|The girls couldn't wait for it to get any firmer, so they had theirs 'soft serve' style.|
Friday, March 25, 2011
Clean Eating #78: Super Easy Frozen Yogurt (without an ice cream maker)
Frozen Yogurt without a machine
1 16 oz. tub of plain yogurt
2 cups of frozen fruit (we used strawberries for one, blueberries for the other)
1/4th cup of Xylitol
We don't have an ice cream maker, so I had to do it the slow way. Basically, to keep your yogurt from freezing solid, you have to take it out of the freezer every 20-30 minutes and blend it up to get air bubbles in it. It worked like a charm, except when I forgot about it and the blueberry yogurt ended up way too hard. The kids still ate it, though, so it was all good.