I know, I know! I probably should be sharing a pumpkin latte recipe this time of the year, but we are huge fans of anything cold around here even in the fall and winter season. Besides… I’m a little burnt out on pumpkin anything! Are you with me!?
So today I am sharing my yummy mixed berry frozen yogurt recipe.
We have a family business…
…we distribute ice cream in the local area so we pretty much can eat as much ice cream as we want. Sometimes it just feels great to get away from the real ice cream and try other cold desserts. We found an amazing gelato place in town and when we crave something other than our standard ol’ ice cream bars we hit the town and treat ourselves with delicious gelato. Frozen yogurt reminds me a lot of gelato. Don’t get me wrong, it is not the same, but the consistency and all the fun fruit flavors are both so similarly satisfying.
I don’t know about you but I had never made frozen yogurt before, and I was shocked as how EASY it is to make frozen yogurt! I hope you will be pleasantly surprised too!
This time I used a bunch of mixed berries that I had at home. I always have fruits ( seasonal fruits) in my fridge as my boys eat fruit over veggies.:-) But hey, fruit is good for ya, right?
When I tell you that this amazing cold dessert can be done in like five minutes, I am not exaggerating! The process took me maybe ten more minutes because I LOVE playing with food and I enjoy food photography ( IF YOU WOULD LOVE TO LEARN MORE ON PHOTOGRAPHY, CHECK OUT MY EBOOK HERE).
- 1 cup strawberries
- 1 cup blackberries
- 1 cup raspberries
- 2 cups Greek yogurt
- honey to sweeten (optional)
- Place fruit and Greek yogurt into the processor and mix it until the yogurt and fruit are well incorporated.
- Pour the mixed yogurt into a bowl or pan and place it into the freezer for a few hours.
- Take the frozen yogurt out 10 minutes before serving, so it's easier to scoop.
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You can make frozen yogurt with any other seasonal fruits. I may try peach next! What do you think would be good?
My kiddos loved it so much that I think this will be their new, healthy dessert choice!
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