Easy to make and oh so delicious, this no churn healthy cherry vanilla frozen yogurt recipe is a family friendly favorite. This recipe can be made in 60 seconds or less with two simple ingredients. The perfect guilt free frozen summer treat!
We’ve been having a bit of a heat wave here in Vancouver. It’s been hot, hot, hot and each day when my kids come home from school, pink cheeked and sweaty, they’ve been begging for a cold treat to help them cool off. I always feel good when I can give my kids something healthy AND delicious and today’s recipe fits that bill. It’s made using just two, simple ingredients, it takes less than 60 seconds to make and you don’t need an ice cream maker to make it! I’m talking about my No Churn Cherry Vanilla Frozen Yogurt Recipe! It’s the perfect, guilt free, summer treat. You are going to LOVE it.
I teach healthy cooking and baking classes for kids at our local community center. I love to use the class as an opportunity to experiment and see what a whole range of kids think about my new recipes. Usually the majority of the class likes the recipe that I make, but more often or not there are one or two kids that use my famous line “It’s not my favorite, but maybe I’ll like it better next time.”
We made this recipe in my class this week and every single child in class asked for a second helping! It’s that good! I’ve made frozen yogurt using this method in the past, but with other frozen fruit I’ve had to add honey to it because it’s a bit tart for the kids. The cherries in this recipe are so sweet that you don’t need any extra sweetener and because they are so nice and soft they blend into the yogurt beautifully. Ready to learn how to make my No Churn Cherry Vanilla Frozen Yogurt Recipe? Read on!
No Churn Cherry Vanilla Frozen Yogurt Recipe- With Just 2 Ingredients
-1 600 gram bag of frozen cherries
-1 1/2 cups of vanilla greek yogurt
You’ll also need a food processor (this is the one I have)
Pour cherries and yogurt into the bowl of the food processor. Process for approximately 30 seconds or until cherries and yogurt are blended together in a smooth frozen yogurt consistency. Scrape down sides if needed. That’s it! Easy peasy right?
Eat immediately. This recipe is definitely best eaten fresh however if you happen to have leftovers, store in the freezer in an airtight container.
Tell me… Do your kids beg for frozen treats like mine do? Do you make homemade ice-cream, frozen yogurt and popsicles at home? What would you like for us to make next?
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