Dairy Free frozen yogurt that is a blank slate for your favorite fruit flavor combos. Perfect cool dessert for summertime. Top 8 allergy free!
Now that the weather is (finally) warming up in my little corner of the world, my mind is turning to all things cool. Think ice cream, berry tarts, slices of melon out of the fridge, and frozen yogurt. Using a few ingredients from my fridge, I was able to whip up this dairy free frozen yogurt in only 5 minutes! The most difficult part is waiting for them to chill down enough to scoop.
Frozen yogurt is so much simpler to make than ice cream because there is no messing with tempering of eggs, getting your fat ratios just right, and no big ice cream maker to clean! This recipe is perfect in its simplicity. Dessert is ready!
Making Dairy Free Frozen Yogurt
For your ingredients, all you need is your favorite dairy-free frozen yogurt, a little bit of extra sweetness, some fruit, and a little non-dairy milk to thin out the consistency to get it just right.
Pop all the ingredients into your blender and give it a whirl. You want this frozen yogurt to be thick so don’t add as much liquid as if you were making a smoothie.
Pour the blended frozen yogurt into either popsicle molds or into a parchment lined freezer friendly container. Let them freeze for at least 2 hours and voila!
Frozen Yogurt Tips
Try to get as high of fat yogurt as possible. The lower the fat content, the more ice crystals will develop in your frozen yogurt. You can also add some fats like avocado to help it prevent from getting these crystals.
Dairy Free Frozen Yogurt Flavors
So many options to try!
Vanilla and Black Cherry (this is what I made and have pictured on the blog!)
Coconut and Raspberry
Mango and Pineapple
Raspberry Chocolate (add 2 tsp of cocoa powder while blending)
Try mixing it up and filling the bottom half with one flavor and filling the rest of the way up with another flavor.
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Dairy Free Frozen Yogurt
- 2 cups non-dairy yogurt of choice `
- 1/2 cup frozen fruit of choice
- 1/4 cup sugar or coconut sugar, date sugar, raw sugar, or maple syrup
- 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/4 cup non-dairy milk of choice for thinning if necessary
- Add all the ingredients to the blender, expect for the non-dairy milk. Blend until smooth. If you need to thin out the mixture, add the milk a little at a time. You want the mixture to be thick but not as thin as a smoothie.
- Place into popsicle molds or into a parchment lined freezer safe container. Let chill for 2 hours or until fully frozen.
- These will keep for up to a month in the freezer.