5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt

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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.
Author: Kelly Senyei
4.94 from 31 votes
Cool and creamy 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt in a white bowl next to fresh peaches
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 4 servings


  • 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


  • 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.


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. 5 stars
    Hubby and I love this recipe! It has become a staple for an evening dessert in our house. The yogurt makes it filling and it is refreshing and delicious. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. This was fabulous I had abundance of peaches so I cut up and froze them — peel on. Used food processor and perfect even with peel

  3. Can I use a high speed electric blender for these frozen yogurts??? Don’t have a food processor.

    1. Hi Lori! Some commenters have had success in using a blender and others haven’t so I can’t say with certainty if that will work. Let me know if you give it a shot!

  4. 5 stars
    5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt This is delicious! I think this will be my go to dessert this year. I love frozen yogurt and with this recipe I’m sure to eat a healthy version. Thank you!

  5. 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!

  6. 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! :)

      1. You said it makes 4 servings. I live alone so should I freeze some or just refrigerate all of them. Also could you use strawberries or blackberries.

      2. Hi Barbara! You can freeze any leftovers in an airtight container for up to 1 month. It’ll freeze solid but if you remove it for a bit prior to scooping, it’ll soften back up. And any type of frozen fruit works, including strawberries and blackberries!

  7. I have the no sugar added(has some sucralose) in it so I drained and bagged them and now I’m freezing them and I have light and got peach yogurt to put in the vitamix once they are frozen so gingers crossed.

  8. 5 stars
    I purchased a box of peaches from the Peach Truck for the first time this summer. I was tired of the usual peach salsa, peach crumble, etc. so I tried this easy frozen yogurt recipe and it was delish! Of course I had to add my own little spin to it by adding maple syrup instead of the honey or agave. I also added a bit of peach & raspberry liqueur which gave it a nice spirited kick. My guests will love it! Thank you.

    1. 5 stars
      I love your recipes and content, but the extreme amount of pop-ups and ads make the page unpleasant to use. 3 ads have popped up over the comment section while typing this…

  9. 5 stars
    Hit the spot! I had frozen peaches on hand, agave nectar, lemon and 0% Fat Greek Yogurt. Smooth, cold, and tasty in 5 minutes!

  10. 5 stars
    Thank you! I needed inspiration what to cook for a work cooking challenge where two of the ingredients were a tin of peaches and strawberry yogurt! I used this as inspiration and it came out surprisingly well even with no lemon juice and sugar syrup instead of the honey as they weren’t in the permitted store cupboard list ;)

  11. 5 stars
    I made this recipe using frozen mangoes and also used maple syrup instead of the agave nectar or honey; I served it topped with fresh raspberries. Pure delight So simple and so easy to make.
    I made a simple recipe (serves four); next time I’ll double or triple it!

  12. 5 stars
    LOVE this! I made a triple batch, and used the most perfect ripe peaches. I just cut them in half and took out the pits, then cut the halves into quarters to freeze. I only had about a tablespoon of lemon juice, so that is all I used. And we are maple syrup lovers, so I subbed in 6 TB of maple syrup for 9 TB of honey. The first batch, I put everything into the food processor, and had to keep opening it up to get the big chunks to go to the bottom to be processed. The second batch, I only put half the peaches in at first, with all of the yogurt and other ingredients, and then added peaches through the feeder in the top. That worked much better. I am going to try this all the time instead of buying ice cream or frozen yogurt! SO easy and the flavour is so fresh!

  13. 4 stars
    I just tried it in the blender and had to do very small batches to keep it from seizing up. It is really delicious, though — worth the extra time to pulse & scrape.

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

  14. If freezing fresh peaches, can they be with the skins, or do the skins need to be removed? I just split a 25 lb box of Georgia peaches with a friend, and in looking for ideas of things to make with them, came across this recipe/site and definitely want to try this!! Thanks in advance!

  15. Hi, does it absolutely have to be fresh lemon juice, or can I use store bought? Not a big deal to buy a lemon but in case I don’t have one on hand…


  16. Ok maybe this is a silly question…but what’s the difference between a bag of frozen peaches only needing to be 16oz but fresh peaches, frozen solid needs to be 4 cups (32oz) ?

  17. I don’t have a food processor. Do you think I could make this with my blender? Sorry if this is a dumb question, but I thought I’d ask before I ruin my blender.

