Strawberry Frozen Yogurt

Summer 2002, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

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An ice cream maker allows you to create your own frozen desserts with wholesome ingredients like fruit and yogurt. This one is a terrific alternative to commercial ice cream. It is fat-free and, even though it contains some sugar, it is very low in calories. When strawberries are not in season, frozen are a fine alternative.

"I don't have an ice cream maker! "
Strawberry Frozen Yogurt

3 Reviews for Strawberry Frozen Yogurt


I don't have an ice cream maker!

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Anonymous wrote 3 years 37 weeks ago

I know the consistency won't

I know the consistency won't be the same, but I believe there was a sherbert recipe that said if you didn't have an ice cream maker, that you could instead; freeze the mixture into ice cube trays or a metal cake pan until almost solid, break it into chunks, and process it smooth in a food processor. Like I said, not the same I know.


This was wonderful (strong, perfect strawberry flavor with just a hint of orange), and so easy. I didn't have orange juice, so I used 1 1/2 teaspoons frozen concentrate instead, which worked great. I did notice that the longer this was frozen, it seemed to lose a little of its strawberry flavor. The serving size, 1/2 c., was plenty.


It was wonderful. I didn't have any orange juice so I used 2 Tbs. of curacao instead. I love it.


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