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Quick Frozen Yoghurt

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Ingredients

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180 g Greek Yoghurt
300 g Frozen Rasberries
1 tbsp Honey

Quick Frozen Yoghurt

  • 4 hours
  • Serves 10
  • Medium

Ingredients

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When I came across Bake with Shivesh’s Instagram post of Frozen Yoghurt, it got me go down memory lane.

I discovered the joys of fro-yo in Boston during my college years. Close to my campus was this little gyros place that made frozen yoghurt in a variety of flavours that varied from double fudge chocolate, summer fruits, and exotic concoctions. During mid-terms and finals, my friends and I usually walked there for a quick break, and even sometimes during the freezing cold, we managed to gobble down cups of frozen yoghurt – it’s supposed to be healthy thanks to the yoghurt in place of cream and lower sugar quotient. This is my cheat version which is made in a smoothie maker – and yes I bought one just to make fro-yo and not any sort of protein shake! The smoothie mixer is ideal as the blades can cut through ice, and our frozen berries tend to break a normal mixer at times. A few blitz is all it takes for this delicious berry hued sweet treat.

When it’s just done, I like to swirl it into a cone as a soft serve, and once hardened, a proper scoop.

 

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Steps

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Let the frozen fruit sit for 5 to 10 minutes out.
Add the yoghurt, frozen berries and honey in a high-powered blender and blitz for about 30 seconds, until blended and creamy. Careful not to overmix and melt the mixture.
You can scoop out immediately to eat as soft serve or place in freezer to firm up before eating.

Kamini Patel

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