Skip the froyo shop (and all the extra sugar!) in favor of a 4-ingredient recipe for cool and creamy 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt.

Cool and creamy 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt in a white bowl next to fresh peaches

Fast, refreshing and healthy? Who knew a single recipe could cover all the dessert bases! To top it all off, you’ll be scooping into your own bowl of DIY froyo in just 5 minutes.

While peaches may be a summer staple, utilizing them in frozen form means this dessert is ready for snacking 365 days a year. Now let’s get to mixing!

Frozen peaches in a food processor bowl that's next to small bowls containing yogurt, honey and lemon juice

Can You Make Frozen Yogurt with Greek Yogurt?

You can use any flavor and fat content of yogurt, and even swap in the Greek variety for additional protein. But because Greek yogurt is thicker than regular yogurt, you may need to thin your froyo slightly with a splash of water or juice.

I’m a Greek yogurt superfan and love the power food’s ability to transform everything from banana bread and pancakes to guacamole and chicken wings into a protein-packed powerhouse.

A hand holds an ice cream scoop over the bowl of a food process that contains creamy frozen yogurt

Can I Just Freeze Yogurt to Make Frozen Yogurt?

It depends on what your definition of “frozen yogurt” is. Technically, yes, you can freeze yogurt to make (literal) frozen yogurt. However, in order to have the swirled creaminess you see here, you really need to purée it in either a blender or a food processor.

The best homemade froyo in a white bowl next to an ice cream scoop and fresh fruit

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5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt

Skip the froyo shop (and all the extra sugar!) in favor of a 4-ingredient recipe for cool and creamy 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt.
4.92 from 24 votes
Cool and creamy 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt in a white bowl next to fresh peaches
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Servings 4 servings

Ingredients 

  • 1 (16-oz.) bag frozen peaches or 4 cups fresh peaches, frozen solid
  • 3 Tablespoons agave nectar or honey
  • 1/2 cup plain yogurt (non-fat or whole)
  • 1 Tablespoon fresh lemon juice

Instructions 

  • Add the frozen peaches, agave nectar (or honey), yogurt and lemon juice to the bowl of a food processor. Process until creamy, about 5 minutes.
  • Serve the frozen yogurt immediately or transfer it to an airtight container and store it in the freezer for up to 1 month.

Kelly’s Notes:

  • I prefer a more tart frozen yogurt, but you can add additional agave nectar or honey if you want a sweeter-tasting dessert.

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Nutrition

Calories: 113kcal, Carbohydrates: 25g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 4mg, Sodium: 15mg, Potassium: 267mg, Fiber: 2g, Sugar: 22g, Vitamin A: 400IU, Vitamin C: 9mg, Calcium: 44mg, Iron: 1mg

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  1. Hi Kelly,
    I have a couple of questions. First, would using a combination of maybe sucralose and erythritol or sucralose and allulose be subbed for the honey or agave? Do you think it would affect the flavor that much?

    Second, if, after blending, do you know if putting in an ice cream maker would get it any creamier or wouldn’t it make any difference? I didn’t know if the ice cream maker would incorporate more air.

    1. Hi Dave! I’ve never made this recipe with sucralose/erythritol so I’m not sure about the flavor. It’s also really creamy without even putting it in an ice cream machine so I don’t think that’s necessary!

  2. 5 stars
    I haven’t tried this YET…but I’m definitely going to…I started Weight Watchers a month ago and have been jones’ing for ice cream…I have enjoyed Häagen-Dazs Coffee frozen yogurt but I can’t seem to find it or ANY frozen yogurt anywhere except Ben & Jerry’s or the SweetFrog store… so finding THIS recipe is like a personal “shout-out” from God direct to me!! I love peach yogurt so I’m sure I’ll like this…but I also HAVE to ask if ya have any idea how I’d make coffee froyo and how I’d make vanilla bean froyo (and while I’m asking, I’ll push the envelope and ask about chocolate froyo too). I don’t know how Häagen-Dazs sweetened their coffee frozen yogurt, or how SweetFrog does their No-Sugar-Added (NSA)…I only know NutraSweet gives me a weird headache, so I’m gonna try to figure out which of the sugar substitutes will work best in this peach froyo recipe. The WW App has a “create recipe” functionality whereby users can plug-in ingredients + servings and it calculates the WW points value, so I plan on doing that with your peach froyo recipe both with the honey/sweetener and with either Stevia/Monkfruit/Splenda aka sucralose… and I would just LOVE your Pro input about how to do Coffee, Vanilla Bean and Chocolate!! Thanks in advance!!! And thanks for posting this!!! I’m taking this soo personally, lol!

    1. Hi Anne Marie! I’ve never made a coffee, vanilla bean or chocolate version (although I’ve added chocolate chips to strawberry froyo – YUM!). I love the idea of coffee froyo and will add it to my recipe development list! :)

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