Tangy and tart but always delicious Raspberry Frozen Yogurt. Made with fresh raspberries and creamy Greek yogurt blended together to create the best batch of frozen yogurt you have ever had. This is recipe is not only easy it only takes 4 ingredients to make.
Been having some serious ice cream cravings over here but we are also trying to cut out our sugars just a little bit. Don’t worry we are still going to keep our dessert recipes coming but it is always nice to add in a few healthy recipes now and then.
Which brings us to this Rasberry Frozen Yogurt. Not only does it satisfy our ice cream craving it doesn’t have any refined sugar.
Craving a bowl, yet? Then let’s get blending.
- Fresh or frozen raspberries
- Vanilla extract
- Full-fat Greek yogurt
- Food Processor
- Freezer-safe container
If you have not made frozen yogurt before no worries it only takes five steps to make. Just freeze the raspberries if you are using fresh ones.
Stir together the yogurt, vanilla extract, and honey. Then puree the raspberries and mix them into the yogurt mixture.
Scoop into a freezer-safe container and allow it to freeze for four hours or overnight.
And that is it you now have some homemade frozen yogurt.
Raspberry Frozen Yogurt
- 1½ cup Raspberries Fresh or frozen
- 1½ tbsp Honey
- 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
- 2 cups Full-Fat Plain Greek Yogurt
- If using fresh raspberries wash them and pat them dry. Place them in a freezer-safe container. Allow them to freeze for 3-4 hours.
- Stir together the Greek yogurt, vanilla extract, and honey until everything is well combined.
- Pour the mixture into a freezer-safe container and allow it to freeze for one hour.
- Take out the frozen raspberries and pour them into a food processor or blender and blend until it is slightly chunky. Add to the yogurt mixture and blend everything together until fully incorporated.
- Pour into a freezer-safe container and freeze for 3-4 hours or overnight.
Don’t have any raspberries no problem check out our Honey Frozen Yogurt with Roasted Strawberries.
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