Three ingredients and super simple to throw together, this blueberry frozen yogurt is a sweet treat that you can have for breakfast or dessert!
Who knew frozen yogurt could be so easy to make at home, without an ice cream maker? This healthy treat has been my go-to this summer. I love how refreshing it is and seriously… way too simple.
I can already see myself making a bunch more variations of this recipe, but let’s start with this one!
When I buy yogurt, it’s typically Greek! I had to do a little research on the difference between regular and Greek yogurt. According to Healthline, “Greek yogurt makers add an extra step to their process so that excess water, lactose, and minerals drain out. What’s left is a creamy, rich yogurt with less sugar and a tart taste. The acidity also makes it easier for your body to absorb other nutrients.” Sold!
I love the thick, creamy texture which is especially great for this recipe! I have been buying Stonyfield Organic and FAGE yogurt lately but I think this recipe would work well with the thick-style coconut milk yogurt as well. I need to buy some and test it out.
The yogurt and frozen blueberries make a delicious combo, but I like to add a little almond butter in the mix because nut butters are life. You could easily swap in a different nut or seed butter in it’s place if you’re not an almond butter fan!
Frozen blueberries steal the show in this treat. You could swap them out for any frozen berry of your choice, but I highly recommend starting with blueberries. Sometimes the seeds in other berries get to me and you can’t go wrong with blueberries.
If you’re feeling fancy or you have cacao nibs on hand, add them in! They give a nice crunch and a chocolatey flavor without all the sugar. You used to only be able to find these at health food stores but they’re in pretty much any grocery store now which is awesome!
Who’s making this for dessert tonight… or breakfast tomorrow?! What other flavor combinations should I test out?
If you want it to be scoopable, you can freeze the mixture for about an hour. Bring it out of the freezer and let it thaw for a few minutes before scooping.
Keywords: blueberry frozen yogurt, no churn frozen yogurt
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