So simple, so nutritious, so good.
That is how you describe this frozen yogurt using only 4 different words.
If I wanted to get more descriptive, I could say that it’s creamy, rich, fruity, tangy, healthy, easy, refreshing, delicious, and perfect for your labor day plans.
But that takes more time. Time that I could be using to eat this frozen yogurt.
And while I’m on the subject of time, I should probably inform you that to make this yogurt, you need next to none. I’d say about 4 minutes of hands-on is all that’s really required. All you need to do is blend together you’re ingredients, pour the mixture into an ice cream maker, and, BAM, you’re done. Sounds easy right?
And that’s without the added knowledge that there are only three ingredients total.
That’s right, only three. Honey, Greek yogurt, and peaches.
Alright, so let’s recap. This Peach Greek Frozen Yogurt is extremely delicious, absurdly good for you, takes about 4 minutes of hands-on time, and only uses three ingredients.
Now, tell me, why wouldn’t you make it?
Peach Greek Frozen Yogurt
(makes a little over 1 cup, recipe easily doubled)
- 1 cup plain non-fat Greek yogurt
- 2 peaches, pitted (there’s no need to remove the skin)
- 1 tbsp honey (or to taste)
Blend ingredients together in a blender until smooth. Pour into ice cream maker. Let mixture churn until it thickens into an ice cream like consistency. Pour frozen yogurt into a small container and freeze for at least 1 hour or until ready to serve. If you freeze your mixture overnight, you may have to thaw a bit before scooping. If you don’t have an ice cream maker, you could try just pouring your blended ingredients into a container and freezing. However, I haven’t tried this and am not sure how well it would work.
Happy Labor Day everyone!
Do you have anything fun planned? Any way your going to celebrate what feels like the last weekend of summer?
Maybe this frozen yogurt is part of your agenda (hint, hint)?
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