Raspberry Yogurt Frappes

Raspberry Yogurt Frappes created by threeovens

In New England, a frappe is first cousin to the milk shake, but usually lighter and frothier. Other fruits such as strawberries, peaches, nectarines, or bananas work equally well, with the sweetness adjusted according to the fruit. This is super good and came from "Parties! Menus for Easy Good Times" cookbook.

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  • Puree the berries in a food processor or blender. Add the yogurt and honey and puree about 30 seconds, until smooth and thickened. With the motor running, add the milk and process for 30 to 40 seconds, until thick and frothy, much like a milkshake.
  • Serve immediately, poured into stemmed glasses and garnished with a few whole berries or mint sprigs. (Mixture can be put together up to 4 hours ahead and refrigerated. Process again just before serving to regain the frothy texture).
  • Note: Depending upon the size of your food processor or blender, this frappe may need to be made in batches.
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"In New England, a frappe is first cousin to the milk shake, but usually lighter and frothier. Other fruits such as strawberries, peaches, nectarines, or bananas work equally well, with the sweetness adjusted according to the fruit. This is super good and came from "Parties! Menus for Easy Good Times" cookbook."
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  1. threeovens
    This is delicious! Everything in it is perfectly healthy and refreshing. Next time add a little more milk though.
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  2. threeovens
    Raspberry Yogurt Frappes Created by threeovens
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  3. ForeverMama
    In New England, a frappe is first cousin to the milk shake, but usually lighter and frothier. Other fruits such as strawberries, peaches, nectarines, or bananas work equally well, with the sweetness adjusted according to the fruit. This is super good and came from "Parties! Menus for Easy Good Times" cookbook.
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