Here’s an easy homemade frozen yogurt recipe you can make and add any add ins you want! Tastes amazing and can be made in 15 minutes flat, then freeze!
I’m not much for homemade anything, except every once and a while we get in the mood to cook from scratch and off we go. This easy homemade frozen yogurt recipe doesn’t take too long to put together and you can add just about any goodies you like to satisfy your sweet tooth too! Check out this chocolate chip cookie dough frozen yogurt made the other day. (originally published 6/16)
Like I said, I don’t do difficult. Homemade doesn’t always mean hours and hours in the kitchen though and it’s even easier if you have a countertop mixer (best gift I ever received).
- You can start by making your own pressure cooker yogurt, or buying some at the store.
Then just throw your ingredients into two bowls, combine, mix, and your homemade frozen yogurt is ready to freeze and eat that night or the next day.
It really is a quick step by step recipe for frozen yogurt that leaves room for the imagination. If you want to make chocolate chip cookie dough frozen yogurt then add these add ins, if you’d rather add peanut butter or butterscotch chips (amazing), add those instead…or chocolate pieces.
It is very versatile and you can make it any flavor you’d like. Berries are a great add in during the summer and when they are fresh in the store.
It’s a fun activity to do with your kids at home. After you try this you should use 2 baggies and here’s how to make ice cream at home too, that’s a great activity that is sure to make them smile too! Here is the entire recipe.
Homemade frozen yogurt
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Homemade frozen yogurt
- Use your stand mixer and beat the butter and both sugars together.
- Add vanilla and combine together. In a smaller bowl whisk together flour, baking soda and salt.
- Add the chocolate chips or your other add ins and mix.
- Add the flour mixture to the butter mixture and fold together then add your yogurt and mix together until combined well but not over stirred.
- Cover and freeze until set.
If you have a container with a lid that is great for freezing and storing. If you don’t have a lid for the bowls you have these flexible silicone lids (affiliate link) are amazing for using on a variety of bowls. Hope you enjoy it…..I know you will.
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