Strawberry Greek Frozen Yogurt

May 23, 2013

Easy to make frozen yogurt recipe that’s packed with fresh strawberry flavor and sure to satisfy! Try it with blueberries for another delicious option!

strawberry greek frozen yogurt (3 ingredients) | Cooking Classy

This strawberry greek frozen yogurt is simple, delicious, and much healthier than ice cream . With its three ingredients and minimal prep you’re going to want this all summer long, especially with its abundance of fresh strawberries.

I might just eat it for breakfast :). It is also delicious to blend a scoop or two with milk (or almond milk) and make a smoothie. Enjoy!

strawberry frozen greek yogurt {3 ingredients} | Cooking Classy

Strawberry Greek Frozen Yogurt

Easy to make frozen yogurt recipe that's packed with fresh strawberry flavor and sure to satisfy! Try it with blueberries for another delicious option!
Servings: 8
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 3 hours
Chill Time 3 hours
Total Time 3 hours 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 lb fresh strawberries
  • 2 1/2 cups plain 2% Chobani Greek yogurt
  • 2/3 cup light agave nectar

Instructions

  1. Puree strawberries in a food processor until well pureed and strawberries pieces no longer remain, scraping down sides once during processing. Force pureed strawberries through a fine mesh strainer into a large mixing bowl (if you don't mind seeds you can skip this step). Add plain Greek yogurt and agave nectar to strawberry puree and whisk mixture until well blended. Cover bowl with plastic wrap and freeze 30 - 40 minutes, stirring once during chilling, then transfer mixture to an ice cream maker and process mixture according to manufactures directions. Enjoy soft or transfer to an airtight container and freeze until semi-firm (or firm and allow to thaw slightly at room temperature before enjoying).
  2. Recipe Source: Cooking Classy
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Frozen Yogurt Recipe

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62 Comments

  • Carrie

    What a great recipe! I ended up using non-fat French vanilla greek yogurt, 1 lb of frozen strawberries, and about 3/4 c. of sugar since those are the ingredients I had on hand and I needed this in a pinch! I left it a little chunky and it was a huge hit at a BBQ. I’ll definitely make this again!

  • adele

    i was just wondering if the tangyness from the greek yogurt is really strong and if you’ve substitute plain yogurt before?

    • Jaclyn

      Jaclyn Bell

      I didn’t think it was very stong, but regular yogurt would probably be great too!

  • Stacy | Wicked Good Kitchen

    Oh, girl…my heart is going out to you. I’m so sorry you are going thru this and can no longer run! I, too, experienced receiving bad news from a physician. Mine was a pre-diabetes diagnosis back in 2006. My baking and pastry arts world crashed and I was crushed. Just utterly devastated. It is the very reason you will often see paleo recipes on my blog and hence the “wicked good” name for my blog. Sometimes the recipes are as wicked as wicked gets (sugary) and other times they are wicked good, meaning they are so wicked good you’d never know they are actually good for you. Saw this GORGEOUS photograph of yours at Pinterest and just had to compliment you. Stunning photo, Jaclyn! So swirly and pretty in pink. LOVE IT and I’m going to make some tomorrow! Have everything on hand. Thanks so much for sharing! xo P.S. Are you a swimmer? Maybe doing laps is a way to get a good cardio workout without the harsh impact running has on our bodies? Just a thought to share. :)

    • Jaclyn

      Jaclyn Bell

      Thanks Stacy and my heart goes out to you too! It’s hard at first but it gets better, at least I don’t have to just sit around anymore. I need to try swimming – it’s too bad I don’t have a pool in my backyard how dreamy would that be :).

  • robert

    These.turned out excellent! I used raspberries and poored it into Popsicles. Not wanting to waste the raspberry goop in the strainer I poored in about a gallon of water, added some lemon slices and a sprig of mint and had some refreshing lemonade to go with the popsicles

    • Jaclyn

      Jaclyn Bell

      Sounds delicious with raspberries and as popsicles – and good idea to make the left over from straining into lemonade! Thanks for your comment Robert!

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