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Refreshing Frozen Raspberry Yoghurt

by Jane (follow)
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frozen raspberry yoghurt
The perfect treat for a hot summer day


I have been searching for a healthier alternative to icecream to make as a treat for my children to enjoy on a hot Queensland summer's day. This frozen raspberry yoghurt hits the spot. It's surprisingly easy to make and tastes zingy and delicious. I like to use Queensland's Barambah Organics Natural Yoghurt as the taste is devine. However, if you're making this outside Australia, a good quality Greek style yoghurt would also work well.
I don't have an ice cream maker so the recipe just needs a stick blender, but if you have your own ice cream machine, I am sure you could adapt easily.

Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Freezing Time: 4 hours
Makes: 4 servings

Ingredients
1 cup Barambah Organics natural yoghurt
2 cups frozen raspberries
1/4 cup caster sugar
Juice of half a lemon
Pinch of salt

I don't like to use too much sugar and the final result is quite sharp and zingy. However, if you have a sweet tooth, you might want to add more sugar.



frozen raspberry yoghurt
The ingredients ready to go


Method

Combine the raspberries, sugar, salt and lemon juice in a microwave-safe blender cup and microwave for about 3 minutes or until the berries are defrosted and the sugar dissolves.



frozen raspberry yoghurt
Ready to microwave


Whizz the mixture with your stick blender.

Stir in the yoghurt and whizz again with the blender.



frozen raspberry yoghurt
Ready to stir in the yoghurt


You may want to sieve the mixture to remove any raspberry seeds but I like to keep them in.

Place blender cup in the freezer.



frozen raspberry yoghurt
Mixture blended and ready to freeze


Take out of the freezer briefly every hour for 3 hours as the mixture sets and whizz with your hand blender.

After the final blending, transfer the mix to your final storage container and store in the freezer until ready to serve. It will need at least an hour of freezing time after the final whizz.



frozen raspberry yoghurt
Mix transferred to final storage container


I like to serve a scoop in a glass dish with a sprig of fresh herb as garnish to add an extra pop of colour. You could also try a slice of lime for a zingy finish.

Categories
#Raspberry
#Yoghurt
#Dessert
#Summer
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