    1. Not a dumb question at all. :) A blender works, but you’ll want to scrape down the sides as needed. Enjoy!

  18. 5 stars
    It was kind of a pain to get the frozen peaches to break up enough to make it. I had to keep taking large chunks out of the processor and chop with a knife BUT it was very good and I might try frozen strawberries next time.

  19. Hi, can I use fresh fruit or will this work only with frozen fruit? Can you add a drop of alcohol for flavour?

    1. Hi Anna! Fresh fruit can be used in place of frozen, however, the fresh fruit must be frozen solid to reach the desired consistency. And yes, feel free to add in your alcohol of choice!

  20. 5 stars
    Made for a friend who loves peaches, used a blender and honey came out beautiful, took few more minutes because of the blender being old, but tastes wonderful. Thank you

  21. 5 stars
    It was so nice. I was looking for something fast and easy to make with some peaches I had frozen earlier in the year and it was perfect. Thanks. I will make this again over and over.

    1. Hi Gloria! A blender should work, you’ll just likely need to scrape down the sides more frequently. Enjoy!

  22. 5 stars
    I put in all the ingredient at once, no problem processing. It was so creamy and smooth.
    This is the best recipe for frozen yogurt. I made it with peaches, then another batch using a mix of raspberries, blueberries, strawberries and blackberries. I did adjust the yogurt to my taste. Both flavors were delicious. I licked the bowl, did not want to waste any. Yummm.

  23. 5 stars
    About a year late but I just made this to get rid of a bunch of frozen peaches that have been hanging out for a while and it was delightful!

  24. 5 stars
    Made this with Greek yogurt and it turned out AMAZING!!!! Can’t wait to try other fruits too. Thank you, Kelly!!!!

  25. I just made this and it is AMAZING! I changed the measurements a bit and used vanilla yogurt & it turned out great (:

      1. Hi Dawn! I haven’t tried that but it *should* work. Let me know if you give it a shot!

  26. This recipe sounds yummy and I will being trying it tomorrow…Have you tried making it with a different kind of fruit?

  27. How do u make yogurt without using yogurt maybe using almond milk ,coconut milk or whatever? It’s

    1. Hi Anita – I’ve never tried making this recipe without the yogurt, so I can’t say for certainty how the texture would turn out if you substituted almond or coconut milk. Let me know if you give it a shot!

  28. I made this today with a half jar of home canned peaches. I confess, I didn’t follow ‘exact’ measurements. However, the recipe is gracious and we had a delightful dessert! It’s only March… This summer this recipe will be super fun to try with fresh peaches!! Yum!! Thank you!

  29. I have to count carbs as I am a diabetic. Could you supply this type of information when posting a recipe? Thanks.

    1. Hi Maureen! I’ve never tried making this recipe without the yogurt, so I can’t say for certainty how the texture would turn out if you substituted in coconut milk. Definitely let me know if you give it a shot!

  30. This is absolutely delicious….and so easy too! I tried it with peaches this time and plan on using other fruits soon. Thank you so much for such a fabulous recipe!!

  31. I just discovered your website today and I love it! My husband has to watch his carbs and I’m being successful at Weight Watchers. The nutritional information would make choosing “what’s for dinner” so much quicker. Thank you for devoting the time it takes to maintain your beautiful and yummy website!

    1. Hi there, Bill! We are working on providing nutritional info for many Just a Taste recipes (including this one). Stay tuned!

  32. I love strawberries ,,,I think I will try them,,,,and may be blue berries,,,,this sounds so good,,i have got to try it

  33. I made this the other day, but the peach flavor was really weak…any suggestions on how to make the peach flavor come out more?

    1. Hi there! It all depends on how ripe the frozen peaches were that you used. If you used store-bought frozen peaches, they may have less flavor than if you were to freeze perfectly ripe peaches and then make the yogurt.

  34. The nutribullet may not be large enough to hold all ingredients at one time, but I do have one and going to try.

  35. I made this with peach Greek yogurt, peach baby food along with the frozen peaches, honey and lemon. I also added a few drop of vanilla extract. I love to add baby food to punch up the flavor after all it is pure fruit.

  36. I’m going to try this today. Didn’t know about the new KitchenAid Food Processor. I think I need one!

    1. Hi Becky! I’ve never tried making this in a NUtribullet but I know others have had success with using a blender. Hope this helps!

    1. Hi Amy! I haven’t tried this recipe with non-dairy yogurt, but I think it should work. The consistency might be a touch less creamy. Definitely let me know if you give it a shot!

