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Blueberry Frozen Yogurt

August 7, 2011

This Blueberry Frozen Yogurt was fantastic, even though I forgot two of the five ingredients.

At least I remembered the blueberries! I forgot the kirsch, which would have made it a bit softer, and the lemon juice, which would have “brightened” the flavor or something like that. But blueberries, yogurt, and sugar whipped up, strained, and frozen are pretty good.

Recipe notes

  • I used Dannon plain full-fat yogurt.
  • I have a lot of blueberries in the freezer, thanks to my in-laws giving me 10 pounds of fresh blueberries, straight from a farm in Michigan. I thawed them in the refrigerator overnight before using them.
  • I strained the mixture through a regular kitchen strainer. A little bit made it through, but not much. The dark flecks add some interest, but are small enough to not affect the texture.
  • It was soft enough to scoop, even without adding alcohol.

You can get the recipe here on Google Books, or from The Perfect Scoop, if you have a copy. I bet you’ll remember to include all five ingredients.

Before you go, please check out my friend Jen’s new blog, Tasty Mayhem. Jen introduced me to the joy of eating green olives on pizza years ago. Sadly, she moved away, so I don’t get to eat her delicious cooking anymore, but now I can try my hand at recreating her delicious dishes in my own kitchen. Enjoy!

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8 comments

  1. That looks delicious! Will need to try that 🙂


  2. This looks delicious Jill, Kirsch or no Kirsch – and who can resist purple frozen yoghurt?


  3. Aww shucks Jill, thanks for the shout out. And this frozen yogut looks great too!


  4. looks easy and delicious!


  5. Yummmmmm. That looks SO good!!!!


  6. That little baby scoop of the yogurt is so cute! Gotta love when a recipe is so forgiving that it works perfectly even when you make a few omissions 🙂


  7. With all the yogurt I have around here, you would think I have a favorite frozen yogurt recipe but I don’t. This looks wonderful so I will give it a try.


  8. I love frozen yogurt and this looks delicious. Your photo is lovely too.

    I checked out your friends blog and it’s awesome!

    I am making Jeni’s ice cream tonight.



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