Mixed Berry Frozen Yogurt

Mixed berry frozen yogurt

Now that my recipes are award winning…  what?  You didn’t know?  Oh yes dear reader.   Remember my strawberry cheesecake recipe?  Well it won a competition run by Netmums:  Slow Cooked Strawberry Cheesecake  AND is set to be mentioned in a national newspaper on Thursday, complete with the picture in took.   Uh huh.   I KNOW.

Maybe I can cook after all.   Okay so cook is a word that should be used loosely.   I can assemble things.

Which is why I am sharing this little beauty with you today.  My recipe for strawberry, blueberry and raspberry frozen yogurt.

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Mixed berry Frozen Yogurt
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A quick and simple frozen yogurt recipe with just a few ingredients
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: English
Serves: 4
  • 600g of fruit, I have used strawberry, raspberries and blueberries but you can mix your own soft fruits
  • 160g of caster sugar
  • 1 lemon, squeezed
  • 2tsps of creme de cassis (you could use rum or kirsch or just not bother)
  • 400g of plain Greek yogurt (not the no fat variety but low fat is fine)
  1. Wash, hull and cut fruit in small chunks and place in a bowl
  2. Cover with sugar and alcohol (if using)
  3. Put a tea towel over the bowl and leave at room temperature for an hour or two, stirring a couple of times.
  4. Transfer contents of bowl to a food processor, add the lemon juice and yogurt and blitz until smooth
  5. If you dont want any pips you can then push the mix through a sieve.
  6. Put it in your ice cream maker on the frozen yogurt setting and freeze

Now clearly I am using our Sage Appliances ice cream maker because it not only makes the most incredible ice cream but it even plays the ice cream van tune when your dessert is ready.   Well of course it does.  Heston designed it.  Don’t believe me?  Watch this:

This is one of the simplest, healthiest and most importantly tastiest desserts you can make.   There is so much fruit around at the moment that it is almost rude not to, don’t you think?

I wonder what else I can put into frozen yogurt on the grounds it is healthy?    Rum and raisin?

What would you put in yours?


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  • So yummy looking! Need to make some soon but unfortunately i don’t have a sage so will be more of a drag 🙁

  • LOVE frozen yoghurt! I have a tonne of blackcurrants ripening in the garden, so I think I know what I’ll do with them now. Thank you!

  • When I have some birthday money I am totally buying that ice-cream maker. And then I’m coming to grab this recipe. In the meantime I’m going to learn from you, oh wise cooking lady, about how on earth you do a slow cooked cheescake!

  • I need this ice cream maker in my house. Need it I tells you.

    However what I don’t need is rum and raisin ice cream. Seriously – I just don’t get it at all. And that’s coming from someone who likes rum, and raisins and ice cream. Just not all in one. As for my favourite flavour to make – at the moment it has to be salted caramel. I can’t get enough of the stuff!

  • Frozen yoghurt is one of my favourite things in the world. It’s so refreshing and delicious and berries are just the best flavour ever x

  • Haha it’s like 2:30am and I HAD to watch the video to listen to the music play at the end. I think I need one in my life – especially over this hot summer we are going to have. My kids ask for ice-cream every day!

  • I often do smoothies with yoghurt and berries, and they are so delicious, you forget they are also healthy…same goes for frozen banana whizzed in food processor and then with a little bit of chocolate – it’s just like ice cream. But, saying that, I don’t have an ice cream maker and really, really want yours. Smoothies are no longer going to be good enough….