Tuesday, 27th September 2011
Frozen Yogurt is something I admire, since years and years ago, a Frozen Yogurt shop opened in Erlangen – a city nearby my home town. Unfortunately I can count the opportunities I had to eat there. I didn’t found something comparable here or in Nürnberg.
But we have an ice cream maker! The great thing about this frozen yogurt is, it’s totally easy! No heating and cooling egg-mixtures, no, just mixing, freezing, eating. The secret is Greek (or Turkish) yogurt with 10% fat! That makes it creamy and that even (almost) right from the freezer. And it tastes like it has to taste: refreshing and light! Just perfect!
The first batch we made, was pure, without any additions. Yummy yummy. But normally frozen yogurt comes with fruit sauce and sprinkles or chocolate shavings or anything you wish for. But as I never have fruit sauce at home and I’m too lazy to make some, when I want to eat ice cream/frozen yogurt, why not mixing in the fruit before? So to the second batch we added lemon zest and juice. It was a delight! So no boundaries to your fantasy here! You can add anything fruity and refreshing.
And if it’s still so warm at your place, like here, nothing stands in the way to make a batch of that wonderful frozen yogurt!
Furthermore I submit this delicious frozen yogurt to zorra’s event to her 7th(!) blog anniversary! Happy bloggaversary!
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Lemon Frozen Yogurt
this makes a large batch (half the recipe if you like)
130 g (full-fat) cream
130 ml milk
200 g sugar
500 g Greek/Turkish Yogurt 10% fat
lemon zest and juice of one lemon
Mix all the ingredients together, until the sugar is dissolved. Fill it into your ice cream maker and freeze according to the manufacturer’s instructions.