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Max Falkowitz' Best (and Easiest) Frozen Yogurt Recipe
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rlsalvati August 5, 2017
I make this once a week all summer, for two summers now. Usually with Greek yogurt, which allows me to add a bit of flavor (lately limoncello). I also usually add a bit of homemade vanilla.
Bertha R. July 24, 2016
3 ripe bananas, sliced and frozen, 2 cups frozen unsweetened strawberries 6 oz carton Greek yogurt, 1/4 cup cream or half and half, 4 packages of non sugar sweetner, all put in blender and blend until smooth. If.too thick add few drops of cream or half and half. Enjoy immediately or put in container and freeze for later. If frozen for later, let containersit 10 minutes before serving. Delicious, healthy and fast.
Would love to make the recipe sugar-free using Stevia...either liquid or powder. Honey is not an option as I'm looking to create recipes for my patients with zero blood sugar impact. I know xylitol may be option but that is contraindicatory with some patients because it can cause gastric distress. Stevia is my first choice. What are your thoughts? If not stevia do you have any other ideas?
Cary W. July 24, 2016
It mentions that you can make it as soft serve without sugar at all.
alison P. June 30, 2021
didn't mean to flag you- my finger hit the button instead of the link- i'm sorry!
btglenn July 24, 2016
What about adding pureed fruit - i.e. peach frozen yogurt, or other flavorings --- chocolate frozen yogurt. This is a simple bare bones recipe that might be quite delicious, but boring!
Mme July 24, 2016
How little sugar can be used and still get a good texture? Can stevia replace some of the sugar?
Would love to know answer to this as well. Would love to make the recipe sugar-free using Stevia... Honey is not an option as I'm looking to create recipes for my patients with zero blood sugar impact.
Alice K. July 24, 2016
If I add extracts, like vanilla or lemon, will that affect the texture? What about using flavored, sweetened yogurt instead of plain?
Elizabeth P. July 24, 2016
Why kosher salt?
Margaret L. March 22, 2019
Surprisingly, various kinds of salt have different flavor profiles and different measurements. (I know, right? Isn't salt just NaCl? Apparently, not quite.) Kosher salt has a reliable measure and a consistent quality. If you want to substitute sea salt, for example, you may want to use a little less than the amount of kosher salt called for, and be prepared for a few colored specks in your fro-yo that one made with kosher salt wouldn't have.
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