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Strawberry & Chocolate Yogurt Bark

This yogurt bark concept came about for Galentine's Day (because it's adorable!) but it's also great for the ovulatory phase year-round. I can't totally decide if this should be a dessert, snack, or breakfast - so I will categorize it as all of the above because that's how I treat it.

But also, since this was made for Galentine's Day, I wanted to take a second to talk about the importance of friendship on both hormone and mental health! The negative health impact of loneliness is on par with obesity, lack of physical activity, and even smoking up to 15 cigarettes a day. On the flip side, being surrounded by people you love triggers the release of oxytocin, a happy hormone that reduces stress levels and contributes to overall well-being. So go shower your friends with love —it's not just heartwarming, it’s life-saving!

Ingredients for your ovulatory phase: strawberries, coconut. During the ovulatory phase, estrogen and testosterone surge, so you want to eat foods that help your body balance out the spike in estrogen and support the heart.

Coconut is great for ovulation because it contains essential nutrients such as B vitamins, zinc, and phosphorus which are vital nutrients for healthy ovulation.

Strawberries are high in fiber, and are anti-inflammatory which are two important things to incorporate into the ovulatory phase. Help your body flush out excess estrogen by reducing inflammation, allowing your organs to work effectively, and feeding your gut microbiome so that it can efficiently eliminate waste!


Strawberries & Chocolate Yogurt Bark

Serves: 4 Active Time: 5 minutes Total Time: 2 hours



  • 2 cups nonfat Greek yogurt

  • 2 tbsp honey

  • 4 strawberries

  • 1.5 oz dark chocolate

  • 2 tbsp coconut flakes, unsweetened


1. Mix yogurt and honey in a bowl, then pour it onto a tray lined with parchment paper, and spread evenly across the tray (around 1/4th inch high).

2. Melt dark chocolate in the microwave by heating it for 20 seconds at a time, stirring between cycles. Drizzle the chocolate on top of the yogurt, using a knife or chopstick to swirl the chocolate into the yogurt, creating a marble effect.

3. Thinly slice the strawberries (if you're up for it, slice them like little hearts) and add them to the yogurt.

4. Put it in the freezer and let it cool for at least 2 hours. Break into smaller pieces and enjoy!


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