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Frozen Yogurt

Ok, I feel kind of silly writing this post because of the simplicity. And, if I am being honest, silly because I just got done bashing ice cream makers (sorta) in my No Churn Homemade Ice Cream post.


Did anyone else go through a phase where they had to have all of the attachments for their Kitchen Aid Mixer? And by phase, I've been going through it for probably ten years now... but that's just a minor detail. Yes? No? I have to have follow friends going through this same phase! Anyway, one of the attachments is an ice cream bowl. If you have it, it works perfectly. If you have a different churning machine, it will also be perfect.





Ingredients (silly part) ...

Yogurt - our favorite is the plain old vanilla yogurt or the honey vanilla yogurt. But you could easily play around with flavors and/or use Greek yogurt!

Lastly, Mix-ins. Our favorite was fresh strawberries and a drizzle of honey!


Directions (silly again) ...

Churn the yogurt until it resembles ice cream. With the frozen bowl and Kitchen Aid mixer it takes about ten minutes.


Once it's done, scoop it into dishes and throw on or mix in all of your favorite toppings.


If you want to add some fun honey flavors, check out what Junky Janko Market has for honey!!


Note... if this is frozen, it just turns completely solid so not a good "make ahead" option.



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