Frozen Yogurt

Remember that in my post from last week Receive Him Joyfully I mentioned that I will share a few recipes? Here is the first one: Frozen Yogurt.

Do you and your family like to have an ice cream every now and then, but you don’t have the suitable kitchen appliance to make homemade ice cream?

Don’t worry because you don’t really need one to make this dessert — which is a great alternative to regular ice cream.

The advantage of it is that it has less fat and therefore less calories than most ice creams, but it contains a wealth of healthy fruit. Yes, it does taste delicious! Give it a try.

You will need a food processor with blade or a blender to make this. The ingredients are as follows for 4 servings:

– Frozen fruit/s
– Yogurt
– Flavor/s to taste.

Frozen Fruits

Use whatever kind your family likes. You will need roughly 1 1/2 to 2 cups (300g to 400g) of frozen fruit. Slightly defrost bigger fruits and/or chop them into smaller pieces.

Yogurt

Use your family’s favorite one — natural, Greek Style, low fat or whole fat. You will need about 1/4 to 3/8 cups (80g-120g)

Flavors to Taste

What flavors do you like? Try cinnamon, honey, lemon or lime, mint, vanilla extract, or any other flavor your family likes to taste.

Put all ingredients into the food processor bowl or the blender and mix well for 3-5 minutes to make creamy frozen yogurt. Serve immediately.

You will have to experiment with the ratio a bit to get the perfect mixture that suits you well. Let me suggest also that you make it fresh each time. I have found that the frozen yogurt becomes quite hard and so, coming out of the freezer, it cannot be scooped well. Or, how about putting the frozen yogurt mix in popsicle moulds and freeze them? That works out okay.

Keep your eyes fixed on the LORD Jesus. 

About Mirjam Fels

Born in Germany and called in the US to be a child of God in 1992. I'm now living in the Sunny South East of Ireland where I enjoy being a helper, homemaker, and writer. Some of my hobbies are baking breads and apple crumble cakes, knitting socks, crocheting things for the home, and sewing. I love to write about biblical womanhood, dog training, home education, and writing — all from a Christian perspective.
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