Who says dessert can’t be healthy? Blend your way to the ultimate recipe for 5-Minute Healthy Greek Frozen Yogurt made with your choice of fruit!

Three flavors of frozen yogurt with cones and an ice cream scoop

5 minutes + 4 ingredients = homemade Greek frozen yogurt.

Now that is my kind of math! Aside from the quick and easy nature of this recipe, the real cherry on top of the cake sundae is that this is healthy frozen yogurt.

Glass bowls filled with fruit, yogurt, honey and vanilla extract

So we are talking a dessert that takes minutes to make, is totally customizable in flavor and is so good for that bikini body that you’ll be kicking the store-bought froyo permanently to the curb. See ya!

A food processor bowl containing frozen fruit and yogurt

There are a few important tips for transforming frozen fruit into fabulously healthy Greek frozen yogurt:

  • You can use any type of frozen fruit in this recipe.
  • You can use any flavor and percentage of fat yogurt (Greek or regular).
  • You can add more or less honey based on the sweetness of the fruit and your own taste preferences.
  • You can add in peanut butter, Nutella, chocolate chips, nuts or any other mix-in involved in your frozen yogurt fantasies.

A food processor bowl containing blended frozen yogurt

Ready to satisfy that sweet tooth without an ounce of guilt? Read on for the ultimate guide to whipping up 5-Minute Healthy Greek Frozen Yogurt, no ice cream machine required!

Three flavors of healthy Greek frozen yogurt with ice cream cones and a scoop

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5-Minute Healthy Greek Frozen Yogurt

Who says dessert can’t be healthy? Blend your way to the ultimate recipe for 5-Minute Healthy Greek Frozen Yogurt made with your choice of fruit!
4.63 from 24 votes
5-Minute Healthy Greek Frozen Yogurt Recipe
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Servings 4 servings


  • 4 cups frozen fruit
  • 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
  • 3 Tablespoons honey


  • In the bowl of a food processor, combine the frozen fruit, Greek yogurt, vanilla extract and honey. Process the mixture until it is creamy, about 5 minutes. (See Kelly's Notes.)
  • Serve the frozen yogurt immediately or transfer it to an airtight container and freeze it until ready to serve.

Kelly’s Notes:

  • The type and size of frozen fruit will determine how long it has to be blended. Sliced frozen bananas may only require 2 to 3 minutes of blending, while larger frozen strawberries or diced mango may require up to 5 minutes.
  • You can use full-fat Greek yogurt or any percentage of fat, however the more fat, the creamier the frozen yogurt will be.
  • This Greek frozen yogurt will last up to 1 month when stored properly in an airtight container in the freezer.
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Calories: 130kcal, Carbohydrates: 28g, Protein: 4g, Cholesterol: 1mg, Sodium: 11mg, Potassium: 216mg, Fiber: 7g, Sugar: 19g, Vitamin A: 40IU, Vitamin C: 31.4mg, Calcium: 58mg, Iron: 0.9mg

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    1. Hi Barbara – You’ll definitely need a food processor or a high-powered blender for this recipe. :)

  1. 4 stars
    Thoroughly enjoyed this. Very refreshing! I used 2 1/4 cups raspberries and the rest, peaches as that’s what I had on hand. Perfect! Sweet enough for an adult but probably won’t be sweet enough for children. Also, I used 2% Fage and the consistency straight from the food processor was more like a thick slushy, so I served in stemless wine glasses with frappe-style straws. Perfect! The only reason I left off one star is because since I used the 2%, I was anticipating a frozen yogurt needing a spoon. Nothing wrong with what we ended up with though!

  2. 1 star
    Don’t plan on putting this in the freezer and treating yourself now and then as you would with a scoop of ice cream. This thing freezes so hard you won’t be able to get any out…..unless you let it sit for a while in the fridge or on the counter. Definitely not a quick treat after it is made.

    1. I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy the recipe, Dustin. It’ll be the creamiest right when it’s made and then once frozen, it’ll freeze solid. I suggest removing it from the freezer and letting it sit for a bit prior to scooping so it’ll soften back up. :)

  3. 5 stars
    You can add some sweetened condensed milk to be a bit more decadent . Go easy on the vanilla until you taste it …I like mine with less. Peach seems to be the favorite around our house. Its so easy to make you should really make what you are using fresh.

  4. Hi! Absolutely adore the taste but having trouble with the consistency. Firstly I thought it was because I used Greek style yoghurt instead of actual Greek yoghurt but both times the consistency is icy and nearly impossible to remove from the container once frozen. Could it be because I am using a NutriBullet blender instead of a food processor? Thanks!

    1. Hi Jess! It’ll be the creamiest right when it’s made and then once frozen, it’ll be much more firm. I suggest removing it from the freezer and letting it sit for a bit prior to scooping so it’ll soften back up. Hope this helps!

  5. 5 stars
    I made this for my family and we all enjoyed it greatly. I will definitely be making this recipe again and possibly switching from the traditional frozen yoghurt to the one you have created. Excellent job!

  6. What food processor do you use? I don’t have one and want to be sure when I buy one I can make this recipe.

  7. Please explain “place in a food processor for 5 minutes.” What type of food processor? Food processor and blender are often used interchangeably but they are not the same. All blenders are not equal and all food processors probably vary significantly. The “food processor” seems to be the main ingredient for this recipe and since I am a rather ignorant male regarding food processing I could use some help in this area.

    1. Hi Dan – A food processor is the piece of equipment that has a larger bowl and blade than a blender. You can actually use either in this recipe, but if you do use a blender, you’ll need to scrape down the sides more frequently.

  8. 5 stars
    I made this to take to a dinner party where everyone is watching what they eat. It was a HUGE hit. I made a batch each of mixed berry, pineapple, and banana. I had to strain the seeds of the mixed berry. It really tastes like you’re ‘cheating’!

    Could this be done with citrus?


    1. So glad you enjoyed it! I haven’t tried citrus, but you could start by swapping in half citrus (ie. frozen oranges) and see how the texture is.

  9. Used frozen strawberries that were running out of freezer time. Excellent stuff. Will try freezing next batch in large- cube freezer tray. I have a couple. Easy to pull out one or two cubes at a time for a small snack. Using nectarines in the next batch.

  10. 5 stars
    Is there a way to make tart flavored frozen yogurt? If so what ingredients should I use for it? Thank you!

    1. Hi Paul – Because grapes have relatively thick skins, I would recommend you purée them first, strain, then continue with the recipe.

    1. Hi there! It’ll freeze solid so remove it for a bit prior to scooping and it’ll soften up.

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