Homemade Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

 

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Place all the ingredients in a food processor or blender, and mix until smooth. If you want the frozen yogurt to taste more like sorbet, add a tiny bit more lemon juice. Serve immediately, with your favorite toppings. This recipe is a revamped version of the four-ingredient blueberry frozen yogurt I shared about two years ago. Quite honestly, I thought that the photos I shot were awful, so I decided to reshoot them and took this opportunity to make a video for it, too.

Mix together your chilled blueberry mixture and chilled yogurt, then freeze the mixture in your ice cream maker according to your manufacturer’s instructions. Serve immediately for a soft serve texture, or transfer the frozen yogurt to a freezer-safe container and freeze for several hours for a scoopable consistency. And then I was given a copy of “ Eat Right for Your Sight ” by Jennifer Trainer Thompson and Johanna M. Seddon – with no obligation to do a review – and decided to try their recipe for Blueberry Frozen Yogurt. The weather here in NYC has jumped from Alaska winter to Rio de Janeiro summer in less than 2 months, so I’m officially declaring ice cream and frozen yogurt.

In a medium bowl, mix the yogurt with the zest. Stir in the lemon juice mixture, then whisk in the cream. Set the yogurt base in the ice water bath and. To make these frozen yogurt covered blueberry flavor bombs, you’ll just dip each berry in your yogurt of choice, using a toothpick to dip the berries in without a mess. Transfer the dipped berry to a parchment-lined baking sheet or plate, then pop them in the freezer!

These don’t take long to freeze, just an hour or so. Hi Bold Bakers! Yes, you can make Homemade Frozen Yogurt with just a few good ingredients and no ice cream machine! Since I began making my 2 Ingredient No Machine Ice Cream recipes, I have received tons of requests for a frozen yogurt recipe and at long last it’s here! My froyo recipes have just 4 or 5 simple ingredients and they only contain natural sugars derived.

In a microwave safe bowl combine frozen blueberries and maple syrup, microwave on high for one minute until the berries have thawed and spilled out some of their juices. Do not drain, leave the juice in the bowl. 2. Add the yogurt to the bowl, mix together with the blueberries. Place yogurt, fruit, milk, a handful of ice and honey to taste all into a blender. How to make 3 Ingredient Frozen Greek Yogurt Blueberry Pops Place your food ingredients into a blender,food processor or Vitamix (what I use) Blend until desired consistency is reached.

Fill each cup halfway with your blend.

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This recipe was developed using fresh blueberries, but unthawed frozen blueberries will work as well.

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from Cook’s Illustrated Baking Book: Baking Demystified with 450 Foolproof Recipes from America’s Most Trusted Food Magazine
by Cook’s Illustrated
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Add 1½ cups fresh blueberries to flour mixture and gently toss before combining with yogurt mixture.

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from The New Family Cookbook: All-New Edition of the Best-Selling Classic with 1,100 New Recipes
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You can freeze the yogurt for a “frozen yogurt” treat.

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Frozen and freeze,dried blueberries lose several flavor compounds, including the typical blueberry aroma (1.8,cineole) (25).

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Blueberry: Blend 1 cup skim or unsweetened soy milk (83), 6 oz Stonyfield Farm Fat-Free French Vanilla Yogurt (130), and 1 cup fresh blueberries (84) plus a handful of ice OR 1 cup frozen blueberries for 1 minute.

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Put about one third of the berries, including any that are less than perfect (damaged, wilted, or soft) in a food processor, add the yogurt and sugar, and process until very smooth.

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If you cannot find frozen wild blueberries, you can always purchase fresh wild blueberries and freeze them for the purpose of this recipe.

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We simply combined frozen strawberries with a banana, a little sugar, and plain yogurt in the blender until smooth.

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Feel free to alter this recipe by substituting another type of frozen berry for the blueberries.

“The Absolute Best Dump Cake Cookbook: More Than 60 Tasty Dump Cakes” by Rockridge Press
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You can have fun with this recipe by using blueberry or other flavors of nonfat yogurt, trying other extracts, and changing the flavor of the protein powder.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Kefir is NOT VEGAN.  I enjoy a few Non-vegan products such as Ghee. Honey, and Kefir, for their health Benefits.  Kefir is in a Non-dairy state, for those who have a hard time digesting milk products, kefir has equal amounts of lactase to lactose, so the enzymatic activity is health and strong.  Try it, if it doesn’t feel gooddon’t drink it.

  • I just came across your channel and all I can say is WOW. You’re so creative and I love your recipes from all your videos!! I can’t wait to see what else you come up with for us!! Keep it up girly��

  • Don’t cover the berries in the microwave. Make sure it’s vented. Otherwise it explodes everywhere and creates a ridiculous friggin mess.

  • Nothing beats the taste of homemade ice cream.��> share4.photo/nIceCream?Bツ And this ice cream maker does the trick. I felt like a kid again, adding the rock salt and waiting for the first taste. The machine churned out three batches of ice cream in under an hour, each batch silky smooth and ready for our add-ins. Much easier than the old crank style, but just as much fun. So far the plastic has held up well…though we’ve only used it a few times in the past month. And I LOVE the color!!

  • Okay… I tried this recipe step by step. #1 fail was the clear wrap used to cover when microwaving… it melts people! And a purple explosion was soon to follow. And once the recipe was completed, it tastes like the condensed milk.

  • This blueberry icecream looks amazing. I wish i could try it. Thanks for sharing this recipe with all of us. Also sharing here a blueberry coconut icecream recipe. Check it out here:
    https://www.fitnessattention.com/blueberry-coconut-ice-cream-super-healthy-kids/

  • Amazing! I was looking for a recipe with yogurt yesterday, so I’ve did your super moist lemon yogurt bundt cake! Soo good!! And now this! Wow! I’m soo happy, surely I’ll try it next days!
    You are soo good! Love your recipe, style, music, editing, literally EVERYTHING! Thank you <3

  • Wow! Did you guys get through?
    I absolutely wanted to eat blueberry ice yesterday
    I ate coconut yoghurt with blueberries on top of it and ate it!
    This method is glad!
    Thank you!

  • Yummylicious �� �� thank u 4 cracking the chocolate for me. My first bite wuz delicious. I didn’t even hav to work 4 it. I Kno there wuz more blueberry yogurt n that bag. U tried to hide it from me. �� I won’t complain this time. Tfs sis �� it wuz deeeeeeelicious ��

  • It looks very good. I have trouble with most dairy products. I use 1 frozen banana, 1 cup frozen strawberries, 1 cup frozen blueberries, 2 tbs of powdered slippery elm bark, 1&1/2 cup of almond milk & 1 tbs of agave nectar or raw honey. Blend it all up, it’s very anti-oxidant & it’s Mmmm; Mmmm good. {Freeze organic fruit over night.}

  • My next recipe to try out this weekend, looks lucious! Are you using a 32 oz, 40 oz or 64 oz Vitamix container? I have a 64 oz but have always thought about getting a smaller one too. Thanks!

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  • No, it’s not. I just ordered 5 liters, thinking it was the water kefir I’d be getting and got this thick milk product instead. And I don’t think it’s a stupid question, it’s not like we were born drinking kefir!

  • I cant find a single review of someone trying this so idk if I wanna make it or not… if I make it I’ll see if I can find this comment to edit

  • Cookies!!!! Cookies!!!
    Love your videos! Great idea of making pops with the “rest” of ice cream that is not immediatly eaten. Danke und Tschüß!