White Chocolate Raspberry Yoghurt Bark | Slimming World Friendly Recipe
This delicious low syn, low calorie white chocolate raspberry yoghurt bark is fun to make with all of the family and everyone will enjoy. It is perfect for anyone following the Slimming World plan, Weight Watchers or a calorie deficit.
One of my biggest challenges whilst being on plan with Slimming World is fulfilling my sweet cravings. Then a few weeks ago I discovered yoghurt bark. But the recipe I found was using sugar, honey and various other high synned ingredients. After a few tweaks and attempts I have found a low syn alternative recipe for everyone to enjoy.
Why you’ll love this recipe….
- 4 Syn treat
- Perfect low calorie snack
- The kids will love them
- Suitable for batch cooking
- So cute and fun to make
- Great for parties
Batch Cook – Storage Information
- Freezer: Pop in a freezer bag and keep in the freezer for up to 6 months.
- Fridge: Not suitable. These will melt quite quickly once removed from the freezer so you would need to eat them straight away.
Do I need any fancy equipment to create this recipe?
You don’t need anything fancy.. just a simple ice cube tray would work just fine! If however you prefer to create something a bit cuter you can purchase one of these Hello Kitty moulds from Amazon.. or anything similar would work fine too.
Is this recipe Slimming World friendly?
The whole batch is worth 4 Syns or 2 Weight watchers points so please feel free to either devour the lot in one go or use as an occasional treat. Because they can be stored in the freezer and eaten straight away they make an excellent snack when you are having those cravings.
This recipe would also work well with strawberries. blueberries and blackberries too. But I feel the raspberries work best with the white chocolate.
White Chocolate and Raspberry Yoghurt Bark
- 22g Options White Hot Chocolate
- 200g Fat Free Greek Style Yoghurt
- 80g Fresh or Frozen Raspberries
- Add the yoghurt and Options hot chocolate to a bowl and whisk for a few minutes until light and fluffy.
- Chop the raspberries into small sections and add to the mixture. (If you are using frozen raspberries pop them in the microwave for 30 seconds first).
- Mix together and then spoon into your silicone mold.
- Pop into the freezer for 3 – 4 hours or overnight.