Cool down with these frosty frozen desserts from Cabot!
Nothing says “summer” like refreshing frozen desserts and snacks. And when these tasty treats are made with fresh, wholesome ingredients, you can feel good about serving them to friends and family – any time.Try your hand at #homemade #froyo with these great tips from @cabotcheese Click To Tweet
We’ve gathered some of the best frozen dessert recipes from the Cabot kitchens – ice cold treats that you will want to make and serve throughout the dog days ahead. These yogurt popsicle, icebox cake and pie, and frozen yogurt recipes make the perfect summer desserts.
Here are just a few of our very best frozen treats!
We start with a perennial favorite that is loaded with flavor – and protein – a pop that will have them asking for more. This fruit popsicle recipe, , combines the great taste of fruit and Cabot Greek Style Yogurt in an easy to make, easy to eat snack.
If you like Key Lime Pie, you’re sure to love our next recipe for . These yogurt popsicles are a little sweet, a little tart and totally delicious. Sophisticated enough to serve adults, but kids love them too!
These colorful and yummy Greek yogurt popsicles come from a recipe created by our friends at . Try these for a sweet change of pace. They’re fresh, fun, and almost too pretty to eat. Almost, but not quite.
We think that peaches and mangoes are a match made in heaven. When you combine them with rich, creamy Cabot Greek Style Yogurt to make you have a frozen treat that will transport your taste buds with fresh, fruity flavor. This is one frozen yogurt recipe that you will make again and again.
Are you looking for a yogurt ice cream treat that is elegant and just a little different? Look no further than our , made with , which is, in a word, divine. This refined preparation will please the most sophisticated palate – a dessert fit for royalty.
Our recipe for this is one of the most popular to come out of the Cabot Kitchens. Its old fashioned roots belie its modern appeal. It really couldn’t be easier to make and it’s a crowd-pleaser wherever it goes.
Do you love Cantaloupe? Look how Cabot Cheese Board member Michelle from the Brown Eyed Baker made these Cantaloupe and Cherry Frozen Yogurt Pops – how refreshing do these look?
We’ll wrap up this gathering of frozen deliciousness with one of our very favorites. This is full of protein and antioxidant goodness. But it’s so darned delicious, no one needs to know that it’s good for you too!
Sidebar: Tips for making the best frozen yogurt.
Because yogurt contains a fair amount of water and not a lot of fat, freezing it can turn it into a solid, yogurt-flavored mass. Here are a few tips to help you create a creamy, dreamy frozen dessert, as well as some helpful and tasty serving suggestions.
- Use full fat or whole milk yogurt for a creamier result with fewer icy crystals.
- Adding a bit of heavy cream will also give your frozen yogurt a smoother texture.
- Incorporating added sugar will also give your frozen yogurt a creamier texture.
- Because yogurt freezes harder than most ice cream, pour it into a shallow baking pan to freeze. It makes scooping much easier.
- You can “pre-scoop” your yogurt before freezing. Portion yogurt into ramekins or muffin tins, than freeze. Let soften for 10-20 minutes before serving. This is perfect for parties or large gatherings.
- Try infusing your yogurt before freezing for fun, fresh flavors. Citrus zest – orange, lemon, or lime – works well for a fresh, summery vibe. Herbs like mint or basil add a tasty change of pace. Let your imagination soar!
- Topping your frozen yogurt with fresh summer fruit like berries, cherries, peaches, or figs makes a beautiful presentation that is nutritious as well as delicious.
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