We Can’t Get Enough of This Blueberry Bark Treat!

We're so excited to be an official Blueberry Council partner!! Blueberries are one of our fave ingredients to add to smoothies, pancakes, waffles, muffins, or just to eat by the handful. They're the perfect sweet pop of flavor and totally Tone It Up Nutrition Plan approved, of course! ;) We got creative in the HQ test kitchen finding fun new ways to incorporate one of our favorite fruits into even more delish recipes. Keep your eyes peeled for the new treats coming your way!! Today we're sharing a delicious blueberry bark. This recipe only has 4 ingredients and zero added sugar, and will majorly satisfy your sweet tooth. Enjoy!!



8 servings


  • 1 1/2

    cups unsweetened coconut flakes

  • 1

    Tbsp. coconut oil

  • 1/4

    cup fresh blueberries

  • 3

    Tbsp. chopped pistachios


STEP 1: Blend the coconut flakes and coconut oil in a food processor until smooth. This could take 3-7 minutes.
STEP 2: Spread the coconut mixture into a thin circular layer on a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper or tin foil. It should take up about half of the cookie sheet. Gently press blueberries and pistachios into the coconut mixture.
STEP 3: Freeze for 3-4 hours.
STEP 4: Break into 8 pieces before serving!


It has ZERO added sugar!

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  1. Looks great but I can’t have coconut. Any suggestions for a sub for the coconut flakes? Thanks!

    1. Maybe you could substitute thinly shaved almonds — the kind you see for salad toppings. Hope that helps! I may try that myself, as I’m not a huge coconut fan, but am trying to be since so many TIU recipes call for coconut in some manner.

    2. Riced cauliflower should have the same consistency maybe blend with some almond milk for sweeter flavor and cacao or mashed bananas would probably work too!

  2. This sounds AMAZING! got to make it this weekend! These are for M2 /M4?

  3. K&K, what do you think of the new reports that coconut oil is unhealthy because it increases LDL cholesterol?

  4. Thanks for sharing a low-glycemic treat! I love filling my snacks with satiating fat so coconut is perfect as a base! Definitely trying this out!

  5. Woohoo! Yummy thank you for all the dessert ideas. It’s awesome to know I’m eating healthy sweet stuff. :)

  6. I actually have everything on hand too that’s so rare and awesome! I ❤️ coconut so that’s probably why lol😊. Try this trick next time you freeze banana slices…coat the area of the parchment paper you’ll be using for the bananas with a thin layer of unrefined coconut oil (1-2 T) then lay your slices in the oil. Freeze. The bananas come off so easy and the taste is amazing!!!

    1. Thank you for this banana freezing tip! I have only been placing them directly on a cookie sheet, and this will be much better.

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