Frozen Fruit Yogurt (for ice cream machine)

"I frequently make this during the summer using my favorite fruits (strawberries or blueberries or peaches, mmmmmm!!), just about any fruit can be used....experiment!"
photo by Ang11002 photo by Ang11002
photo by Ang11002
photo by Ang11002 photo by Ang11002
Ready In:
1 Quart




  • Blend all ingredients together until smooth.
  • Chill mixture (about 1-2 hours).
  • Pour chilled mixture into your ice cream machine and freeze according to manufacturer's instructions.

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  1. MizzNezz
    I'm impressed!! I've made several ice-cream recipes in my ice-cream maker and was never very happy with them. This is great! I used fresh strawberries and made the regular version. It was smooth and delicious. I'll make this one again! Thanks!!
  2. Barb1949
    I made this recipe using fresh peaches and the diet version. It was very easy to make. The yogurt was smooth and refreshing.
  3. Gadgetsmidnight
    The flavor of this was very good. It however does not make a quart. Makes about a pint. I upped the protein by using a Vanilla flavored Greek Yogurt. Used strawberries for the puree and used Splenda to keep the sugar low. I think it took all of 15 minutes in the ice cream maker.
  4. mommymakeit4u
    I used frozen raspberries and vanilla yogurt. I think the perfect sweetness would have been 2 tbsp of sugar. I found because I was using frozen fruit, i didn't have to chill the mixture, I just threw the yogurt in the freezer for 1/2 hour before I started making this.
  5. Shoga-chan
    Delightful--I combined passionfruit (deseeded), banana and nectarine. This is faster, easier and better tasting than many complicated recipes I have tried. I used sweetened yogurt and didn't add any sugar and it was perfect. I will make this all summer long!


  1. Stephie B.
    This was great. I used strawberries and bananas. Instead of PLAIN yogurt, I used vanilla. I didn't think about the added sugar in the vanilla yogurt until after I had added the called for sugar, so I was fearful I'd be too sweet, but it wasn't. I also doubled the recipe. We all very much enjoyed it!



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