Um. So this is batch three actually.
First batch accidentally got left in the fridge post churching and freezing. Second batch went to a bbq and was inhaled before I could snap pictures. Third batch- here you go. I actually divided it in to two containers this time. One for pictures and one for eating.
I worry that after discovering how easy making frozen yogurt this way is that I will never make ice cream again.
This is a perfect I have fruit that is going bad recipe. Cut it up, mix in some sugar, add yogurt, puree, freeze. Ta da!
Ok sure I am not sure this would would with something like apples but pears, apricots, any berry, perhaps even banana? I don’t know. I am going to happily keep making frozen yogurt with anything on hand that sounds good.
And yes, in case you are wondering, I am using the delicious homemade yogurt for this. I recommend making your own yogurt for this but if you aren’t up for it please go find the very best full fat plain yogurt you can get your hands on. I am partial to the one at Trader Joes.
While peaches are plentiful and I am on this yogurt kick I fully intend on making a few more pints of this and stashing it away in my freezer for the coming months. To ensure lots of ice cream churning my ice cream bowl is going from the freezer to churning to the sink to be washed to directly back in the freezer. I will not be caught with tasty fruit and yogurt and unprepared.
Perhaps a tad on the crazy side but at least you can know when you come to visit there is a very real possibly of deliciousness in the freezer. You are welcome. And yes, come over anytime.
One year ago today: Peaches Foster (Makes peaches foster then make frozen yogurt with them? On my to do list)
Peach Frozen Yogurt (makes about a quart)
From David Lebovitz
1 pound peaches peeled pitted and sliced.
1/2 cup sugar
1 cup lain whole milk yogurt
1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
Slice the peaches into small pieces. Toss in a bowl with the sugar until the sugar begins to dissolve. Cover with plastic wrap and let stand at room temperature for 2 hours, stirring every so often. Transfer the peaches and their juice to a blender or food processor. Add the yogurt and fresh lemon juice. Pulse the machine until the mixture is smooth. Chill for 1 hour, then freeze in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions.