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This Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark is a colorful, magical and absolutely delicious snack.

I love anything unicorn, even in unicorn popsicle form! In fact, our entire house does.

Maybe it’s the magical aspect of them or maybe it’s the fact that they’re so bright and colorful…but whatever the reason, we love anything and everything unicorn.

This includes clothing, games, and most importantly, unicorn-related food. Who knew that there were so many foods out there with ties to unicorns? Luckily for us, we’re willing and wanting to try every single one.

This is why we created our own delicious recipe, Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark. What I can promise you is that it’s a super simple snack that really doesn’t disappoint.

It’s a refreshing and easy kid snack to have waiting when they get home from school or as a wonderful weekend treat. No matter when you decide to try and make it, just do so as soon as possible. Every single bite is 100% worth it.

Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark

Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark

Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark

What type of yogurt works best in this Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark?

Technically, you can use any type of yogurt that you want, but in our house, we’re a fan of using Greek yogurt. Not only do I feel that the creamy texture enhances the bark, but I love all the extra nutrients that the kids receive as well.

Note you will get some ice crystals after freezing which is normal, but that isn’t anything that severely impacts the taste.

Greek yogurt is great to add into this recipe, and we make certain that we always buy the vanilla kind so there is a bit of sweetness in this healthy snack.

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How do I store the leftover Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark?

If you happen to have any left over, you’ll want to store it in an airtight container and place it in the freezer. Before eating, you want to take it out 5-10 minutes before so it’s not super rock hard.

With it having the yogurt in it, you’re not going to want to leave it just sitting out on your counter.

Note this is the kind of treat you want to eat right away because once it starts melting it won’t stop! My kids have never had any issues finishing their yogurt bark before it completely melts however, and I’m sure yours won’t too.

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How do you get those magical swirls of pinks and purples on this unicorn bark treat?

What makes this yogurt treat extra special is that we used natural Pink Pitaya and Blue Spirulina to make the galaxy colors on this magical unicorn bark.

So you have some added nutrients from these naturally derived plant powders.

Scroll down below to see how we made this Unicorn Chips Frozen Yogurt Bark!

Unicorn Chips Frozen Yogurt Bark


Unicorn Chips Frozen Yogurt Bark

Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark – Ingredients

    • Vanilla Greek Yogurt
    • Natural Pitaya
    • Blue Spirulina
    • Unicorn Chips

Unicorn platter from Timber Child. 

Unicorn Chips Frozen Yogurt Bark


Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark

Agnes Hsu
This Unicorn Frozen Yogurt Bark is a colorful, magical and absolutely delicious snack.
Prep Time 10 mins
Course Snack
Cuisine American


  • Greek Yogurt May use vanilla flavored
  • Pink Pitaya Powder
  • Blue Spirualina
  • Unicorn Chips


  • Add parchment paper on top of your freezer safe pan. We used an 8" glass pan. Add your yogurt in an even layer, at least 1 inch thick. Too thin and it will break too easily when you break into bark pieces.
  • Add some pitaya and blue spirualina powder on top and use a toothpick to swirl. You can add according to how deep you want your colors. Note the more you add, the more the yogurt will absorb the powder's natural flavors.
  • Sprinkle unicorn chips on top.
  • Freeze for at least 4 hours or until the bark is frozen. Take it out to defrost for 10-15 minutes before breaking it into bark pieces. Eat immediately.
Keyword unicorn dessert, unicorn food, unicorn frozen yogurt bark, unicorn snack, unicorn treat
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