Craving ice cream but want a healthier version? Don’t feel like taking the time to make your own from scratch with an ice cream maker? Then this strawberry ice cream recipe was made for you! Made with Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt, it’s healthier than regular ice cream and it doesn’t require an ice cream maker, so it can be made and enjoyed easily and quickly. It’s a win-win in our books – and will be in yours too! Make this refreshing strawberry yogurt ice cream today and share the recipe with friends and family on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.
To make six servings of this frozen strawberry ice cream, begin by processing the sugar for one full minute in a food processer to make finer. Then add the frozen strawberries and process, pulsing and scraping down sides of the container, until chopped.
Add in the Cabot Lowfat Plain Greek Yogurt (or Cabot Plain Greek Yogurt) and the pure vanilla extract and process just until the mixture is smooth. Enjoy immediately or transfer to a metal bowl and place in the freezer for 30 to 60 minutes until slightly firmer.
Note: Unsweetened frozen sliced peaches are delicious when you’re in the mood for peach ice cream. You can also try a strawberry-peach blend. All variations are tasty!
Looking for another healthy strawberry treat? Try this yummy Strawberry Coconut Smoothie. Cabot is owned by 800 farm families who work hard to ensure that all our products are made using only the finest ingredients. We’d love to hear your thoughts so, if you’d rate and review this strawberry ice cream recipe after making it, we’d really appreciate it!
PROCESS sugar for one full minute in a food processer to make finer.
ADD frozen strawberries and process, pulsing and scraping down sides of container, until chopped.
ADD yogurt and vanilla and process just until mixture is smooth. Serve immediately, or transfer to metal bowl and place in freezer for 30 to 60 minutes until slightly firmer. (If any remains, cover with foil and freeze until firm, then re-process before serving.)
*Unsweetened frozen sliced peaches work well too, or try a blend of the two.
This recipe is a perfect use for all of those extra summer strawberries! Delicious!