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Easy and excellent! I think any berry would be wonderful with this recipe. Even my dad gave it a thumbs up, he said it tasted like homemade ice cream from when he was little (1940's) it's the tang from the yogurt that makes it different. I did do one thing different. I don't use lots of packaged items so I used 1/2 cup of whipping cream and 1/2 a cup of whole milk in place of the 1 cup of milk and left out the topping mix. Still wonderful. Thanks.
This recipe is superb and easy to make. I was amazed with the outcome, very yummy.
Thanks for the recipe and I was able to used my strawberry and plain yogurt leftovers.
Outstanding! We loved it and I will be making it again. I used 2% milk and splenda in place of the sugar. Next time I think I will add more strawberries, it was very nice flavour but thought it could do with a little more strawberry flavour. Thanks for posting a fun and delicious recipe, great for summer!!
I hesitate to rate this since I made so many changes, but the fact that it was delicious indicates how versatile this recipe really is. It is season-end at the cottage and I am using up supplies, hence the changes...I won't hesitate to make the recipe as written when I get home. Instead of milk I used coconut milk, instead of plain yogurt I used fat free vanilla yogurt, instead of sugar I used 14 packages (same sweetness as 28 tsps. of sugar, but less than the sweetness called for because the yogurt was sweetened). My husband declared "this is delicious" on the first bite, and I agree. Thanks for such a simple and easily adaptable recipe.
I used frozen mixed berries instead of strawberries, used about 4 oz cool whip instead of dream whip envelope, 8 oz light n fit blueberry yogurt, and used a diet hot cocoa packet. Didnt add any sugar. Came out amazing! Thanks for the great recipe to let me bend into a new one!
I had some leftover strawberries so I made this delicious recipe. I loved it! I used a cup and a half of strawberries because I had so many left. I also added a heaping spoonful of fat free cool whip instead of the whip topping mix. It was so good! Thanks for sharing!
I can't believe I made this withount an ice cream maker, what a great recipe, this stuff is awesome! I am making this all summer long, I am so glad I came across this great recipe! thanks so much for sharing Sharon!...Kitten:)
Wow! So easy and so tasty! I made this yesterday for dessert and so glad I did. I was eating right from the bag in the freezer! I made exactly as posted and it froze up nicely within a couple of hours. This recipe is going into my keeper cookbook. Thanks so much for posting!
I want to join the others who have enjoyed this recipe! Great flavor and easy to make! Be careful to have your bag sealed tightly - my first batch toppled over and somehow leaked through the seal and spilled all over the freezer - Not Fun!
I came upon this recipe accidentally, while looking for a strawberry smoothie recipe. I clicked into it, and after finding out how easy it was to make, I went out and bought the ingredients. I made it this morning, only allowing it to be in the freezer for an hour before I tried it. I was just so excited! I have never made my own frozen yogurt before! This tastes like I bought it at the store! Maybe even better! :)I loved knowing exactly what is put into it, for who knows what is in the store brands these days. I ate about a cups worth by the spoonful, right from the bag. Now, I am going to let it freeze up a little more. I am glad no one else in the family wants to try it because they wouldn't be able to anyways. It is all mine! Thanks for sharing this awesome and easy recipe! Bec