Strawberry Frozen Greek Yogurt

This creamy, dreamy Strawberry Frozen Greek Yogurt makes for a healthier, refreshing treat!

Strawberry Frozen Greek YogurtStrawberry season is in full swing in Texas, so when The Greek Godsยฎย asked me to come up with a couple of recipes using their yogurt, my mind immediately went to Strawberry Frozen Greek Yogurt. I love eating Froyo in the late Spring and Summer months, so I’m pretty excited about creating a healthier homemade version.

Strawberry Frozen Greek Yogurt

This recipe uses heaps of fresh strawberries, and is sweetened naturally with honey and vanilla. The greek yogurt keeps everything creamy, dreamy and delicious- not to mention that its packed with calcium and protein. I got my ice-cream maker at Christmas, and we have used it a lot, so I highly recommend investing in one if you like frozen treats as much as we do!

Strawberry Frozen Greek Yogurt

Enjoy!

Strawberry Frozen Greek Yogurt
 
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Ingredients
  • 5 cups strawberries, sliced and hulled*
  • ¾ cup honey**
  • 2 tsp vanilla
  • zest 1 lemon
  • 2 cups greek yogurt
Method
  1. Place a freezer-proof container in the freezer to chill
  2. Pulse strawberries in a food processor until smooth. Add honey, vanilla, and lemon zest and pulse to combine
  3. Tip the strawberry mixer into a large bowl, and whisk in the greek yogurt until smooth and combined. Put the mixture in the fridge to chill for a minimum of 30 minutes
  4. Once chilled, pour the mixture into the ice cream maker, and churn until the desired consistency is reached (I had to churn mine in two batches, about 15 minutes each), and then quickly transfer to the chilled freezer-proof container, or eat immediately!

Notes

*Only uses fresh strawberries if they are in season, otherwise use defrosted frozen strawberries. You want to take advantage of their natural sweetness!

**This is one of the few recipes where I recommend that you do not use maple syrup in place of honey- the Froyo freezes to a much harder consistency.

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41 comments

  1. sippitysup says:

    I’ve been traveling for 3 weeks so I haven’t been to the farmers market for a while. I suspect it’s brimming with strawberries. Thanks for the inspiration. GREG

    • Emma says:

      Ah, see in Houston its already in the 80s… FROYO GALORE! Thanks for your comment Amanda ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Miss Whisk (@Miss_Whisk) says:

    This is one of my girls favs! We use frozen berries, stevia, and Siggi’s yogurt in the Vitamix for a quick snack, dessert, or even breakfast because it’s so healthy and the same as having a parfait and berries but when they were younger it was like having froyo for breakfast!

  3. sayhellonature says:

    Oh yum! This looks so good and I am a huge fan of greek yogurt. It’s an easy way to make a dessert taste delicious without adding a ton of unhealthy stuff!

  4. Cassandra says:

    This looks so delicious! I’ve made at home strawberry frozen yogurt like this before – I like to add either frozen peaches or fresh mint.

  5. kushigalu says:

    I love greek yogurt, I love strawberries. This combo is just amazing. Looks so creamy and delicious!

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