I spent my college years watching Sex & The City with my girlfriends. SATC night was a bonding session that involved food and lots of laughter. Those were memorable times. :-) It shouldn’t be a surprise that I watched it the first night it came out, and I dragged Dan to the show, too! After the movie, I was hankering for a cosmo (haha). Having had margaritas earlier that night, I settled for a non-alcoholic light, sweet and tangy peach frozen yogurt served in a martini glass, of course. This was a perfect night cap. [Yes, I’m a hopeless midnight-snacker.]
I used 2% Fage greek yogurt for this treat. It was very refreshing and I’m happy to say that it’s another one of my yogurt concoctions that’s approved by Dan. The one-quart batch is almost gone!
What flavor(s) should we try next? Any suggestions?
Here’s the recipe for you to try:
Light & Tangy Honey Peach Frozen Yogurt
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Ingredients to make 1 quart of frozen goodness
- 15 frozen peach slices (defrosted)
- 3/4 and 1/8 cup clover honey
- 2 cups (500 grams) 2% Fage Yogurt
- 1/2 cup whole milk
- In a blender [or Magic Bullet if you have one], pulse the peach slices with 3/4 cups honey until the mixture is smooth and homogenous. If your peach slices are not cold, cool this mixture in the fridge before continuing.
- Mix the yogurt on low speed for 2 minutes, and then add the milk and honey-peach mixture. Mix until thoroughly blended.
- Set up your ice cream maker and turn it on. Pour the yogurt mixture into the bowl, following your equipment’s instructions.
- After 10 minutes, slowly pour (almost like a drizzle) the 1/8 cup honey into the spout.
- Allow the ice cream to churn for another 10-15 minutes. Transfer to a freezer-safe container with lid and put in the freezer for at least 3 hours. I like ‘resting’ our frozen yogurt for at least 24 hours to get the best flavor. I don’t know why, but after a day of waiting it tastes so much better.
Note: You can also use fresh peach slices, although I wouldn’t know how many cups you would need. I’ll have to measure it in cups next time.