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This salted caramel apple pie frozen yogurt bark is one of the easiest treats you’ll ever make. It’s sweet, refreshing, and has the perfect amount of crunch. If you love all things caramel, apples, and cinnamon, you’ll adore this simple treat!
How many servings does this recipe make?
This recipe makes 1-2 servings, but it is super easy to double or tripe the recipe to feed more people!
What ingredients will I need to make this frozen yogurt bark?
You’ll need just a couple simple ingredients! See below.
- plain or vanilla yogurt (I use dairy free yogurt, see below)
- sweetener of choice or vanilla protein powder (see below)
- cashew butter (or other nut/seed butter, see below)
- pure vanilla extract
What kind of sweetener should I use in this recipe?
You can really use whatever kind of sweetener you prefer in this recipe. You simply mix it with the yogurt to make the yogurt a tad bit sweetener. You can use honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar, monk fruit, or vanilla protein powder! If you’re using a sweetened yogurt, just omit the sweetener.
What kind of protein powder should I use?
I personally recommend Truvani vanilla protein powder. It’s made with only 5 real ingredients and it tastes delicious! It contains no artificial or “natural” flavors whatsoever.
What if I don’t have cashew butter?
If you don’t have cashew butter for the caramel, you can use any other nut or seed butter like almond butter, peanut butter, walnut butter, hazelnut butter, or sunflower seed butter. I personally find cashew butter tastes the most like caramel, but all of the above will work.
Where can I find dairy free yogurt?
You can find dairy free yogurt at most grocery stores! I personally like to use Forager Project unsweetened plain or unsweetened vanilla bean cashew milk yogurt. It’s delicious and made with just a couple simple ingredients.
How do I make this recipe paleo?
If you want to make this recipe paleo, simply use a grain free granola instead of an oat based granola.
How fast does it melt?
The thinner you make the bark, the faster it will melt. Once you remove it from the freezer, you’ll want to let it thaw for several minutes then dig right in!
Looking for more autumn apple recipes?
Try some of these delicious apple inspired recipes!
- Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars
- Single Serve Apple Crisp
- Cinnamon Sugar Apple Cider Donuts
- Apple Pie Overnight Oats
Ready to make this salted caramel apple pie frozen yogurt bark? The full recipe is below!
Salted Caramel Apple Pie Frozen Yogurt Bark
For the Yogurt Bark
- 1 cup unsweetened plain or vanilla yogurt (I use dairy free yogurt)
- 1 scoop vanilla protein powder (or 1-2 tbsp sweetener of choice)
- 1 apple, diced
- handful of granola
For the Salted Caramel Sauce
- 1 tbsp cashew butter (or other nut/seed butter of choice)
- 1 tbsp pure maple syrup or raw honey (or other sweetener of choice)
- pinch of salt
- splash of pure vanilla extract
- splash of water
- Add the yogurt and protein powder/sweetener to a medium sized bowl and mix until smooth (I like to mix in some cinnamon and pure vanilla extract if using plain yogurt). Pour the yogurt onto a tray lined with parchment paper and spread it out. Set aside.
- Next make the salted caramel sauce: add the cashew butter, sweetener, salt, and pure vanilla extract to a small dish and mix until smooth. Mix in just enough water to create a sauce consistency.
- Drizzle half of the salted caramel sauce over the yogurt and swirl it in using a butter knife or toothpick. Top the yogurt generously with diced apples and granola then drizzle with the remaining caramel sauce.
- Place the yogurt bark in the freezer to harden overnight, or for at least 6+ hours. Once frozen, remove the bark from the freezer, break it into pieces, and enjoy! Store leftovers in the freezer.