Homemade Frozen Yogurt is rediculously easy to make and so so SO good! It's fun to try out different brands and flavors of yogurt and add various fruits to make it unique. We like to use good yogurt filled with good cultures for an extra bonus.
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What You Need:
- 32oz container of your favorite yogurt
- 1 c. sugar (Turbinado or succant works great! Do not use sugar or use less sugar if you get a flavored yogurt.)
- 1 t. vanilla extract (No need to add if you get vanilla yogurt.)
Mix all the ingredients together. Make sure the sugar has "melted" into the yogurt before you add it into your ice cream maker. After you add it to your ice cream maker it only takes about 10 or 15 minutes before it's the right consistency so make sure you watch it!
Then dish it up and enjoy. Experiment with different yogurt brands to find your favorite. My personal fav is Straus Family Dairy European Yogurt (I order this from Azure Standard
). It makes such a smooth creamy bowl! This is also excellent with Greek yogurt.
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