  37. I just made this frozen peach yogurt (found it on Pinterest) and it is fantastic! So good in fact, once I tasted it, I grabbed the whole basket of peaches that were on my counter and sliced them all and they are currently in the freezer waiting to be made into more of this yummy dessert.
    Thanks for sharing!

  38. I’d definitely go for the peach frozen yogurt and then maybe try some other fruit variations…. I’m thinking strawberry mango would be yummy!

  39. Just made this and it’s so good. I like it tart too and put some lemon zest in too. Makes a lot too, going to explore with other fruits! Thanks

  40. The peach frozen yoghurt looks delectable and so easy! I’d make it with the food producer and mane even give other frozen fruits a go too and experiment with it!

  41. I just made this with a bag of frozen mangoes and nonfat Fage Greek yogurt – had to add a little bit of milk to the mixture because it wasn’t blending but once it got moving, it was delicious! Also used a little less honey (maybe 2 tbs) and lime juice instead of lemon, and threw some basil in. I think it would come out great with any flavor combo!

  42. I’ve heard about and tried the one-ingredient ice-cream made from frozen bananas, but I haven’t tried this yet! A great healthy snack for summer!

  43. So I tried making this and after the 5 minutes the mixture was thin like water and not creamy at all? Maybe the yogurt I used was too watery?? I’m letting it freeze now to see what the texture will be like.

    1. Hi Megan – Were the strawberries frozen and did you use full-fat yogurt? My guess is maybe the fruit wasn’t cold enough, as that’s what contributes the thicker consistency.

  44. Umm, this amazing! Followed your recipe exactly in my food processor and it turned out perfect. I will definitely be making this all Summer!

  45. Is there a way to make this Paleo without the yogurt? Wondered about adding coconut cream instead but don’t want to waist all the ingredients if it is not going to taste good. Any thoughts or things you have tried?

    1. Hi Donna! I’ve never tried making this recipe without the yogurt, so I can’t say for certainty how the texture would turn out if you substituted in coconut cream.

  46. I’d totally make the frozen peach yogurt, then try strawberry, blueberry and raspberry. I’d use greek also because we really don’t buy any other. We always have frozen fruit. And Our food processor is about 40 years old with only the shredder attachment! Also I just found a crack in my kitchen aid blender *sniff*.

  47. I suggest you add the peaches gradually after the other ingredients. Keep adding as it smoothens or it’s too bulky to mix. Tastes wonderful and guilt free!

  48. Hey this looks amazing! I could use a blender for this right..and get the same thing? Kinda seems like a smoothie…just a litte thicker….

    1. Hi Katie! I haven’t tried it with Greek yogurt, so I can’t say with certainty, but I imagine it’d work, although the yogurt would be slightly thicker. Let me know if you try it!

  49. You scream, I’ll scream, we’ll all scream when I make the frozen peach yogurt. I’ll scream best if I win the food processor to make it with. Yummy yummy, tis good for the tummy.

  50. I’m going to try the 5 minute peach yogurt tomorrow night! We are having an ice cream fellowship in the park and I wanted a healthier alternative! Sounds Yummy!

  51. I would definitely make this peach frozen yogurt! Love healthy alternatives to ice cream. Bet it’s great with other frozen fruits too!

  52. I am Loving peaches right now so I would definitely make this Peach Frozen Yogurt with the KitchenAid Pro Line Series food processor.

  53. Since its peach season I would do this recipe but it would be lovely to whip up some hummus too!! :) love your blog and all the other media sites you post on :)

  54. I would make the Peanut Butter & Banana ice cream sandwiches if I had this processor. My itty bitty one just cant whip up such yumminess.

  55. Love this quick Peach Frozen Yogurt recipe. Would love to make it with the Kitchen Aide food processor. Needing a new food processor thanks for the tip!

  56. I would definitely make this peach frozen yogurt, and then I’d start experimenting with other variations: blueberry, strawberry, raspberry. Maybe try a combination or use Greek yogurt.

  57. With the Kitchen Aid food processor I would make the Garlic Hummus recipe. With football season only 2 weeks away, this recipe will be great for tailgating.

  58. Thanks for the healthy peach fro-yo recipe as my hubby calls it. That it is fast and doesn’t require a ice cream freezing machine is great!
    I would love to have the Kitchen-Aid food processor. Thank you again.

  59. I just found your site, searching for peach frozen yogurt, so this would be the first recipe to try on the KitchenAid. :)

  60. Just bought the ingredients for this one, yummm.. Wondering about making this quick dessert with other fruits too! Really, the possibilities are endless! Great idea!

