You scream, I scream, we all scream for… froyo! I whipped up this Raspberry Strawberry Frozen Yogurt as my farewell to Summer 2015. Let me tell you, you need this for those hot summer nights. It took about 5 minutes to make, and I even had my picky mama taste it (no lie- she absolutely loved it!) For this recipe, you can buy frozen fruit, or you can freeze fresh fruit overnight- whatever works for you.
I know we all want to run to the store and buy that pint of B&J, but why not make our own?! The Greek yogurt offers a high protein option with healthy probiotics that will promote gut health. Isn’t that reason alone to opt for homemade frozen yogurt? This recipe is also fantastic for all of you with that sweet tooth. The best part about it is that it is all naturally sweetened from the fruit, yogurt, and honey/agave. Save yourself some added sugars and opt for this delicious treat!
All you need is some frozen strawberries, frozen raspberries, plain Greek yogurt, and honey or agave if you wish. Take all the ingredients and blend in a food processor, processing until smooth. You can serve it immediately or store it in the freezer for up to a month!
This recipe is super delicious and an excellent option for that sweet craving. It also goes great when you’re trying to cool off on those hot nights. Savor the summer and make this Rasp-Strawberry Frozen Yogurt!
- 2 cups of frozen strawberries
- 2 cups of frozen raspberries
- 1/2 cup of plain Greek yogurt
- Optional: 1 tablespoon of agave or honey
Add all ingredients to a food processor or blender, and and process until smooth (it may take stirring a few times and re-blending to get a creamy consistency).
Serve immediately or store it in the freezer for up to 1 month. Enjoy!
If going with the latter, make sure you leave it out for about 30-45 minutes so it can soften up, and then serve.
For this recipe, you can buy frozen fruit, or you can freeze fresh fruit overnight- whatever works for you. The first pic is the yogurt after frozen overnight, and the second pic is the froyo fresh out the blender. xo!
I see you use agave in this recipe. I think recently agave has gotten a bad rep and I’m curious about your perspective. I think I may have to try this recipe to sub for fruit and veggie smoothies! Love your site and thank you so much.
Hi! Yes- we’ve read about the bad hype agave has gotten because it has high fructose content. As with any sweetener, I would recommend using as little as possible so that it’s not a major concern. Other alternatives are honey & maple syrup- which we would also advise people use in minimal amounts. xo
hi i bought the ingredients today and though it’s winter i don’t want to spend $5 on ice cream if i can make this. instead of 2 cups of raspberries and 2 cups of strawberries. Can i swap out a cup of one of them for blueberries and the other mango?