Banana-Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars

Banana-Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars

Are you looking for a summer treat and a way to get the family involved in the kitchen?  I found it or I should say Christy found it, made it, and brought it to school to see what we thought and I loved this recipe.  So here they are for you to try with the kids.  They will love them!  The recipe is right off the box of Nabisco Honey Grahams.  It’s a healthy substitute for ice cream sandwiches since they are made with yogurt and fresh fruit.  I used tart raspberries and bananas which really needed a sprinkle of sugar or a dab of honey to add some sweetness.  Just to give you a heads up here, the end product is not going to be a nice creamy texture.  It’s fruit and yogurt mixed by hand so it will be  a little icy.  Be sure to let them thaw a good 5 minutes before serving.  Very refreshing!

Yogurt bars

Use your imagination.  Using chocolate grahams with strawberry and banana would be a fabulous combination.  Even better what about some rip Georgia peaches mixed with the creamy  yogurt.  Choose fruits that your family will enjoy and have fun with it.     Enjoy!

Here’s how to arrange the bars in the pan.

Frozen Yogurt Bars in the Pan

Banana-Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars from Nabisco

Yield: 21 servings ( 50 calories each)


  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup of sliced fruit of your choice, strawberries, blueberries, peaches, etc.
  • 10 1/2 Honey Grahams, broken into quarters ( 42 rectangles)
  • 1 cup vanilla nonfat Greek-style yogurt
  • 1 cup thawed frozen reduced-fat whipped topping


  1. Line a 9- inch square pan with foil extending over sides.  Make sure that you press the foil tightly into the sides.  This will ensure that the crackers fit in the pan properly.
  2. Arrange half the graham cracker in 3 rows of 7 pieces each on the bottom of the pan.
  3. Pulse fruit in the blender or use an immersion blender.  The fruit should be chunky.  Taste your fruit if it seems really tart add a little sugar or honey.
  4. Place fruit in a medium bowl with yogurt and whipped topping.
  5. Stir together.
  6. Spread the mixture over the graham crackers.
  7. Top with the remaining graham pieces aligning over graham pieces on bottom layer
  8. Freeze 4 hours.
  9. Using foil handles lift from pan.
  10. Cut between grahams into 21 bars.  I found that I had to let the bars stand for about 10 minutes before I could cut them, but they had frozen overnight.
  11. Let them stand for 5 minutes before serving.
  12. Store leftovers in a ziplock bag in a single layer.


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51 responses to “Banana-Berry Frozen Yogurt Bars

  1. I love your yogurt bars look stunning!!

  2. These yougurt bars are stunning I love them!

  3. i have learned that bananna frozen yougurt bars are very easy to make and dont take that many ingredents to make .

  4. roderick 2nd

    it kind like a ice cream sandwich but with yogurt

  5. jordan 2nd period

    learned to put aliminum foil on the pan so it doesnt stick together

  6. brianna

    I don’t know what a immersion blender is.

  7. dennis mikhov

    ive never used tart rasperries. i might have seen them, but nnever heard of the name tart raspberries.

  8. Taylor

    I learned that you should extend the foil over the pan and press the foil tightly into the sides to make sure the crackers fit correctly.

  9. katie 2nd period

    I learned making frozen yogurt with fruit is a healthier alternative than ice cream

  10. tia 2nd pd.

    you have to let them stand 5 mintues before serving them.

  11. Tori 2nd period

    I learned to add honey or sugar for sweetness.

  12. gwen 2nd

    i didnt know that adding sugar to something takes away some of the tartness

  13. Essence Doebereiner

    Using a littel bit of honey and some sugar can help with sweetness. And Frozen yourgurt made by hand will never be as creamy as ice cream because of of making of the yourgurt. Whcich is what I learned .

  14. Mikayla 4

    you have to let them thaw befor cutting them

  15. Alana 2nd period

    You can add sugar to make tart raspberries sweet.

  16. Skyler Wilson 3rd

    You put real chunky fruit peices instead of just yogurt.

  17. mimi 3rd

    thanks mrs.lupo i would of used some fatty yougurt i found at walmart for sell & not nonfat greek-style vanilla. thaks mrs.lupo!

  18. imani 2nd

    little honey and some sugar will help bring out the sweetness in the fruits

  19. i learned yogurt was a good substitute for ice cream

  20. Cameron 4th period

    I learned that adding honey to the treat would make it sweeter.

  21. i learned its a easy, quick , healthy snack to make!

  22. Janie

    I learned that it is a healthy substitute for ice-cream sandwiches.

  23. Baylee

    I learned that using chocolate grahams with strawberry and banana would be a great combination.

  24. Rachel 4th pd.

    I learned to put aluminum foil on the bottom of the pan so it won’t stick

  25. mikell lands-davis

    i did not know it would be icy

  26. Peter 4th

    store leftovers in ziploc bag

  27. peyton 4th

    must unthaw for 5 minutes before serving

  28. you need to let them cool for 5 minutes.

  29. candace

    pressing the foil into the pan will make sure the crackers will fit

  30. michael 4th period

    i learned a new easy dessert to make

  31. brielle 4th period

    I learned to add honey or sugar for sweetness.

  32. zoey 4th

    you can use honey and sugar to add sweetness

  33. Sara 4th period

    Nabisco Honey Grahams are a healthy subsitute for ice cream sandwiches

  34. monique 4th period

    i learned that you freeze the yogurt and put all leftovers in zip lock

  35. Madison

    I learned that banana-berry frozen yogurt bars are an easy on-bake treat to make.

  36. taylor 4th

    i learned that you can add honey to make something sweeter.

  37. Dejai 4th period

    I didn’t know that you could make frozen yogurt at home and that it would have an icy finish instead of creamy.

  38. Derrell Mims

    i didn’t know u could add sugar to take way from the tartness.

  39. Tyree

    Aluminum foil makes sure it doesn’t stick

  40. Evan 4th

    I learned that by mixing yogurt and whipped topping you can make a nice creamy desert.

  41. sederia 4th

    I learned that you have freeze for 4 hours.

  42. logan

    i never thought that putting banana and strawbery, with chocolate in the middle would be good

  43. Amber

    I learned that if your fruit seems really tart; add a little sugar or honey

  44. emily ♥ 4th

    I didn’t know honey would make stuff sweeter

  45. lilly 4th period

    you have a medium sized bowl of fruit

  46. Bryana 4rd

    Learned that you have to let the bars stand a few mintues before you cut.

  47. Gabi 4th

    i learned that you have to wait 5 mintues before serving them

  48. brielle 4th period

    I learned that you should extend the foil over the pan and press the foil tightly into the sides to make sure the crackers fit correctly

  49. Tabitha 1st period

    its a healthy snack you can make instead of eating a ice cream sandwich

  50. Rhianon 1st

    I learned that frozen yogurt is more icy than ice cream, whereas ice cream is more of a creamy texture. I guess that’s why they call it ice CREAM.

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