5 Minute Frozen Yogurt With Fruit Variations

Total Time
25mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 10 mins

I haven't made this yet. This is one of those I found at another web site. It sounds so easy and yummy. I decided to post it because it was cluttering up my kitchen counter and I thought it had a better chance of being made if it were posted.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Allow the frozen fruit to stand at room temperature for 10 minutes.
  2. Place the knife blade in food processor, add fruit and process until fruit resembles finely shaved ice, stopping to scrape down sides of container with rubber spatula.
  3. With the processor running, add yogurt, sugar, lemon juice and almond extract; process until mixture is smooth and creamy.
  4. May need to occasionally scrape down side of container.
Most Helpful

This was a super fast and yummy treat. I don't like super sweet foods, and this was perfect. I made it with frozen loganberries, which gave it a tangy zip. Our dinner guest raved and my little sister loved the hot pink color!

the Great K August 01, 2013

Oh WOW! We loved this! A few weeks ago we went blueberry picking and got 20 lbs of blueberries. I approximated the amount of blueberries needed for this by just pouring what looked "right" in the bowl. I let it sit out while we were eating dinner. Then I made as written, using a little less lemon juice and fat free plain organic yogurt. This had fabulous taste, was super easy to make, and I'm happy with the nutritionals. Mine was a bit thin and could have benefited from sitting in the freezer a bit if we wanted it to harden, but the taste was good we didn't care!

ladypit July 20, 2009

I just made this with frozen peaches, 5 oz. of Greek-style plain nonfat yogurt, and 1/3 cup superfine sugar ... I guess that's a bit of a tweak, isn't it? But it tastes so good that I'm not sure I'm going to run it through the ice cream maker! It's not too sweet, and really peachy ... this is a great recipe. Thanks!

KLHquilts June 27, 2007