Get ready to cool down with these frozen yogurt recipes. These 13 recipes cater to every taste, from sweet to fruity to tangy.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a chocoholic, a coffee addict, or bananas for berries. This list has you covered.
Before we get to the recipes, though, let’s talk about frozen yogurt.
Specifically, what makes it so good?
It’s thick, creamy, and tastes fantastic. Basically, it’s like ice cream, and who doesn’t love ice cream?
However, it has fewer calories and less fat than ice cream.
And that’s why you need these frozen yogurt recipes in your life.
How to Make Frozen Yogurt (Easy Recipe & Tips)
This sweet, delectable treat combines two of my favorite things, peanut butter, and chocolate.
There are even some frozen bananas in the mix, too.
This cool, creamy dessert is so sweet that you’ll swear it’s ice cream. However, you won’t need an ice cream maker to whip it up.
It uses just five ingredients, a blender, and a freezer. You can have it ready for the freezer in 5 minutes and enjoy it in less than an hour.
If bananas aren’t really your cup of tea, leave them out! This peanut butter frozen yogurt is almost the same as the recipe above.
However, you won’t use frozen bananas. You’ll also leave out the milk and add sugar and vanilla extract.
Because there are no bananas, there isn’t much to take away from the peanut butter flavor.
Therefore, if it’s all about the nuttiness for you, this might be the better option.
You don’t even have to add the chocolate chips if you don’t want them.
But come on! Who doesn’t love peanut butter and chocolate?
Have some extra apricots sitting around and need to use them up? This recipe is perfect for that.
This five-ingredient frozen yogurt has a fruity, vibrant flavor. It’s slightly sweet, somewhat citrusy, and 100% delicious.
You can serve it right after making it. However, I think it tastes best when frozen overnight.
And don’t worry about the vodka. It won’t make the yogurt boozy. It’s only there to soften the texture.
If the thought of it bothers you, though, feel free to leave it out.
Need a frozen yogurt treat that doesn’t take two hands to eat? Make these gorgeous popsicles instead.
You need nothing more than blueberries, yogurt, and honey to make them.
They’re thick and creamy, and you’ll love their lovely tie-dyed appearance.
You’ll appreciate their bright and tangy taste even more.
Here’s another straightforward, three-ingredient recipe. It combines mangoes, honey, and yogurt. Its taste, though, is pure mango goodness.
It’s an icy, tropical treat that’ll help you beat the heat. What more could you ask for?
This coffee-heavy yogurt uses more ingredients than most recipes on this list. It’s sweeter, richer, and more caffeinated, too.
It’s so thick and creamy and tastes like pure Heaven on your tongue. If you’re a Starbucks addict, you’ll go nuts for this mocha masterpiece.
Give it a try the next time you need a coffee fix.
I adore this recipe, and not just because the yogurt tastes phenomenal. I love it because you can easily adjust it to use any fruit you like best.
Prefer strawberries or plums to peaches? That’s fine.
Keep everything else in the recipe the same, and use four cups of your chosen frozen fruit. It really is that simple.
Don’t be afraid to experiment, either. I’ve never had grapefruit frozen yogurt before, but who knows?! It might be awesome.
The first thing you notice about this yogurt is the texture.
Most frozen yogurt is creamy and soft, but this one takes it to another level. It’s almost silky smooth, buttery soft.
The taste is excellent, too, especially if you don’t want something overly sweet.
Instead, it’s slightly tangy and light, with just a hint of sweetness from the honey. The taste isn’t quite floral, but it’s delicate.
I promise, just give it a try, and you’ll come back for seconds.
If you want something a bit simpler, try plain vanilla frozen yogurt.
It has that wonderful mixture of sweetness and tanginess and isn’t overpowering.
It’s a great option if you want a mild yogurt to load down with toppings. I enjoy some decadence with chocolate and caramel sauces and nuts.
However, you could just as easily brighten the flavor with berries and fruit.
Do you like to eat raw cookie dough straight from the tub? Is chocolate chip cookie dough your favorite ice cream?
If so, you’ll love this simple, five-ingredient recipe.
It’s soft and studded with chewier chunks of cookie dough.
*Note: You can leave the vodka out if you prefer. It isn’t enough to make the dessert boozy. As I mentioned earlier, it just softens the consistency.
These popsicles might be the easiest recipe on the entire list. You need popsicle molds, a freezer, and just two ingredients.
You’re all set as long as you have strawberry jam and Greek yogurt. That’s all it takes to make these spectacular strawberry treats.
They’re cold, creamy, and perfect for cooling down on a hot summer day.
The stunning color of raspberry frozen yogurt is undoubtedly enough to turn heads. Plus, it’s so simple to make.
You need an ice cream maker for this one. Luckily, though, it does all the work for you.
And if you think the reddish-pink color is bright, wait until you taste it.
It mixes berries and citrus in an unforgettable combination. And it has the most unique, robust flavor.
It’s more tart than sweet, but give this one a try if that’s your thing.
Have you ever tried green tea ice cream? This recipe is the healthier, lower-calorie version of that.
It takes 10 minutes and just four ingredients to make.
It’s gluten-free and has a fresh, slightly sweet taste that’s hard not to love. Plus, if you’re anything like me, you’ll enjoy its interesting green color.
It’s perfect if you want something refreshing that won’t leave you feeling too heavy. It’ll give you a nice little caffeine boost, as well.
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