Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Kiwi Frozen Yogurt

As you know, I love my desserts!!! My sister gifted me an ice cream maker (per my request) for my birthday this year... and today I decided to take it out on a test run. From browsing the instruction/recipe booklet that came with my ice cream maker, it seemed any fruit + yogurt + sweetener would make a frozen yogurt. Well, I just happened to have a handful of kiwis that were SUPER ripe needed to be used and a tub of non-fat vanilla yogurt. And instead of using sugar to sweeten the yogurt, I knew I could use honey!

I put all the ingredients into the ice cream maker and turned it on... I had no idea what to expect! But within 20 minutes I was standing over the ice cream maker with a big spoon, shoveling this light, soft, delicious Kiwi Frozen Yogurt into my mouth. It's sweet, but no too sweet. It's tangy, but not too tangy. It's creamy, light and airy. I can't believe how amazing this frozen yogurt turned out...

I know what I'll be making for dessert, like every single night... BEST BIRTHDAY PRESENT EVER! Thanks sister! :)

Kiwi Frozen Yogurt


  • 6 green kiwi fruit, peeled
  • 2 cups non-fat vanilla yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons honey

Place all ingredients in a blender. Pulse until smooth.

Pour the mixture into a ice cream maker.

Churn, about 20 minutes or until frozen and creamy.

Serve as is, or freeze until more solid.

Oh so good, so refreshing..... 

Note:  If you don't have an ice cream maker, you can freeze the fruit/yogurt mixture and serve when chilled or frozen. (It just won't be as creamy)

I can't wait to try more frozen yogurts using other fruits!!



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