I think I’ve only ever had frozen yoghurt once, in Australia over 13 years ago and had totally forgotten what it tastes like. I also think it freezes differently to ice-cream (either that or I am not doing it correctly).
You will need an ice-cream scoop and ice-lolly moulds if you wish to make ice-lollies.
Optional : Food processor and Ice-cream maker.
This is so easy.
- All you need to do is mash the bananas until smooth.
- Add the mashed banana and all the other ingredients together either in a food processor or do this by hand.
- Once fully mixed put into a freezable container (or add to an ice-cream maker and follow the instructions).
- Place in freezer for 45 minutes (I put mine in for 1 hour 15 minutes and this probably was not long enough for the yoghurt in my container).
- Once out you can eat it straight away, or add some lovely toppings. I added dessicated coconut. The remainder can be put in ice-lolly moulds and put back into the freezer. Takes 3-4 hours to fully freeze.
|My yoghurt may have needed extra time in the freezer but I was so hungry and it was so hot I could not wait, sorry!|
|My yummy garden treat and healthy too
(grapes just looked pretty!)
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