  61. I would make this yogurt, and would probably try it with strawberries as well! Have a bunch of them frozen in the freezer from this summer! :) I would most likely make some fresh guacamole also!

  62. I would make my awesome smoothie of frozen pineapple chunks, ripened banana, coconut water, and a Tb of peanut butter…instantly full and packed with protein, potassium and energy!

  63. The peach frozen yogurt, or maybe the mango fruit roll up….Oh, I love to play in the kitchen, especially with new toys, So I would make both and more, more more!

  64. I would love that yogurt! And the processor! I like to put frozen fruit in my blender with a little juice to make a fruit slushy !

  65. too many ways to even begin to say, to use the food processor, I have never owned one but always have wanted one. Love your helpful hints and recipes

  66. I would use this frozen peach yogurt recipe in my new food processor; or maybe I would make frozen yogurt using mangoes, or blueberries, or ???

  67. This sleek machine would be a big help to make a yummy tummy Fresh Lemon-Coconut Cake – with all that frosting and lemon creme …. I could finally use fresh coconut and not the dried store bought flakes – no way I’m flaking and chopping 1 1/2 cup of those by hand. Pura vida all of you!

  68. I would definitely make this peach…or even mango frozen yogurt. Both flavors are “go to” flavors for me! And then it would be on to anything cream cheese…preferrably in the way of a dessert.

  69. a gallon of your homemade roasted garlic hummus would be a breeze w/ that fine, fine Kitchen Aid Machine! fingers crossed

  70. Oh my all the great recipes I can make using this great KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor. Starting with this yummy looking peach frozen yogurt. Can’t wait. Good Luck to you all.

  71. We are old and poor, it would be such a gift to be able to make frozen yogurt and so many other wonderful possibilities.

  72. Being as we have no modern equipment it would be wonderful to be able to make pizza dough at home. I hope I win, I hope I win!!!!

  73. Definitely will make this peach frozen yogurt to start with. Peach is my favorite summer fruit and it is sad that summer is almost disappearing and so will the peaches.

  74. I would start with this delicious looking peach frozen yogurt with that beautiful food processor! Then I’d probably make your Creamy Tomato Soup (with the triple grilled cheese on the side, of course!). Thanks for all the great recipes, plus tips and techniques!

  75. Oh those Mango (and any other fruit i can get my hands on) fruit leathers would be the FIRST thing on my “Make NOW” list with this food processor! Although, this frozen yogurt looks wonderful too.

  76. What a great giveaway! Such a pleasant surprise on this Friday morning. I would definitely make this peach frozen yogurt, or maybe raspberry, or blueberry or…

    Love simple healthy recipes like this.

  77. This recipe looks very tasty. I do not have a food processor, but I would love to own one. Thanks so much for sharing..

  78. Which Just a Taste recipe would you make with your new KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor?

    I would make Samoa cookies!

  79. Oh my…what wouldn’t I user this fabulous Kitchen Aid processor for? Surely I would start with the fresh peach yogurt and process on from there… Thanks for the great recipes!

  80. I can’t wait to try this recipe. Do you have a recipe for lemon ice or lemon sorbet? I would make your Gazpacho recipe in the new KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor. Looks like a great Food Processor. Like the update on the website. Very nice!

  81. sounds fabulous!! and that proc looks like it is amazing…..way better than the old cheap one I have!

  82. I would definitely make this recipe! It looks delicious and perfect for the end if summer months, peaches tastes their best right now. I will definetly give this one a try soon, thanks so much for all your delicious recipes, they give me inspiration and motivation to try cooking at home more !

  83. This looks amazing! I would love to try this recipe this weekend. Sunday morning farmer’s market, here I come!

  84. This would be a great tool and awesome recipe! I stumbled upon your website when looking for healthier and tastier ways to prepare food. As a busy doc. student, I’ve made a vow to make cooking fresh food a nonnegotiable. Any opportunity to get me closer to that change I’m going for it.

  85. THANK YOU for the great recipes, blog, & love your presentations!
    My kiddos & I will start off with the artichoke dip ( for hubby) & then the peach yogurt (for all of us), oh & can’t forget the Samoas cookies.

  86. Love the fruit roll ups! Why didn’t I ever think of making mango fruit roll-ups? I would churn out more tropical fruit roll-ups.

