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Easy Peachy DIY Fro Yo

Easy Peachy DIY Fro Yo

Two ingredients, tons of sweetness! The fresh flavor of this deliciously quick and simple treat is enough to satisfy a sweet tooth, while staying true to your start-of-the-year diet!MORE+LESS-

Updated October 5, 2017

1

bag (10 oz) Cascadian Farm™ frozen organic peaches

1 1/2

cups Yoplait® Original Yogurt Vanilla

Raspberries for garnish, if desired

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    In an industrial-strength blender (like a Vitamix or Blendtec) or a food processor, blend both ingredients just until smooth.

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    Garnish with raspberries or other fruit, as desired.

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More About This Recipe

  • Just two ingredients and a couple minutes make this good-for-you treat!Everyone should have a few secret recipes tucked inside their kitchen arsenal. You know – recipes that are crazy ridiculous easy.I mean, like so easy and sooo delicious that it’s easier to walk into the kitchen and whip up a nosh that to get in the car and drive your lazy cravings to some fast food joint.Too often, it’s easier to drive places. I mean, by the time you decide what to make, you’re worn out from brain thinking and ready to sacrifice yourself to the drive-thru where choices are made for you.But this recipe. This gorgeous little 2-ingredient, 2-minute prep recipe for frozen peach yogurt will change all that. Because it’s delicious. And it’s easy. And it makes a divine little peach fro yo that’ll have you thinking you just went and paid six bucks for a pretty Styrofoam bowl of it.So, keep all that craving money for a new pair of skinny jeans. Meowza.
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Peach Frozen Yogurt

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Frozen yogurt can be full of hidden calories and strange ingredients, but this homemade fro-yo is healthy and easy to make. Just put frozen peaches, a little honey, some vanilla, a pinch of salt, and your favorite kind of yogurt in a food processor, blend, and in a few minutes you’ll have thick, creamy homemade frozen yogurt. Dress it up with a sprinkle of granola for breakfast or a drizzle of strawberry sauce for a low-fat dessert.

Game plan: To freeze fresh peach slices, arrange them on a parchment-lined baking sheet in a single layer and freeze until solid. Transfer to a resealable plastic bag or airtight container and store for up to 1 month.

Click here to watch Karen Solomon, author of Can It, Bottle It, Smoke It: And Other Kitchen Projects, make this yogurt in our CHOW Tip video.


  • 3 1/2 cups coarsely chopped frozen peaches (about 16 ounces)
  • 1/2 cup sugar, preferably superfine (see Note)
  • ½ cup nonfat plain yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice

Combine peaches and sugar in a food processor pulse until coarsely chopped. Combine yogurt and lemon juice in a measuring cup with the machine on, gradually pour the mixture through the feed tube. Process until smooth and creamy, scraping down the sides once or twice. Serve immediately.

Note: Superfine sugar dissolves instantly, preventing a grainy texture in cold desserts and beverages. It is available in the baking section of most supermarkets, but if you can't find it, simply process regular granulated sugar in a food processor or a clean coffee grinder until ground very fine.


Ingredients

  • 16 oz frozen peaches
  • 8 oz yogurt
  • Juice from 1/2 a small lemon
  • 2-3 tbsp honey

Instructions

Nutrition

You can serve it straight from here and it will have the consistency of soft serve. You can also chill it in a 8 x 8 pan in the freezer if you’d rather scoop it! I store in the freezer in an air tight container and honestly cannot tell you how long it will last in your freezer because ours gets eaten faster than I can make it!

Variations:

Get creative! You can pretty much alternate several other frozen fruits to make different variations! Strawberries, Pineapple, Mango, Cherries…the options are endless! You could also mix and match! How good does peach-pineapple-mango sound? Maybe with some coconut yogurt! Mmm…my taste buds are already watering! Get creative with your combinations or keep it straight and simple! Either way you will enjoy this simple dessert!

This recipe was originally shared from That’s What Said…

Comments

Large or small container of the Greek yogurt?

Just a heads up that when you just have a run of the mill, ordinary blender this is quite the process! It took me about 20-25 minutes of pulsing, waiting for the blades to stop spinning, and shoving more peaches down into the blades to get this to a smooth consistency. Just because my blender can’t handle such a thick consistency.

It was still totally delicious and worth it, just know it’ll be more work if you have a $20 blender.

Help…my daughter would love this recipe except she is allergic to acid fruits lemons, oranges, limes. Hoping you can come up with something else that can be used. Thank you so much

Can you use artificial sweeteners instead of honey and how much should you use?

I used the individual serving size Belinda. You can certainly add more!

My son is an ice cream freak, but I don’t want him eating it all the time. This is a a great alternative. Thank you for sharing with See Ya in the Gumbo this week!

Same here Michelle! All my boys (including my husband) LOVE ice cream. I substitute this and they never even question it! They love it!

This looks easy and delicious! Thanks for sharing this recipe at the Good Food Friday link party :)