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!
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.
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!
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.
Ready to satisfy that sweet tooth while keeping dessert light and fresh? Read on for the ultimate guide to whipping up 5-Minute Healthy Greek Frozen Yogurt, no ice cream machine required!
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- 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.
- 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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Can I use sweet leaf packets or xylitol instead of honey. I’m not allowed sugar or honey
Hi Christine – I haven’t used either of those so I can’t say with certainty what the results would be. Let me know if you give it a shot!
Do you have a recipe for chocolate frozen yogurt?
Hi Ciara – I don’t at this time but I’ll add it to my recipe development list!
Easy to make choc fro yo – just use cocoa powder and honey or sugar/sweetner – freeze yogurt on a tray and then blend with the cocoa and sweetner. 2 tblspns cocoa to each pint of yogurt. Peanut butter = good addition
My husband loves frozen yogurt, me not so much. This blew my mind! We used frozen blueberries, and 0% lactose free Greek yogurt, the colour was amazing and it tasted incredible. it was so easy to do and delivered great results. This is a great recipe. I am keeping this in my arsenal.
Love reading this, Wendy! I’m so thrilled you enjoyed the recipe!
Love this easy recipe !! Have made many different flavours. Recently made mango, strawberry and banana adding a bit of coconut milk for creaminess as I had fat free greek yogurt. Trying as homemade pops, and eating leftovers for breakfast :) Thank you !
YUM! I’m so thrilled you’ve been enjoying the recipe, Diane!
I loved this quick frozen yogurt! I found that if I added 1 cup of yogurt the end result was creamier which I preferred. Original recipe is good when first made but once I froze the left overs it was too hard to dish out.
Thanks for your note, Carol! I’m so glad you’ve been enjoying the recipe!
I wish there was a chocolate fruit
This is such a quick and yummy treat! Everyone in our family enjoyed it. We are looking forward to making lots of different flavors this summer.
I’m so thrilled to read this, Gentry!
I was wondering can you use a ninja creami to create your frozen yogurt recipe? And can I use different extracts to create different flavors?
Hi Rebecca! I’ve never used a Ninja Creami so I’m not sure, but if it functions like a high-powered blender or a food processor then it should work. And yes, you can use any combo of fruits, extracts, and flavors of yogurt. :)
We love this recipe. Last summer we took turns dreaming up our own combinations. Can’t wait to do it again this summer. Thank you so much for sharing it!
You are so welcome! I’m thrilled you’ve been enjoying the recipe!
I haven’t yet seen that damned recipe for frozen yogurt! How can I rate it in advance? Mireille
Hi Mireille – The ingredient list and directions are listed above underneath the last image of this post. :)
Are you able to use a blender and stil yield the same results? I hope so because I can’t wait to try this!
Absolutely, Emily, as long as it’s a high-powered blender. :) And you’ll just have to scrape down the sides more frequently. Enjoy!
Hey Kelly I love your recipes I was wondering how long you put the Frozen Yogurt in the freezer?
Hi there! As per my notes above, this Greek frozen yogurt will last up to 1 month when stored properly in an airtight container in the freezer. It’ll freeze solid but if you remove it for a bit prior to scooping, it’ll soften back up.
Love it❣ So simple and tasteful❣
I’m curious though about how many calories would be serving? I tried to figure it out but got burned out from the math
and resolved to enjoy this treat.
Hi Cynthia! You can find the estimated nutritional info by clicking on the purple button below the recipe that says ESTIMATED NUTRITION INFORMATION. :)
OMG!! Your recipes changed my life! They are so simple, and fun, and I love them. They are great for when people come over, and my guests are always impressed.
I’m so thrilled you’ve been enjoying Just a Taste, Gabi!
Very easy to make and yes ,though it tastes as nice the next day, eaten fresh creamy IS best. I had plums bananas strawberries and raspberries in the freezer so I ised them all. Have shared the recipe with several friends and family. Thank you!
I’m so thrilled you enjoyed the recipe, Robin!
I made this with my daughter and it was super easy to do! Thank you for the inspiration!
You are so welcome, Sarah! I’m thrilled you enjoyed the recipe!
Can this be eaten immediately after prepping it or, should it be frozen first?
Hi Noreen – You can eat it immediately! Also, the frozen yogurt will freeze solid but if you remove it for a bit prior to scooping, it’ll soften back up. :)
Can I make this with fresh fruit?
Yes, but you’d need to freeze it first!
Super good. My additions were a bit of fresh lemon juice to cut any bitterness of yogurt. Swerve instead if honey, and a little non fat milk to keep things moving nicely in the blender. I used frozen blueberries and mango. Was creamy and tasty with very low calories and no fat. No more fro yo shops for me. Thanks for this great alternative!
You are so welcome, Coko! I’m thrilled you enjoyed the recipe!
This is SO yummy! It’s also very easy to make :)
I’m so glad you enjoyed the recipe, Lexi!
Thanks Kelly. It is so easy and refreshing. Continue delighting us with these frozen treats
I’m so glad you enjoyed the recipe, Mai!
I made this, but it didn’t work out. After frozen it was solid & not smooth, so could not scoop it. I softened it up some by sitting the container in the sink with hot water. Instead of 3 tbsps of honey, I reduced honey to 2 tbsps and I used fat free greek yogurt. Is that where I went wrong?
Hi Gail! The consistency is smoothest when it’s enjoyed immediately after making it. Nonfat yogurt will make it less creamy.
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