Featuring honey-sweetened Greek yogurt that’s overloaded with candy corn, Reese’s pieces, chocolate pretzels, and spiders made from Oreos and licorice, this delicious frozen yogurt Halloween bark recipe is an alternative treat to enjoy this spooky season.
Sometimes you need a sorta healthy but scrumptious snack recipe to enjoy during the fall season to compensate for the impending candy overload! Fortunately, this easy Halloween bark made with frozen yogurt ticks all the boxes. Yep, we’re making Halloween yogurt bark instead of Halloween candy bark, which is typically made with either almond bark or melted bittersweet chocolate. This is a Halloween spin on my original frozen yogurt bark recipe that’s so simple, quick, and easy to make.
The frozen yogurt bark is made with a delicious combination of Greek yogurt, vanilla extract, honey (or maple syrup), with a pinch of salt and fresh lemon juice. All you have to do is combine these ingredients, spread the mixture onto a baking sheet, and add the toppings of your choice.
I went a little bit crazy when it came to Halloween candy and added lots of fun things, like candy corn, chocolate-coated pretzels, Oreos, licorice, sprinkles, and Reese’s pieces. You can follow in my footsteps or do whatever cranks your tractor! I’ve even included more options below, like , , and so much more.
Now, back to the frozen yogurt bark! Once you’ve covered it in all the toppings, all you have to do is set it in the freezer for a few hours before digging in. One of the best parts (other than the fact it tastes SO good) is that you can store leftovers in the freezer. Your whole family is guaranteed to love this easy Halloween bark recipe.
If you’re on the hunt for more frozen treats, check out my frozen banana pudding cups, frozen Oreo pie, and frozen chocolate-coated bananas. Alright, I think it’s about time we whip up some frozen yogurt bark for your Halloween party, right?
- Nonfat Greek yogurt
- Honey or maple syrup
- Pure vanilla extract
- Fresh lemon juice
- Halloween sprinkles
- Candy corn
- Chocolate pretzels
- Reese’s Pieces
- Mini Oreos
How to Make Halloween Bark With Yogurt
Prepare a baking sheet and line it with parchment paper. Set it to the side.
In a large bowl, mix together the yogurt, honey or maple syrup, vanilla, lemon juice, and salt until all combined really well.
I typically use a whisk.
This is what it should look like once combined.
Pour the yogurt mixture onto the prepared baking sheet.
Spread it around evenly using a spatula.
Top the yogurt mixture with whatever your heart desires. Whether that’s spiders made with a mini Oreo body and licorice legs…
Candy corn (perhaps the most divisive Halloween candy)…
And/or some Halloween sprinkles to go with our Halloween theme.
Now it’s time to transform it into frozen yogurt bark, so place it in the freezer for 2 to 3 hours or until firm.
Cut pieces to the size that you like and serve.
Store in the freezer if there’s any left.
Store leftovers in a freezer bag in the freezer for up to 3 months (but we all know they won’t last that long). I leave mine on the kitchen bench for about 5 minutes before eating.
What other toppings can I add to my Halloween bark?
Okay, there are so many fun toppings to add to your Halloween yogurt bark, so here are some suggestions:
- Melted chocolate drizzle
- Peanut butter chips or chocolate chips.
- Chopped nuts, like almonds or shelled pistachios.
- Salty potato chips instead of pretzels for that salty touch and added crunch.
- M&Ms instead of Reese’s pieces.
- Chopped Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups instead of Reese’s Pieces.
- Leftover Halloween candy bars that are all chopped up.
- Spooktacular candy eyeballs (you can find candy eyes this time of year in most grocery stores).
- Mini marshmallows
- Gummy worms
- Graham crackers
- Dried or fresh fruit and berries like my original frozen yogurt bark.
Can I make vegan Halloween bark?
Yes, you can! To make this yogurt bark vegan, you’ll need to use dairy-free yogurt and maple syrup rather than honey. Then top it with your favorite vegan-friendly Halloween treats from the long list above. Enjoy!
Can I make this yogurt bark for other holidays?
Absolutely! For Christmas, think red and green M&Ms or crushed candy canes. For the 4th of July, opt for red and blue M&Ms and lots of red and blue sprinkles.
Here are more of my favorite snacks:
- 2 cups nonfat Greek yogurt
- 1/4 cup honey or maple syrup
- 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 1/4 tsp fresh lemon juice
- 1 pinch salt
- candy corn
- chocolate pretzels
- Reese's Pieces
- mini Oreos
- Prepare a baking sheet and line it with parchment paper. Set it to the side.
- In a large bowl, mix the yogurt, honey or maple syrup, vanilla, lemon juice, and salt until all combined really well. I typically use a whisk.2 cups nonfat Greek yogurt, 1/4 cup honey or maple syrup, 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract, 1/4 tsp fresh lemon juice, 1 pinch salt
- Pour the yogurt mixture onto the prepared baking sheet and spread it around evenly with a spatula.
- Top with Halloween candy and treats of your choice. In this instance, I'm using sprinkles, candy corn, chocolate pretzels, Reese's pieces, and spiders made from Oreos and licorice.sprinkles, candy corn, licorice, chocolate pretzels, Reese's Pieces, mini Oreos
- Put the yogurt bark into the freezer for 2 to 3 hours or until firm. Cut pieces to the size that you like and serve.
- Keep in the freezer if there’s any left.