How about a nice simple and healthy frozen treat for summer time? How does no churn, low fat, reduced sugar Peach Frozen Yogurt sound?
So light and refreshing on hot day!
I had pureed some peaches that I had picked from the neighbors yard just waiting for something to make with them when I picked up my copy of Secrets of a Skinny Chef by Jennifer Iserloh. I found it in a bargain bin awhile ago and have made a few recipes, but don’t think I had blogged any.
The pictures you see are actually from the second time I made it. Yup, it was so good I made it twice.
One word of warning, since this is no churn, you really want to eat it the same day you make it. So unless you are expecting a crowd, don’t double it. Freeze the peaches, the defrost slightly and make this as you are ready to eat it. Otherwise it gets very icy and hard very fast.
If you don’t have Greek yogurt, you will want to strain about 1 1/2 cups of regular yogurt until you get down to about a cup of solids. Truthfully, that is pretty much all Greek yogurt is here in the US, higher price and protein count because there is less whey.
You could use another sweetener besides sugar for this, just be sure to adjust it to your desired sweetness depending on the sweetness of the peaches.Delicious No Churn Peach Frozen Yogurt - low fat and reduced sugar. Click To Tweet
- 1 cup chopped fresh peaches
- 1 cup fat free or low fat Greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup sugar or honey more or less to taste
Put chopped peaches into blender or food processor and puree until smooth. Add yogurt and sweetener and puree.
- Place in freezer safe container and let freeze for at least 3 hours until firm.
Let soften a few minutes on the counter before serving.
This is best eaten within a day or two of making, otherwise it becomes very icy.
Until next time, happy eating!