This is so easy and delicious you may never want to buy a pricey serving of frozen yogurt from the scoop shop again. Use any frozen fruit that you desire. Interested in trying a new dessert at home? Then try giving this peach frozen yogurt recipe a whirl—we're confident that the whole family is going to love it! Furthermore, after learning how to make this dish, it can help you save money on your overall food budget—now you can make your own frozen desserts at home. This yogurt recipe makes four servings, and it can be made using any frozen fruit, not just peach or mango. After trying out this recipe, please make sure to rate and review it, and to also share it with your friends and family!
In order to make this peach frozen yogurt recipe, you'll need one and a half cups of Cabot's Lowfat Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt, one cup of frozen sliced peaches, one cup of frozen sliced or cubed mango, a half cup of sugar (or honey) and one teaspoon of pure vanilla extract. Once all the ingredients are assembled, simply add everything into a food processor and process the mixture until it's smooth. Afterwards, take the mixture and transfer it to a covered container and place it in the freezer for 45 to 60 minutes until it has the consistency of soft-serve.
Since Cabot is a cooperative of family farms, we understand the importance of only serving the best to your family and friends. That's why we put so much effort into using only the highest quality ingredients in our dairy products, and that's also why we encourage you to rate and review recipes like this peach frozen yogurt recipe—we can't wait to hear your feedback. Also, please feel free to share this dish on social media, like Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. We're eager to hear what your family and friends have to say about this dish.
1½ cups Cabot Lowfat Vanilla Bean Greek Yogurt
1 cup frozen sliced peaches
1 cup frozen sliced or cubed mango
⅓ - ½ cup sugar (or honey to taste)
1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
COMBINE all ingredients in food processor and process until smooth.
TRANSFER to covered container and freeze for 45 to 60 minutes to firm up (will be consistency of soft-serve).
Recipe courtesy of Aimee Fortney, Not the Perfect Cook.
Absolutely LOVE this! So refreshing on hot summer nights!