Saturday, April 10, 2010

The best frozen yogurt, EVER…

The girls have been on Spring Break for the past week and then some. I can honestly say that I have had the best time with them and am looking forward to a whole summer with them and it can’t come soon enough. We’ve been to the beach, the pool, the park and Busch Gardens and with still plenty of down time for us to just relax.

On one of those relaxing days I decided that I would make some ice cream but after going through the fridge I realized that I had no cream to make it with, but I did find a container of plain yogurt and some beautiful, ripe strawberries…


Frozen Strawberry Yogurt


2 1/2 cups of whole fat plain yogurt
1 cup of pureed strawberries (cut up and pureed in your blender or food processor)
1/3 cup of local honey


  • Mix all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Pour into ice cream maker and churn according to manufacturers directions until frozen. (Mine took about 20 minutes)
  • Scrape into a sealable container and freeze for about 2 hrs or until firm enough to scoop.
  • Serve with berries, granola or even chocolate syrup or chips!
***This could easily be adapted to any fruit you have and can make into a puree...think raspberry, blackberry, cherry or even banana!!!



Inspired by eRecipeCards said...

wow... honey

I need to consider what i can do with this terrific idea

Mr. Pineapple Man said...

im gonna go out and buy an ice cream maker!

Regina Theresa said...

Fro-yo's are very popular here in Manila,too!

Amanda said...

How easy is that?? Sounds awesome!

Blasé said...

Talk is cheap. I may just have to test your opinion.

Valerie Harrison (bellini) said...

This is the perfect solution for those "beyond their prime" strawberries in my fridge.

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Susan @ SGCC said...

This is one of my favorite treats ever! I love fro yo made like this. If you haven't already, try it with Greek yogurt. Amazing!

Judy@nofearentertaining said...

Whata great idea Susan!!! Would love it with Greek Yogurt!

And Val that is how this idea was born!

Jacqueline Meldrum said...

Mmmmmm, lovely Judy! I just can't wait for strawberry season.