In Food: Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt

  Whilst scrolling through the never ending infamous website that is Pinterest the other day, I stumbled across a recipe for Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt containing only 4 ingredients. Yes, you heard me correctly, only 4!

  • 2.5 cups Strawberries, frozen (of course)
  • 1/4 cup natural Yoghurt
  • 1.5 tbsp Agave nectar
  • 1/2 tbsp Lemon juice


All of which you can find in your local super market! So after I had finished salivating at the photos, I popped down to good old Waitrose to buy everything I needed. I already had strawberries in the fridge and since they were just about to go over I though using them might work quite well – I froze them whilst I went to buy everything else (at least 2 hours).

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Once you have measured all the ingredients, chuck them all (half the strawberries) into a food processor and click that blend button (be sure not to burn out your food processor though, I almost did!)


After blending for about 30 seconds to a minute, check the consistency. This is important because I found some whole frozen strawberries that weren’t being caught by the blades, at this point I also added in the rest of the strawberries and blended again until the frozen yoghurt was a smooth consistency.


And Voila! frozen yoghurt in no time at all. At this point you can either eat it like that, or you can put it in an airtight container and freeze it for up to one month. One thing I would say from this is to take it out of the freezer 5-10 minutes before you want to eat it as it DEFINITELY freezes!


Have you ever tried to make homemade frozen yoghurt? Do you have any other ideas for fruit I could use?

Jess xx


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