Frozen Yogurt Machines (and Two Lip Smacking Recipes)

Along with the current state of affairs with people trying to diet and lose weight, one of the most delightful desserts comes from Frozen Yogurt Machines. This soft dessert can be substituted for the heavier ice creams that we talked about in ice cream freezers.

Frozen yogurts can be made with a variety of flavors much like ice cream but made with ingredients that are lower in fat content, and therefore fewer calories.

The frozen yogurt machines come in a variety of shapes, sizes and prices. One of the nice things about these machines is that they are designed for the counter top, rather than the back yard like the ice cream freezer.

You can set up the yogurt to be pure indulgence with flavors that explode on your tongue. The frozen yogurt is ready in a relative short period of time, in other words, it does not take a ton of time to make it. The results can be healthy for you and for children, since you reduce the amount of sugar and fat in the end result.

The following are a few of our favorite recipes:


Frozen berries make this delicious year around – but don’t be afraid to use fresh ones in season.

Makes Eight ½ servings.

2 C low-fat vanilla yogurt 1 12-oz bag if frozen mixed berries pureed
½ C whole milk & strained or 2 C of fresh berries pureed
¼ C sugar

Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl and mix with mixer at medium speed. Pour into the freezer bowl of your machine. Mix in your frozen yogurt machine until thickened. This will take apx. 25-30 minutes. Pour into an airtight container and freeze until firm, about 2 hours.

Recipe for 1 gal:

4 eggs plus 2 ½ C of sugar – Beat until very stiff
Add slowly: 5 C Milk
4 C Heavy Cream
4 ½ t Vanilla
½ t salt

Pour in can, pack in ice and let the freezer do its thing.

3 eggs plus 1 ½ C sugar – Beat until very stiff
Add slowly: 3C Milk
3 C Heavy Cream
3 t Vanilla
¼ t salt

There are more recipes available with your ice cream machines or yogurt machines. Just remember to share the taste and enjoy the memories.

Source by Jamie Doyle

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