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Summer Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars

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These easy Summer Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars are made with only 5 ingredients, are light in calories, and will satisfy any sweet craving!

Summer Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars

Summer Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars

One of the many things I love about summer is the abundance of in-season, inexpensive fruits and berries. 

The kids and I eat a ton of fruit, especially at snack time.  I do buy convenience snacks like granola bars and crackers, but I don’t really want the kids eating them every day.  I like to keep the convenience stuff on hand for grab and go or when we are out of everything else type situations.

I noticed this fabulous-looking recipe for fruit and yogurt bars on the back of our box of graham crackers.  I had practically all the ingredients, so I decided to whip up a batch for the kiddos.

I just can’t describe how yummy these are!  The combination of the fruit, vanilla yogurt, cool whip, and graham crackers is just so good.  The kids loved these (and I did too!)

Summer Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars


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Summer Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars

Summer Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars

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These easy Summer Berry Frozen Yogurt bars are light in calories, but will satisfy any sweet craving!


  • 10 1/2 graham crackers, broken into 42 rectangles (or as many that will fit in your dish)
  • 1 cup sliced fresh strawberries
  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1 cup of vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 1 cup of thawed whipped topping


  1. Line a 9 inch square pan with foil, extending the foil over the sides of the pan.  Arrange half the graham crackers on the bottom of the pan.
  2. Pulse fruits in blender just until blended, some chunks should remain.
  3. Mix together fruit, yogurt and whipped topping.
  4. Spread over graham crackers in pan and top with remaining graham crackers, aligning top graham crackers with crackers on bottom.
  5. Freeze for about four hours or until firm.
  6. Lift dessert from pan using foil and cut into bars.

Serve and enjoy!


If you use the light cool whip and yogurt these are around 50 calories each or 2 Weight Watchers Freestyle points.


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  1. Can this be made with real whipped cream?

  2. These were delish, thanks!

    1. It depends on how big you cut your bars. I cut mine the size of a small graham cracker so I got 20 to 21 small bars

  3. Heidi @ Happiness is Homemade says:

    These look so good! My boys would love this!

  4. Lindsay Conchar says:

    These sound awesome! I love how guilt-free they are too! Beautiful pictures as well! Pinned!

  5. Rebecca @ My Girlish Whims says:

    Thanks so much for linking up to Your Whims Wednesday, I featured this on my blog tonight! Come stop by and grab a featured button!

  6. Catherine Fuller says:

    My daughter was just looking for a recipe like this, she is really into yogurt right now. We will probably give it a try tomorrow!

  7. Nicole @WonkyW says:

    Love This! Pinning 🙂

  8. Badgertails says:

    Wow. Just, WOW!!!! X

  9. Marlee Pimlott says:

    Oh. my. goodness! These look absolutely delicious! This has officially been pinned 🙂

  10. I've bookmarked these to try soon. As a lifetime Weight Watchers member, I love that they are made with Greek yogurt and fresh fruit with no added sugar. I'm off to determine the pointsplus value, which I think will be favorable. I can't wait to make and share! Thanks!

    1. They are definitely not bad, only around 50 calories per bar and that is without using sugar free versions of the cool whip or yogurt. Come back and let me know the points after you calculate them!

  11. Making these tomorrow!!!!!!!!!! Thanks. My kids are excited!!

  12. These are just great for our hot summer !

  13. Sarah Souza says:

    These look delicious! Thanks for sharing!