Frozen Peach Yogurt -- Made in a Food Processor!

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

From -- Use chopped frozen peaches, or you can substitute frozen berries or whatever frozen fruit you have on hand in this ultra-quick frozen yogurt that is made without an ice cream maker.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine peaches and sugar in a food processor; pulse until coarsely chopped.
  2. Combine yogurt and lemon juice in a measuring cup; with the machine on, gradually pour the mixture through the feed tube.
  3. Process until smooth and creamy, scraping down the sides once or twice. Add 2-3 tablespoons additional yogurt, fruit juice, or water if your frozen fruit mixture needs thinning during processing!
  4. Serve immediately, or place in serving dishes and store in the freezer for 30-45 minutes, for a firmer texture!
Most Helpful

Amazing flavor. I made just one serving as I'm the only one here enjoys yogurt and used one large ripe, juicy, glorious red peach. I did need to about triple the amount of yogurt ask for yogurt for it to blend. I used vanilla yogurt. I have some strawberries in the fridge that are going into the freezer as soon as I finish this post. They are destined for the same elegant fate as the peach. Most certainly a keeper recipe!

Annacia July 16, 2012

We don't get frozen peaches so I bought a 1K jar of peaches which I drained well and froze on a baking paper lined tray in a single layer and as I got 21 ounces of frozen peaches I upped the ingredients according accept the confectioners sugar which I decreased to 1/4 cup as I think the fruit is quite sweet enough and I also used a vanilla yoghurt and the result was 4 cups of luscious tasting dessert and 3 of us polished of half of it in one sitting and for a guilt free dessert I served it with Diet Chocolate Sauce, thank you Kerfuffle-Upon-Winkle for such a lovely dessert, make for Rookies tag game.

I'mPat January 30, 2014

You cannot go wrong with this. I used dried honey instead of sugar and rather less of it. Also I threw in a couple of frozen boysenberries which added a pretty purple-pink hue to the whole thing. Instead of yogurt, I used kefir that had stood for a few days and was quite thick. I also put in a couple of shakes of turmeric prior to processing - you cannot taste it, but it does add some antioxidant value. Very enjoyable.

duonyte August 08, 2012