Homemade Blackberry and Honey Frozen Yogurt

 

Oh My Goodness!  That is all I can think to say about how easy and luscious it is to make this recipe.  And you know what?  The best part is NO ICE CREAM MAKER NEEDED.

I know it’s the middle of winter, but I bought the most adorable cups and I wanted to make something fancy to put in them.  I happened to have a bag of frozen blackberries so I figured why not try making frozen yogurt.  You can make this exact recipe substituting your favorite frozen or fresh berries.

Blackberry and Honey Frozen Yogurt Recipe

 

Blackberry and Honey Frozen Yogurt Recipe

 

Blackberry and Honey Frozen Yogurt Recipe

 

Are you drooling yet?

Homemade Blackberry and Honey Frozen Yogurt
 
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Recipe type: Dessert, frozen yogurt
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All you need is a little patience.
Ingredients
  • 12 ounces Chobani Honey Non fat yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste
  • 1 cup frozen black berries, thawed
Directions
  1. Combine yogurt and vanilla bean paste in a medium metallic bowl.
  2. Freeze for 2 hours.
  3. Remove from freezer and let sit 10 minutes.
  4. Transfer frozen yogurt to a food processor and add fruit slices.
  5. Pulse a few times until fruit is broken but still chunky and incorporated with the yogurt mixture.
  6. Transfer back to medium bowl and refreeze for another 1-2 hours depending how hard or soft you want it.
Marlene Says
3 PP per serving (about 6 ounces)

I think a 3 PP frozen treat like this definitely makes enjoying it guilt free such a treat!

All you need is a little patience and you will have your own frozen yogurt.

Thanks for stopping by.

Marlene

 

 

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Comments

Homemade Blackberry and Honey Frozen Yogurt — 9 Comments

    • Kristen You can use regular vanilla extract. Vanilla bean paste is more robust in flavor, but isn’t needed. it’s actually better suited for recipes where you want the vanilla to stand out. Maybe like a vanilla scone or in french toast. But you can get it at amazon.com if you want to give it a try. I love it.

  1. Hi Marlene, It doesn’t matter that the temps are going down to the 20’s. Frozen desserts are perfect with a cup of tea and a good movie. I always make frozen fruit desserts winter or summer.

    Joanne/Winelady Cooks

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