Although it's officially autumn,
we're still having temperatures in the 80's,
so we haven't yet traded in our frozen treats
for hot chocolate and warm cider.
I've been wanting to make this for a while.
We don't own an ice cream maker,
and since we like to keep things simple around here,
don't plan on buying another appliance that performs just one duty.
There were several recipes found online,
but this one was the simplest and easiest.
This is all you need to make homemade frozen yogurt.
Plain or vanilla yogurt, frozen fruit and a food processor.
Honey or stevia could be added for sweetening,
but we kept it as basic as possible.
The method couldn't be simpler.
Place yogurt in ice cube trays and freeze for a few hours.
Add your fruit to the processor first, it helps with the mixing.
(We added about 1/2 C.)
Next, add in your frozen yogurt cubes.
(We used one filled ice cube tray.)
You may have to process it in a couple of batches,
or even add a dash of your choice of milk to aid in the blending.
We returned the mixed concoction to the original yogurt container
and placed it in the freezer.
You could also add in chocolate chips, coconut,
crumbled cookie bits or nuts at this point.
Give it a stir every 15 minutes for about an hour.
It's good to know that something so tasty
is so easy to make.