Cherry Chocolate Frozen Yogurt

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Frozen Yogurt melting fast under the hot weather..

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A while back, I was given a box of fresh cherries and I froze some in my freezer. As the weather starts to get hotter end of the year, frozen yogurt with those cherries would be perfect on these hot days. I saw Jamie Oliver made frozen yogurt with mix berries in 30 mins (in Jamie’s 30mins Meal), so I gave it a try with a small batch. What goes best with Cherries? Chocolate of course! Using my homemade yogurt, I made this Cherry Chocolate Frozen Yogurt.

Any fruits can be used; the trick is to freeze the fruits first. This method does not require an ice cream maker and tastes best the same day it’s made. The longer this frozen yogurt freezes, the more crystallized it become – it turn into ice. Thus, this homemade frozen yogurt is best eaten immediately or within 1-2 days. This is an easy dessert that can be prepared a few hours before your guests arrived, they will be very impressed!

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Cherry Chocolate Frozen Yogurt
 
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Easy Homemade Cherry Chocolate Frozen Yogurt without ice cream maker. Can substitute with any fruits, the trick is to use frozen fruits
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Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 6-8 scoops
Ingredients
  • 200ml Plain Yogurt
  • 100g pitted frozen Cherries
  • 2 Tablespoon Raw Honey (or more to your liking)
  • 50g Semi Bitter Chocolate - roughly chopped
Instructions
  1. Place yogurt, cherries, and raw honey in the blender and blend until mix completely. Pour mixture into freezer proof container and add chopped chocolate and gently stir with a spoon to distribute the chocolate into the mixture. (To avoid the chocolate from sinking to the bottom of the container)
  2. Put into the freezer for at least 1 hour.
  3. If the frozen yogurt has been left frozen for long hours, let it thaw at room temperature for 1 minute before scooping to serve.

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6 Comments

  1. This looks really refreshing. What a wonderful summertime treat!
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  2. this recipe looks wonderful! The question I have is – did you use frozen sweet or tart cherries?

    • Oh I didn’t know there are sour cherries. There are limited imported cherries sold in my city and after googling for the photos of cherries, the type that I use look like sweet cherries, they are a bit heart shaped. Thanks for your compliments, hope you enjoy this recipe.

  3. This looks so great. I’m excited to give your recipe a try! Meanwhile, I featured you on Momcaster… http://momcaster.com/2012/05/28/homemade-frozen-yogurt-no-ice-cream-maker/
    Sher recently posted..Make Homemade Frozen Yogurt Without an Ice Cream MakerMy Profile

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