Peach Frozen Yogurt

May/June 2010

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We like to use chopped frozen peaches, but you can use frozen berries or whatever frozen fruit you have on hand in this ultra-quick frozen yogurt that is made without an ice cream maker.

"Wow! Absolutely delicious! And so easy! "
Peach Frozen Yogurt  Recipe

13 Reviews for Peach Frozen Yogurt

Peach Frozen Yogurt

Question: could not one substitute powdered sugar for the granulated sugar?

Sounds great can't wait to try
So much better a day or two later

This recipe was so wonderful!!! I used frozen peaches and tonight I am going to try it with a strawberry banana blend. I put it in the freezer and it was even better the next day!!!! This recipe is definitely a keeper!!!

I made this recipe with frozen peaches and also added some frozen blueberries. I

I made this with peaches and some frozen blueberries and used sugar/stevia blend. Very good. My only problem was that I had frozen peach slices and they were a little hard to blend with the sugar. I also ended up added an individual blueberry yogurt along with the plain yogurt and lemon because it needed the extra moisture. Maybe the sliced peaches was the problem. Still very good and I will make it again, maybe using strawberries.

Easy, few ingredients, tasted great.
Can't wait to try!

I haven't tried this yet, but I was wondering if anyone knows if Agave syrup could be substituted for the sugar? I need to watch my sugar intake but really want to try this! Thanks!

Easy and delicious!

Add me to the fan list-this recipe is a great find! I substituted Truvia for the sugar and it was so delicious! I'm going to try it without the Truvia/sugar as I'm wondering if the fruit will be sweet enough on its own. Only tried it with peaches so far as it's peach season, but can't wait to try it with many other fruits. Incredibly easy and tasty-I made a big batch to store in the freezer, just like a carton of ice cream!

Quick, few ingredients needs

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