i never froze yogurt before.
Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine
Haha, I love the eyes 😉 Perfect Halloween treat, Cara!
Genius, and so simple!