Two Ingredient Strawberry Frozen Yogurt and Toppings

photo of a bowl of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt
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.
photo of a spoonful of Strawberry Frozen Yogurt
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.
photo of bowls filled with different toppings
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

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Servings: 8

This strawberry frozen yogurt is very easy to make. Serve it with your favorite toppings!


  • 1 (32-oz) container strawberry yogurt
  • 1 cup of sugar if you like you frozen yogurt more tart, you can reduce this


  1. 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.
  2. For mix-ins, you can use whatever you feel like. I used mangos, blueberries, m&ms, chocolate crisps, granola.
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4 comments on “Two Ingredient Strawberry Frozen Yogurt and Toppings”

  1. What a great idea! I like the tart flavors at the frozen yogurt shops, so I would use less sugar. The Costco Business Center sells packages of the mini mochi, which I love adding to my fro-yo.

    • Ooh, I did not know Costco business sells the mini mochi. I saw them when I was in the Bay Area but I didnt buy them since I never through to have my own fro-yo party. FH wanted it to be more tart too. Maybe just use half cup sugar?

  2. how long will i have to live without an ice cream maker!?!? this is getting painful! 🙂

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