I love frozen yogurt, especially getting it at Frozen Yogurt Shops with all the different toppings.
A few weeks ago, I was gifted with a large tub of strawberry yogurt. I got the idea to make frozen yogurt with it. I’ve seen frozen yogurt recipes using greek yogurt and strawberry puree, but I decided to make this one with just the regular strawberry yogurt and some sugar. I added the sugar because I’m not really a fan of the more tart frozen yogurt flavors.
I put it into my ice cream maker and hoped for the best. And was really pleased with the result. Since I suddenly had so much frozen yogurt, I decided to have a little frozen yogurt party. I realized I actually had a lot of my favorite mix-ins at home: fresh fruit, m&ms, chocolate crisps, mini pb cups, gummy bears, granola, etc.
So after dinner, I invited a few people over, set up a frozen yogurt toppings station and everyone enjoyed some frozen yogurt. It was a great success and I got rid of a whole tub of yogurt! With summer fast approaching I think this is a great party idea, for adults or for kids.
I’ll definitely be doing this again when it starts getting warm again.
Strawberry frozen yogurt
- 1 (32-oz) container strawberry yogurt
- 1 cup of sugar if you like you frozen yogurt more tart, you can reduce this
- Add yogurt and sugar into ice cream maker and follow instructions on ice cream maker. Once yogurt is ready, place in freezer to harden further until ready to eat.
- For mix-ins, you can use whatever you feel like. I used mangos, blueberries, m&ms, chocolate crisps, granola.
The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.