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Frozen Fruit Yogurt

Frozen Fruit Yogurt

With only three ingredients, it is so easy to create a soft-serve frozen yogurt. Experiment with your favorite fruits to create a bright colored summertime dessert.
By Sherron Watson

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This frozen yogurt is a family favorite.

I love that it only has three ingredients and that each person can make their own favorite flavor.

We use our Vitamix to combine the two ingredients but any high powered blender or food processor will do the job too.

The key to getting a soft serve texture is using frozen fruit. If you want the yogurt to be hard, as seen in the pictures, then it will need to be made before you serve it and stored in the freezer for a few hours.

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In the pictures I used three different flavors: cherry, blueberry and peach. The blueberry is the pink version with dark specks (the blue skin).

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Frozen Fruit Yogurt

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  • Author: Sherron Watson
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Yield: 1.5 cups 1x


With only three ingredients, it is so easy to create a soft-serve frozen yogurt. Experiment with different fruits to create a bright summertime dessert.


  • 1 cup frozen fruit: peaches, mangos, berries, etc
  • 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey or real maple syrup


  1. In a food processor or high powered blender, combine the three ingredients until well blended.
  2. Serve with toppings, plain or with your favorite sauce.
  3. Store leftovers in freezer.


Can be served immediately as a soft serve or frozen for 2 hours to reach a hard consistency (as seen in picture).

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Category: Dessert


View Comments (3)
  • Perfect timing, Sherron! It’s starting to get awfully hot out here in California, and this is a summer treat that I never would have thought about. I’m not a big “froyo” guy, but this looks really easy to prepare.

    I’ve recently gotten into stevia as a sweetener, do you think that would work as a replacement for the honey/maple syrup?

    Beautiful pictures and thanks for the post.

  • Hello William,

    Thank you! I do think the stevia would work as a sweetener. I would add a little at a time, taste and then adjust. This way you don’t over do it with the sweetness.

    Have a lovely day!


  • What setting do you use? Should I blend the frozen fruit first before adding the yogurt? Or should I place all the ingredients in and just blend on high?

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