I’m new to the world of Unicorn Food and quite honestly, I’m obsessed! I’ve even created a Pinterest board just for it too. While the little man sleeps, I’m thinking of all the ways that I can turn my favorite foods into a Unicorn-inspired treat. And this Unicorn Yogurt Bark is my very first introduction into this world of all things pastel rainbow colored. Welcome! Oh, well, thank you. Don’t mind if I go overboard over here…
This process is simple: Take your favorite brand of vanilla yogurt, color it into a pastel rainbow with all-natural food coloring, top with sprinkles, freeze and then slice. That’s it. It’s a great snack option when you want to eat your probiotics in different form and, I mean, it’s Unicorn food. I’m sold! So will your kids be.
Transform a simple snack into a magical treat by turning yogurt into the prettiest Unicorn Yogurt Bark your kids have ever seen!Print
Unicorn Yogurt Bark
- Prep Time: 10 mins
- Total Time: 10 mins
- Yield: 12 Unicorn Yogurt Squares 1x
- 5 individual cartons of vanilla yogurt
- mix of rainbow sprinkles
- all-natural food coloring (I used red, blue, green, and yellow)
- Add coloring to each carton of yogurt and mix until fully colored.
- Pour each color into a different section into a very small (or 8×8) baking pan, lined with parchment paper. With a spoon or knife, gently mix the colors around until just swirled. Don’t do it too much or else you won’t have that nice swirl.
- Coat the top with the sprinkles.
- Place into the freezer and chill until completely set.
- Slice into squares and serve immediately.
This Unicorn Yogurt Bark is also a fun treat option for St. Patrick’s Day. Swirl up your kids’ favorite yogurt and freeze for this rainbow-themed snack.
As you can tell, I have a thing for frozen yogurt bark. Want more recipes? Here they are:
What size yogurts do you need for this??
Hi! I have been exploring unicorn food too and LOVE it! What natural brands of food dye do you recommend? Thanks !
India Tree is a great brand!
Unicorns are just the best. Life is simply better with the addition of unicorns and rainbows, right?! Totally digging this post 😉
Who says you can’t make your food look fun? This is way too adorable for kids to enjoy considering it’s yogurt.
I’d love to have this recipe on my list. I am thinking of adding unicorn carrot cake with some rainbow toppings.
I’m wondering what’s the perfect match or pair for this icy yogurt treat. Do you have good suggestions?
I LOVE this. I am working on an article that includes a recipe round up and this makes the top of the list!
Hooray, thanks for sharing Stephanie 🙂
I never knew I needed this in my life. I have been seeing so many unicorn recipes lately and I really need to join in bc these are AMAZING.
I am just joining the Unicorn life myself and I’m loving you. You def NEED yogurt bark that has been sprinkled with Unicorn fun!
I LOVE THIS IDEA!! sooo cute!
Easy, fun, and full of rainbows 🙂
I love this unicorn passion of yours! Now, I will go blow some bubbles. 🙂
HAHA Make sure they are rainbow colored bubbles <3