© 2020 Jo Harding & ModernFoodStories.com. Isaac is getting so big! So easy that I could make this tonight and have frozen yogurt for breakfast.l.. it’s ok to do that because it’s strawberries right? So glad you're back!!! Home » Ice Cream » No Churn Wild Blueberry Frozen Yogurt. Gluten-free . Terrific dish! Add the condensed milk and mix a minute more to combine. Really good recipe — thanks. Top the no churn frozen coconut yoghurt with blackberry coulis, chopped toasted hazelnuts and coconut chips. Thanks. Love the blackberry yogurt too – pinning!! Ours is pretty whimpy, but I’ll probably give it a whirl anyway. Tricia, what a fun post! So glad you are back Tricia!
What a wonderful wedding, everybody looks radiant and happy.
The dessert is brilliant and the pictures are so classy, great post. The color is to die for, and I'm pinning it right now.
Congratulations on your beautiful family. blessings ~ tanna. Oh, and how did you get such perfect scoops? You could definitely use maple syrup Judith, I think that’s a nice combination, reminds me of blueberry pancakes , for the no-churn blueberry frozen yogurt – is the yoyurt frozen before putting into the blender with the blueberries & honey ? I used just under 1 cup. ;) haha!!! I've been waiting for you to resurface after the wedding. I know sometimes sharing isn't always possible but I find it's also wise to make small portions, divide recipes in half. The formula is pretty simple to remember, it’s 2 cups of yogurt to 4 cups frozen fruit. The View from Great Island is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. They’re under $15. (Depends on the brand of coconut yoghurt used. The Vitamix is definitely a pricey machine, but if you like to make purees, creamy soups, or ice creams and frozen yogurts it’s a fabulous machine to have. Blitz the berries into a coulis using a high speed food processor like a Vitamix or Nutribullet. Add about 3/4 cup of honey and taste for sweetness. – thanks. The great thing is, once you finish your bowl of wild blueberry frozen yogurt, you can have some more, it’s good for you! Except for those fortunate few on whom genetics has gifted the ability to stay. Strain the blackberries through a fine mesh sieve set over a large mixing bowl. Welcome Back! If you use another brand you may choose to add a little honey or maple syrup to the mix. Using full fat yogurt will help, and adding sugar (about 1/2 cup) would also help keep it more scoopable, but that’s a tradeoff. I love trying out new ingredients and techniques, reinventing the classics, and hunting down the next great flavor. I love the frozen Blackberry Yogurt, I think I will make some this week! Gorgeous photos! SO easy, gorgeous AND delicious! Add the yogurt to the blackberry juice and stir to combine. You may need more honey depending on how sweet the blackberries are. Welcome back Tricia! 3. You can also make smaller individual portions using 250g of coconut yoghurt. I used to have a wimpy blender and it drove me crazy, couldn’t even whip up a milkshake without stalling! Berries can be left whole (hull strawberries, and pit cherries) and larger fruit should be cored, pitted, and sliced or chopped. Oh, girl. Once you start playing around with a good blender and frozen fruit you’ll find all sorts of fun things to make. I’ve always wanted to do more with apricots – bet it is delicious! I personally don’t think you need to add any alternative sweetener with Coyo but please feel free to do so if you prefer. The long shape helps you get that perfect scoop.