  87. The frozen peach yogurt looks like a great starting place. I’d also like to try your hummus! Always appreciate a healthy and quick snack!

  88. I love to bake but due to thumb issues have had to
    Cut back. this would sure make cooking easier. went peach picking and Apple season is approaching fast so
    It would get a major workout. Apple pie, peach tart and especially pie crust. I double my recipe and flatten into
    Individual crust size, bag and freeze for use all holiday season.

  89. I would definitely make the Frozen Peach Yogurt and would then try the recipe with other frozen fruits. This recipe is a winner and much healthier than ice cream. Thanks for sharing!

  90. I would definitely make the frozen yogurt. I absolutely love it and it’s healthy too. I might even try making it different each time with fruits like strawberries and blueberries. Maybe even make it with cherries. Yummy…..

  91. That peach yogurt looks amazing! I could do soooo much with a KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor. Love KitchenAid applicances!!! Thanks for this opportunity!

  92. Which recipe wouldn’t I make??!! my food processor has seen better days I sure could use this larger model. I think I would start with making crumb topping in bulk for peach crisp!

  93. sveral of my family members have celiac, this machine would help immensely to make the frozen desserts which certainly would be gluten free, Thank you for your consideration.

  94. Frozen yogurt from a food processor? Definitely the first thing I would make.

    And then again and again with different fruits.


  95. peanut butter cookies! and of course this yummy frozen yogurt w/a variety of tropical fruits. :) p.s. love love the churro recipe

  96. That peach ice cream looks delicious. It is one of the FIRST things I’d make with a Kitchen Aid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor! I am new to your newsletters and love your site!

  97. i would have to make the homemade samoas girl scout cookies, they look fantastic. of course i would make the 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt after that because i love peaches!!!

  98. I would definitely make this peach frozen yogurt! Both my small daughters love peaches and peach desserts!

  99. I think I’d HAVE to make both the peach frozen yogurt and the mango rollups right away in that lovely new food processor!! Hope that saying two is not against “the rules” but both look super delicious and it is so difficult find things like these to buy which are not loaded with chemicals.

  100. It’s peach season here and I love me some frozen yogurt, so the peach frozen yogurt would be the FIRST thing I would make with a KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor!

  101. Kelly,

    I think I’ll start with the 5-minute Peach Yogurt and then try other late summer stone fruits in the recipe.


  102. I would definitely make the Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt, peaches & yogurt, how could you go wrong. I have so many recipes that use a food processor and don’t have one. Since being let go from my job and having a hard time finding another, winning this would be awesome. Thank you for the chance!!!

  103. if i were to win the food processor, i would give it to my daughter (even though it is better than the one i have). she loves to cook and is one of the unemployed stuck in today’s world

  104. frozen banana ice cream :) Love that so much! I would give this recipe a try though- I haven’t used frozen peaches before and I think I would like it.

  105. Samoas………..all day long. Samoa cookies, Samoa bars…………..24/7 hot and cold running Samoas…………that is what I would make. Yum.

  106. OMG!!! I would love to use this new Kitchenaid to make “The Perfect Chocolate Cake Loaf” and the “5 Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt”. Very excited to have a chance to use this machine!

  107. I would have never thought about making soft serve with peach! I usually just do banana. I want to try this! :D

  108. I would try this peach yogurt recipe – I LOVE peaches! I have been looking for a quick, easy and healthier version of peach ice cream. This I could do super fast!

  109. I’d probably make this recipe!! I love peaches and LOVE frozen yogurt. I have a bunch of fresh fuzzy peaches. Thanks for a great recipe!
    Fabulous giveaway, Kelly!

  110. i would be making salsa. also would make homemade baby foods for my great granddaughter, just like i did with my own kids. my old food processor finally died (off brand) and my newly remodeled kitchen is all kitchenaid appliances!

  111. This looks so refreshing for a hot summer day! But with college football (and therefore Fall weather!) right around the corner, I’d really love to make the Creamy Tomato Soup and Triple Grilled Cheese Sandwiches with that food processor!

  112. I would most definitely make this recipe, especially since it brought me to your website and lured me in to this contest.

  113. Def the peach fro you you have above! I am in GA, and I have some fresh GA peaches just squishing to get into that food processor! hahaha!

  114. I would definitely make this peach yogurt. I like the fact that there are only four ingredients, none of them chemicals.

  115. I would like to try your creamy tomato soup! It reminds me of an awesome soup from a resturant called bakers crust!!

