Here's a simple frozen yogurt bark that we all love - made with matcha tea powder. This 5 ingredient keto yogurt bark comes together with 3 minutes prep! It is a refreshing, tasty low carb dessert that's great for sharing.
Have you tried frozen yogurt bark? It's the quick 'n' easy little sister of frozen yogurt.
I've been making frozen yogurt bark for the kids for years. I use Greek yogurt as a base, and then add whatever topping we have in the house: strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, coconut flakes, nuts, chocolate chips.
Before I started eating low carb, I used to sweeten the yogurt with honey or coconut sugar. But these days I prefer using powdered erythritol. Research shows that erythritol cannot be absorbed by our bodies. Therefore, it is a zero carb natural sugar substitute.
One day, I had the idea to flavour my yogurt with matcha powder. And you know what? It is delicious!
How to make matcha frozen yogurt bark:
1.) Line a baking tray with parchment paper.
2.) In a bowl, stir together Greek yogurt, powdered sweetener, matcha powder and vanilla extract.
3.) Spread the mixture onto the parchment paper and add the pistachios.
4.) Freeze until solid, then break into bite-sized or larger pieces and serve.
Store your matcha frozen yogurt bark in the freezer for up to 3 months.
It needs to be eaten straight from the freezer.
Variations for keto yogurt bark
You can use any nuts you have in the house - hazelnuts, almonds, walnut pieces or pecans. I chose the pistachios because I wanted to stick with the green theme.
Berries also work well with matcha yogurt - I have tried this recipe with both blueberries and blackberries.
Instead of powdered erythritol you could also use stevia drops or sugar free syrup.
Before I go, let's have a quick look at matcha.
Health benefits of matcha tea
Matcha is a stone-ground powdered green tea used in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies.
Apart from being high in antioxidants, matcha boosts brain function, promotes heart health and speeds up the metabolism.
Ever since I found out that 1 cup of matcha tea delivers the same amount of antioxidants as 10 cups of regular tea, I've been ordering matcha powder in bulk. Friends, from a certain age onwards we need all the help we can get!
My go-to hot drink is a matcha latte, which I prepare with frothed unsweetened almond milk.
If you like matcha, you'll know that you can use matcha in all kinds of desserts, from matcha cakes to matcha mousse to matcha ice cream. Don't miss this recipe for Matcha Chocolates on my website!
More low carb frozen yogurt and keto ice cream recipes:
- Frozen Blueberry Bites
- Strawberry Cheesecake Sugar Free Popsicles
- Sugar Free Peanut Butter Chocolate Ice Pops
- Sugar Free Low Carb Ice Cream (Keto)
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Keto Matcha Frozen Yogurt Barkfrom Sugar Free Londoner
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- Mix the yogurt, sweetener, matcha powder and vanilla extract until combined.
- Spread the mixture out on baking or parchment paper and add the pistachios. Freeze until firm.
- Break into pieces and enjoy.
This post was first published in May 2016. It was updated with new tips in June 2020.
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