I don’t think there’s anything better than homemade no-churn raspberry frozen yogurt when it’s scortching hot outside!
I’m taking a little break from my fitness journey series to enjoy the long 4th of July weekend, so I thought I’d share a recipe that is both fitness-friendly and perfect for the 4th of July. I also made this brand spanking new video to go with it!
The 4th of July is always super duper hot here in Arizona, so we usually spend it either indoors (until fireworks of course) or in water somewhere (poolside or at the lake). If we are home, we almost always cook some food and have some sort of a themed desert (you know how much I love themed anything!). This year I’m making this no-churn raspberry frozen yogurt!
As you can see in the video, this is another one of my famous super simple (and natural) recipes with only three ingredients! Truthfully though, you could make this recipe with any fruit you’d like, but today I’m using raspberries because they are deep red in color and go with my theme (annnnd because they’re my favorite!).
With Hannah away in Oklahoma over the 4th of July this year, our celebration is smaller than usual. I don’t feel justified in making a huge cake or a whole batch of cookies when it’s just the three of us, so this recipe for no-churn raspberry frozen yogurt is perfecto; it makes just enough to fill one loaf pan!
Now let’s discuss this frozen yogurt. Today, I used plain regular yogurt (Mad has decided that she hates Greek yogurt because it’s ‘nasty’), but if I were making this just for myself, I would absolutely use plain Greek yogurt instead. The frozen yogurt comes out great with either one. You could also use vanilla if that’s your jam (or you could just stir in a teaspooon or two of vanilla extract!).
- 1-1/2 cup plain yogurt (or vanilla, may also use Greek yogurt)
- 1-1/2 to 2 cups frozen raspberries (may substitute strawberries, blackberries, or blueberries)
- ⅓ cup honey
- 1-2 tsp vanilla extract (optional)
- Place all ingredients in food processor and process until smooth.
- Pour yogurt mixture into a shallow freezable container.
- Freeze for 2 hours hour for soft-serve frozen yogurt or overnight.
- Store with a lid to preserve freshness.
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Stay cool with these strawberry kiwi popsicles too; they’re also refined sugar free!
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