  116. I would make this peach frozen yogurt if I won the food processor because nothing says summer like like peaches, especially in a frozen treat like this!

  117. I would make roasted garlic hummus! Hummus is a staple for me. There are usually two big tubs of it in my fridge at any given time. I’ve always wanted to make it myself, but I’ve never had the equipment to do so.

  118. Id definitely be making the GREEN JUICE IN A BLENDER, cause I’ve gotten up to 320 lbs. and my body and health is suffering for it. So I’d keep making the “Green Juice” till I’m back to a healthy 205 lbs. Then with the help of the incredible “KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor” and the wonderful “Just a taste.com” I’ll return again with the KitchenAid’s Processor and also My versatile KitchenAid Pro Mixer and start making healthy but super yummy recipe choices from all the foods at http://www.Justataste.com
    I started http://www.justataste.com “Green Drink” for a Diet just 5 days ago. Got a first goal of 10 days, then 30, 60, and 90 days or till I lose 115 lbs. Hopefully.

  119. Ok, so I’m a pushover, I admit it! I’d totally make this recipe for the
    Peach Frozen Yogurt but I’m also eying the Pineapple-Agave Sorbet with Toasted Coconut. Wow, I just realized, I have fresh frozen mangoes and papayas I’ve recently put in the freezer. The possibilities are endless for either one of these recipes.
    Thanks for these wonderful recipes Kelly and for a chance to win this great processor!

  120. I would definitely make this peach frozen yogurt. I love peaches, and it looks delicious! Thanks for this great opportunity to win!

  121. I would make this frozen yogurt recipe. It sounds just my style – fresh, tart and light. I also just bought push-up popsicle molds and this is a great excuse to use them.

  122. Wow, this just made my mouth water! I LOOOOOVE peaches, and this would just hit the spot on this humid day here in Maryland.

    If I won the food processor (which is fabulous by the way!!) I would make this first, but I’d also make the falafel. Sounds so yummy!

  123. Wow, This looks SO delicious. I’ve had a hot, hot summer in AZ with no AC, so I’m ready for some peaches and some yummy yum yum frozen yogurt!

  124. I would freeze more fruit and make different kinds of frozen yogurt. It looks like it would be great for salsa as well

  125. I’d immediately make the 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt recipe with the tree-ripe peaches in my freezer;
    then I’d make the Ricotta cheese… thank you!

  126. Peaches have just been great this season. Can’t get enough so for sure it would be the frozen yogurt recipe which looks delish.

  127. i certainly would love to make the peach desset but i donot have a processor. the machine u are giving away is lovely and i would love to win. peach andfigs together tastes great.

  128. I would definitely make your Homemade Falafel with Tahini Sauce and this peach yogurt! I have two peaches in my fridge right now which would make for a perfect small batch :)

  129. Either the mango fruit roll-ups or the smores pie. Not sure if I would need it or not for the pie, but I would find a way to use the proc. This is an awesome machine and I need it! :)

  130. I would most definitely make the recipe for this peach sorbet and also try to perfect my pie dough making skillz!

  131. Being retired and on weight watchers, cooking is key to my weight loss success. I would make your Baked Chicken Spring Rolls, a yummy healthy snack, using the processor for prepping the veggies. I might even make my own ground chicken using the processor.

  132. I’d make some pesto with my garden basil, then I’d wash the unit and make this peach yogurt! I love Summer!

  133. Since my garden is overflowing, it would be the gazpacho first, but the peach yogurt might be dessert!

  134. I would definitely make this recipe, I’m a new follower and just now diving into all your great recipes!

  135. I would make the mango fruit roll ups…love me some mango. And would probably make the peach frozen yogurt and go one up and fold frozen blueberries in it, because I love the combo.

  136. I don’t know what I’d make first – so much potential! I might give this recipe a try though; it looks delicious and SO quick! Love it!

  137. The mango fruit roll-ups hands down! The peach frozen yogurt would be a close second…I have a ton of frozen peaches.

  138. I would start with this peach ice cream recipe provided, and throw in some frozen bananas for some extra texture!

  139. I have been using a 40+-year-old hand-me-down food processor my mother-in-law gave me, so I’d sure love to win a new one. I’d love to try a dairy-free version of your Peach yogurt, but I’d use it the most to make gluten-free, organic pizza crust!

  140. The very 1st thing I will make with my new KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Processor is this amazingly quick ad easy, delicious peach frozen yogurt recipe! I just bought a huge basket of peaches from a roadside vendor on a little Alabama highway… This recipe has come into my life at the PERFECT time! Thanks so much for posting!

