Drained yogurt that removes the water from the yogurt and enjoys a rich texture. It is said that even a small amount of protein can be taken firmly because it is condensed tightly.
"Yogurt bark" is attracting attention this summer as a healthy sweet that uses such drained yogurt. It seems easy to do at home, so I actually made it.
You will need yogurt (or Greek yogurt) and your favorite toppings (fruits, nuts, granola, cookies, etc.).
Place the yogurt on a colander covered with a coffee filter or kitchen paper and drain it well for at least half a day. In the case of Greek yogurt, use it as it is without draining.
Add honey or sugar if you like and spread it thinly on a bat with a parchment paper (about 7-8 mm).
Sprinkle your favorite toppings such as fruit and granola and freeze for 2 hours or more to complete. This time, I made a zone of granola x frozen blueberry and frozen mango x coconut sable.
When it hardens, divide it into pieces that are easy to eat by hand. By the way, the pieces look like bark, so it's called yogurt bark.
The yogurt part is crispy like an ice lolly, and when it melts, the richness of the milk spreads. It has a refreshing feel that is completely different from ice cream, and you can enjoy the texture and sweetness of the toppings.
If you want more sweetness, add honey when you eat it, or add cookie-based (Oreo is also recommended) or jam toppings like this one. I'm worried about my weight, but my body wants something like ice cream ... How about a snack at that time?