Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars

Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars

I have made a big change this past year in my life when it comes to my health.  I have made a pledge to myself to exercise daily.  And, let me tell you – I feel so much better since I  kept this pledge to myself.  Not only do I feel great, but I’ve even lost some weight along the way…

50 pounds GONE, my friends!!   I’ve gone from a size  18 to a size  8 – woot, woot!

I lost all that weight by simply adding exercise into my daily routine.  Since I’ve been exercising, I’ve been eating more types of food that give me a little energy boost before  I hope on my treadmill.  Granola bars are a big one, but the weather is hot now – so I’ve been on the lookout for a granola bar like food that can cool me down.

Enter these delicious frozen yogurt trail mix bars – packed with fruit, grains, & nuts.

Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars

These little bars are simply amazing.  I love them and my kids love them too.   Both healthy & delicious – total win, win in my book!

Here’s what you need:

Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars


Mix together the vanilla yogurt, diced up fruit (I use a mixture of strawberries & blueberries), sliced almonds, granola, & chocolate chips.

Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars

Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars

Line a 9×9 dish with tinfoil, and spread the yogurt mixture inside.  Freeze for several hours until frozen & firm.

Once frozen, remove the tinfoil & yogurt bars from the dish.

Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars

Slice into bars, and store in a resealable container in the freezer.

Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars


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Frozen Yogurt Trail Mix Bars
  • 32oz container vanilla low-fat or greek yogurt
  • 1 to 1.5 cups of fruit, chopped
  • 1 cup granola
  • ½ to ¾ cup sliced almonds
  • ½ cup to 1 cup chocolate chips
  1. Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl. Line a 9x9 casserole dish with tinfoil. Spread the yogurt mixture inside the dish. Freeze until frozen & firm. Remove the frozen yogurt bars from dish by pulling the tinfoil out. Slice into bars, store in the freezer.


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  • Melanie @ Carmel Moments

    These look scrumptious! Healthy and delicious. I hope the kids like them. Thanks for sharing!

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  • Dineen Basile

    Any tips on how to get them out of the pan? I did this and when I went to remove them, the tinfoil just ripped. :o(

    • Amy M. Bennett

      Maybe dip it in hot water or wrap a hot, wet dishtowel around the pan before removing the foil?

    • Jessica Stallbaumer

      I haven’t tried these yet but was thinking of using wax or parchment paper instead of tinfoil.

    • Dineen Basile

      Thank you, ladies! I’ll let you know how it works out. I did manage to get a little corner out of the pan and it was delicious!

    • Jamie Jones Markle

      Reynolds wrap makes a non stick foil. DOn’t know if it will work. Also maybe try just lining the pan with wax paper….

    • Lizzie

      Sometimes if you let it set out for just a little bit it’ll lose it up enough the foil won’t stick so bad. (If not spray a little baker’s joy on the foil before you dump the ingredients in. Hope this helps! 🙂

  • Jessica Verghese

    Very nice recipe! I ll try it at home. I always love to try to
    new recipe. Trail mix is one thing I always keep with me while
    travelling, I prefer to have Gaia trail mix. Never thought I can make it
    of my own!

  • nippapath

    thank you for ideal my son must enjoy for mix bar.

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