24 April 2013

Mixed Berry Frozen Yoghurt

Over the last few years there has been a surge in the spin-off from your average ice cream parlour: the frozen yoghurt shop.
Companies such as SNOG and YooMoo, associated with clean, fresh branding and innovative flavours, have boomed in popularity. 
It's a guilt-free low calorie treat that tastes delicious and can be topped with all kinds of flavours.
I definitely approve. 
This is a really simple, quick recipe sweetened with honey that is perfect for the kids to make as a summery treat or for a light dessert for a dinner party, garnished with your favourite toppings. 

Mixed Berry Frozen Yoghurt

500g pack of mixed frozen berries
3-4 tbsp runny honey
500g tub of natural yoghurt
A few sprigs of mint
Fresh fruit to serve (optional)
Amaretti biscuits, crushed (optional)

Put your serving glasses into the freezer about an hour before making the frozen yoghurt. 
Put the yoghurt, honey and mint leaves into a blender and whiz to mix and then add the frozen berries and whiz again until combined,smooth and creamy. 
Spoon the frozen yoghurt into the glasses and top with fresh fruit or your favourite crumbled biscuits and dried fruit. 

Original source: Jamie's 30 Minute Meals

Eddie decided to perch himself in the daffodils!


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    1. thank you! glad you like it- I can't wait for the proper summer sunshine so that I can sit outside and eat frozen yoghurt all day! x

  2. Oh hello springtime!! So lovely you're able to enjoy this outside in the sun :)
    Do you reckon I could sub soya yogurt in OK?
    x x

  3. This looks and sounds absolutely DELICIOUS!!! I will need to try it! :) Cute doggie pic too!

    From Diana over @ bakingupyum.blogspot.com

    1. Thank you! I love the fact that you can eat it and not feel quite so guilty afterwards but it still tastes YUMMY! Ah thank you, he's nicknamed trouble ATM as he keeps escaping out our back garden! xx

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  5. Looks delicious! I'm obsessed with frozen yoghurt because I think the tartness is a lovey alternative to often overly sweet ice creams. This recipe looks gorgeous!

    Lovely little dog too :)

    Take care, hope you are well :) x


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