  141. I would definitely start with the 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt! Because, I LOVE peaches. And they are in season. So I would start there….and then….Pesto! Thanks for providing this opportunity to win this great appliance.

  142. I think I would definitely try this peach yogurt !

    I would also want to make some Ceviche and Pico de Gallo. Do you have any good recipes for these? I could not find them in your index.

  143. I would have to start with the peach frozen yogurt – Utah’s fresh peaches are so good – I can imagine it now!

  144. I would totally make this peach frozen dessert! Oh my goodness it looks SOOO good!!! I love peach anything! And the fact that this is healthy is even better! :)

  145. I’d make your artichoke dip. And I would love to make this frozen yogurt as well! (:

  146. I would definitely make this frozen peach yogurt…just 4 ingredients is right up my alley! Peaches are indeed at their best right now.

  147. Not very creative, I suppose, but I would start right here with your delightful 5-Minute Healthy Peach Frozen Yogurt! Next I’d probably try it with nectarines, plums, strawberries, blueberries… Thanks!

  148. I would make your Gazpacho because it looks so refreshing. This peach frozen yogurt looks delicious, but I’m sure it will be just as good with strawberries.

  149. I would make this peach frozen yogurt with the peaches that need to be eaten on my counter! Or Banana ice cream… my favorite!

  150. While tons of your recipes look delicious, I’d have to say that I’d make the Fresh Rolls and Peanut Sauce since I love, love, love Thai Food but live in a small mid-west town and the drive to the city is only done every once in awhile :)

  151. Actually, I was just gifted a bag of divine homegrown peaches and this yogurt looks incredible!

  152. all different kinds of frozen yogurt…soup…i like using my food processor to make Chinese pork patties…:)

  153. I wait all year for peach season, so I would totally make this recipe. Maybe add some blueberries in there or some plums to change it up a bit!

  154. This recipe looks awesome, but I would like to making the Strawberry Margarita Ice Pops in the food pro. Yum!

  155. I would make this peach frozen yogurt! I have my own fresh frozen peaches that I’ve saved for something special. I think this is it! And I’ve just started a diet so this is perfect!

  156. Oh my goodness, I would be making fresh fruit yogurts with this every day! My kids can never get enough yogurt, and this way I’d know it was as fresh and healthy as you can get!

  157. Since I have 1/2 peck of white peaches sitting here in front of me, this would be the perfect recipe to make with a food processor, which I do not own.

  158. Since I have 1/2 peck of white peaches sitting in front of me, this would be a great recipe if I owned a food processor!

  159. This looks awesome, would love to make this, some pesto, and I have been wanting to try some hummus, thank you!

  160. I would make your mango fruit-roll ups or this frozen yogurt. Or some other fruit variation on one of these recipes, maybe strawberry fruit roll ups or blueberry frozen yogurt.

  161. I would definitely make the peach frozen yogurt. Perfect way to use my abundance of peaches from my trees this year.

  162. Omg my recipies would be endless if I had one from ganesh to custrads to pasty to sorbet my list can go on I love cooking always trying new things

  163. I have a list a mile long that I would love to make with the food processor! Salsa and Fresh Peanut Butter would be my first choices!! That Peach Ice Cream looks delicious… I wonder if I could make it in a blender!! :D

  164. I’d definitely try this recipe first since I have lots of peaches! Looks fabulous, Kelly!

  165. I would LOVE to try this frozen yogurt with my new food processor, thanks for helping me win. *of course I will probably try this without it if I don’t win too, sounds awesome!!*

  166. oh man I would make this recipe first!! I love peaches, and ice cream! and easy food processor food :)

  167. I would make this exact same thing- except i’d ditch the peaches and use frozen bananas and blueberries!

  168. The Peach Fr Yo looks so juicy good! I have some nectarines and home made yogurt in the fridge, might have to try this right now as a sub. Cold treats in the Texas heat, our favorite food group!

  169. I would LOVE to make this Peach Frozen Yogurt, the Roasted Garlic Hummus, Artichoke dip, and so much more- All of your recipes look so yummy!! I might even come up with my own Salsa recipe if I had a great food processor like the KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor!

    Thank you for all the great recipes and the opportunity to win this awesome prize!!

  170. I’d make hot and creamy artichoke dip with food processor. The only way to improve on that dip is to serve pie on the table next to it.

