Cool down with a bowl of Peach Frozen Yogurt! Only five simple and healthy ingredients to the best frozen yogurt recipe!
(Thanks to Real California Milk for sponsoring this post!)
How to Make Frozen Yogurt
Have you ever made homemade frozen yogurt before? It’s so easy! This Peach Frozen Yogurt Recipe is seriously so so good and has only five ingredients – three of which are Real California Milk products. Can I give you some California dairy facts?
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What ingredients are in frozen yogurt?
I think frozen yogurt is such a refreshing treat especially during the summer. The five ingredients in this frozen yogurt recipe are:
- Real California Whole Milk
- Real California Non-fat Vanilla Yogurt
- A tiny bit of Real California Heavy Whipping Cream
- Sugar/Sugar Substitute
I love summer peaches. For this peach frozen yogurt recipe, I blended up two peaches and used that inside the frozen yogurt.
How is frozen yogurt made?
I love how simple this recipe is to make. All you have to do is blend whole milk with a little bit of sugar, just until the sugar is dissolved. Stir in non-fat vanilla yogurt, a little bit of heavy whipping cream, peach puree, and I also love adding a little vanilla extract too.
Don’t have an ice cream maker? That’s okay! Simply freeze the peach frozen yogurt mixture in a pan and let set. When completely frozen, scoop it out into bowls or cones and enjoy!