Plain Tart Frozen Yogurt

I got an ice cream maker!!  It’s a little crazy how excited I am about this.

So I was thinking that the ice cream recipes that I’ve been making have been too rich.  I usually try to eat healthy, so all this rich ice cream was starting to make me feel guilty.  Solution?  Froyo!  I looked around online for different recipes, and the consensus seemed to be a simple mixture of Greek yogurt and sugar.  I personally found the end product a little thick in consistency (I’m used to Yogurtland, which is pretty light), so I may try to use normal yogurt instead of Greek yogurt next time.

You can easily tailor the recipe to add whatever flavors you want.  I may try a pomegranate or passionfruit version next time.  I topped mine with peaches (they were on sale), but you can add whatever topping you like.

Plain Tart Frozen Yogurt
(makes about 1 quart)

4 7-oz containers of Greek yogurt (I used 2% fat, but you can use any amount of fat content)
1 cup granulated sugar (you can add more or less depending on how sweet you want it)
toppings (fruit, candy, etc)

  1. Combine yogurt and sugar with an electric mixer.
  2. Pour mixture into an ice cream maker and follow the ice cream maker’s instructions.
  3. Remove the ice cream, pack into a covered container, and freeze for at least 2 hours before serving.

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