Source: Eating Well
Honeybees provide delicious honey we use to sweeten recipes like this yogurt bark, but they are also important for pollinating plants. Even in self-pollinating crops like soybeans, honeybees can help to boost yields by moving pollen around while harvesting nectar from the plants’ flowers. Fortunately, there are more than 3,400 beekeepers in Ohio to care for these helpful insects. Ohio soybean farmers also follow best management practices to protect honeybees and other pollinators in and around their fields.
Prep Time: 10 mins
Freeze Time: 3 hours
Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper.
Stir yogurt, maple syrup or honey and vanilla in a medium bowl. Spread on the prepared baking sheet into a 10-by-15-inch rectangle. Scatter the strawberries on top and sprinkle with chocolate chips.
Freeze until very firm, at least 3 hours. To serve, cut or break into 32 pieces.
To store: Freeze airtight between sheets of parchment for up to 1 month. Let stand at room temperature for 15 minutes before serving.
Passionate about food? (Come on, who isn’t?) Got a recipe to share or a farmer story to tell? Send us a written piece or a cool photo you’d like to share at firstname.lastname@example.org for the chance to get published on FutureEats.com!