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I recently attended a yogurt making party hosted by Megan Conrad from the Dairy MAX.  With that yogurt, I'm coming up with several recipes using yogurt, homemade of course!  Here's a few links to homemade yogurt recipes.  I came up with this frozen yogurt recipe on the fly when I had some extra berries and a craving for frozen yogurt.




  • 2 cups of homemade yogurt (or extra thick Greek Yogurt)
  • 1/3-1/2 cup of avage nectar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cup strawberries (or other fruit) or 1/3 cup of jam/preserves/spread (optional)

Process the fruit or jam until smooth.  Mix all ingredients together until smooth.  You may use an ice cream maker at this point or you can use my plastic bag method.  For the bag method, you will need some quality plastic zip lock bags. Do not use cheap ones that leak or don't have a good seal.  Since I was only making single serving containers, I used quart zip lock bags.  Fill each bag with your desired serving size (1/3-1/2 cup each).  Lay the bags flat in the freezer.  Every 30 minutes or so, mix up the bags so that the texture remains smooth.  Serve when it reaches the desired texture.  If the yogurt gets too hard, just thaw until your desired consistency.  Happy Eating!