  171. Mango fruit roll-ups! Its been years since I’ve had them and the mango will make it quite a treat. Lovely photos as always!

  172. I would definitely start with this yummy sounding peach yogurt, quickly followed by homemade Girl Scout cookies for a teacher gift :-)

  173. What a lovely giveaway! I can’t take part since I live outside the US, but I’d make this fro-yo, it sounds fantastic! Pinned! x

  174. In high school, my nickname was Strawberry Shortcake. Since then, I am obsessed with my name sake dessert…I would make your Strawberry Shortcake recipe with delicious freshly whipped cream…Yum!! Thank you!

  175. I would definitely make the peach frozen yogurt in the food processor maybe add some vanilla bean. I love peach anything and the vanilla bean would add a hint of sweetness and warmth. Mmmmm….

  176. the first thing i would do with the machine is use it at a party,what i would do is mix strawberry and kiwi together make a smoothie out of it and feed it to the family

  177. Awesome giveaway! Thanks! I’d love to try making that peach frozen yogurt! Peaches here are delicious right now!

  178. I Love this Giveaway!! I think i would make this artichoke dip, which my whole family loves!!

  179. Pie with homemade pie crust! I attempted my first ever homemade pie from scratch this summer only to realize my current food processor wasn’t big enough to hold 2 cups of flour…..

  180. I think I might have trouble deciding but I would have to start by making your peach frozen yogurt, followed by the mango fruit roll-ups… and I must say the list is rather lengthy.
    All of sounds delish!

  181. My family has removed refined sugar from our diet and we have a pineapple whip that we love. Can’t wait to see if the peach frozen yogurt can hold it’s own in a taste test!

  182. I would make Just A Taste’s Artichoke Dip with KitchenAid’s food processor! Such an awesome recipe.

  183. oh man, I missed the homemade Samoas girl scout cookies!

    I love peaches so of course I’d try the frozen peach yogurt but I also make a lot of lasagne so I’d want try the ricotta cheese.

    off to see what other recipes I missed. . .

  184. Awesome giveaway! I’ve had a food processor on my wish list for so long. I almost got one for Christmas last year, but my mother talked my fiancé out of buying me an appliance as a gift.

    I’d love to make this peach fro yo – sounds perfect for summer! Or probably an avocado hummus – a favorite snack with celery and carrots. :)

  185. I would make your bacon and scallion hummus. I have what I am certain is an unhealthy obsession with hummus.

  186. This looks amazing, so it would definitely be one of the first recipes I’d make! With peaches in season, it’s a no brainer!! Yum!

  187. Any! I have always wanted a food processor, and just never have splurged on it. It would open up a world of opportunities in our kitchen.

  188. Hi Kelly!
    I would make this peach yogurt recipe you shared and try it with Mango too! Looks yum. Thanks


  189. I would Loooove this food processor!! I of course would have to make that peach frozen yogurt but I also want to try the fruit roll ups:)

  190. Love frozen yogurt, would love to try making this peach recipe with a KitchenAid Pro Line Series 16-Cup Food Processor.

  191. Any and all recipes that require this amazing kitchen tool! Looking forward to trying the frozen peach yogurt recipe.

  192. I would make peach froozen yogurt, or maybe, gnocchu with kale pesto… impossible choose just one recipe!!

  193. So many recipes, so little time! But I’d LOVE to try this with blackberries and vanilla yogurt. I’m always wanting to try my own frozen yogurt or ice cream at home but have no maker, and also get scared away by cooking the eggs, etc…..so I never do it! but this, I could do! :)

  194. I’m thinking that frozen peach yogurt would be pretty awesome in my new Kitchenaid food processor!

  195. I would love to make your black bean hummus paired with the fajita burgers! I have been drooling over that recipes for weeks now!

  196. I am going to pick fresh peaches this week so I would definitely try this recipe – AND adapt it for the blueberries I am picking next week and for all the other fresh fruit I will be enjoying through out the summer season!!! Yum!

  197. Actually, I would give this peach yogurt recipe a try. My peach tree has ripe fruit that I have picked. Perfect timing. Thanks

  198. This looks so good and that food processor is so cute! I would totally make this yogurt with that cute little machine!

  199. Fabulous giveaway, Kelly! I would make this peachy frozen yogurt as I have a bunch of fresh fuzzy peaches in my kitchen right now. Thanks for a great recipe!

  200. I’d make this recipe w/ the food proc! It looks so goo d(and easy!) What a great food proc, too!