Wondering what low syn treat you can make your loved one for Valentines day? Then give this White Chocolate Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt Bark a try.
One of my favourite things is white chocolate, it’s not even really chocolate, but it’s so darn good. Even better is white chocolate bark with all yummy good things added to it.
But we all know chocolate in any form is pretty high synned. So this White Chocolate Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt Bark is my compromise. I still get the white chocolate, but cleverly reduce the syns by combining it with yoghurt for a frozen bark goodness.
It would be great for Valentines day. Make a delicious cooked meal for you and your loved one from one of this amazing Main Dish recipes, and then you can both snuggle on the sofa to watch a movie and share some of this White Chocolate Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt Bark.
It’s super easy to make. I just mix some fat free vanilla yoghurt with white chocolate options just to up the flavour, but you can omit if you can’t get any.There is also a delicious homemade strawberry sauce sweetened with some Sukrin Gold (a natural brown sugar sweetener with no aftertaste). Per the new rules regarding sweetener, you should syn it when using more than 1 tbs. I haven’t synned the sweetener because one serving of this bark is less than 1 tbs of sweetener.
Spread it out on a tray, swirl with a skewer and drizzle with a little white chocolate. Place in the freezer and once frozen, you can break up into White Chocolate Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt Bark and place in a ziplock bag for when you want it.
It is perfect, and is it is frozen, it takes longer to eat, so a perfect substitute for a high synned bowl of ice-cream or slab of chocolate bark.
I am already wondering what other combinations to come up with next. Watch this space 🙂
White Chocolate Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt Bark
Yield 4 servings
This recipe is gluten free, vegetarian, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendly
- Extra Easy - 4.5 syns per serving
- Green/Vegetarian - 4.5 syns per serving
- Original - 4.5 syns per serving
- WW Smart Points - 6
- 650g (23oz) of Fat Free Vanilla Yoghurt
- 21g of white chocolate options - 4.5 syns
- 300g (10.5oz) of strawberries -4.5
- 2 tbs of sukrin gold (or other sweetener of choice)
- 28g (1oz) of white chocolate chips - 8 syns
Add the yoghurt to a bowl and whisk in the white chocolate options
Line a 12x9 inch baking tray with parchment paper
Pour in the yogurt and gently tap tray on a flat counter to evenly distribute. Place in the fridge while you make the strawberry sauce.
Add the strawberries to a saucepan with the sukrin and gently heat, stirring regularly, to it breaks down into a sauce (keep breaking up any big lumps as it starts to reduce down) - approx 15 mins
Allow to cool, then take the tray of yoghurt out of the fridge, randomly add spoonfuls of the sauce all over the yoghurt in the tray. Then using a skewer, draw lines up and down the length of the tray to create a swirling effect.
Add the white chocolate to a bowl over a saucepan over water and heat gently until melted.
Drizzle over the yoghurt and swirl in the opposite direction.
Place the tray in the freezer until frozen, and then you can remove from the tray and randomly break into pieces, place in a ziplock bag and take out as you want it.
Variation: Try some other variations of mix's in, and different chocolate as the drizzle.
This recipe is freezer friendly
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Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Total Fat 3.8 g
Saturated Fat 2 g
Sodium 105 mg
Total Carbohydrates 25 g
Dietary Fiber 1.8 g
Sugars 22.6 g
Protein 8 g
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