Homemade Frozen Yogurt in 5 Minutes (No Ice Cream Machine) – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep  108

Homemade Frozen Yogurt in 5 Minutes (No Ice Cream Machine) – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep 108


Hi Bold Bakers! I know what huge fans you
are of my no-machine ice cream recipes. So today, I thought we would take it to another
level and make no-machine frozen yogurt. So let’s get started. My frozen yogurt contains just four simple
ingredients and contains all natural sugars that come from fruit and from honey. So it’s
a really great recipe if you’re kind of trying to lighten things up a bit. We’re
going to start out with our first flavor, which is a really nice fresh strawberry. We’re
going to start out in a food processor. Now if you don’t have a food processor, you
can always use a blender. Into our food processor, we’re going to add in frozen strawberries.
Now the reason I use frozen is because when you blend it up, it gives a lovely, thick,
creamy texture. And make sure to use good quality strawberries. To our strawberries,
we are going to add in our yogurt. Now I am using plain greek, but you can always just
add in regular yogurt. So now our next important ingredient is the honey. Now it doesn’t
just add sweetness. It actually makes your frozen yogurt scoopable so it’s a really
important ingredient. If you don’t use honey, you can also just replace it with agave. And
if you’re making a vegan frozen yogurt, you can always use a dairy free yogurt like
coconut. Next, we’re going to add in some fresh lemon juice. Now what this does is just
balance out all the sweetness in our frozen yogurt. And that’s it, just those simple
ingredients. Then we’re going to pop on our lid and then we’re simply just going
to blend all this up until it’s lovely and smooth. It’ll take around 3 minutes or so.
As always, my recipes can be found on my website, biggerbolderbaking.com and while you’re
over there, don’t forget to sign up for my newsletter. Ok great, I can tell it’s
lovely and smooth in there so I’m going to turn it off. Fantastic, I can see all the
strawberries are blended. Check that out. This is the texture that you want. It’s
really nice and thick, almost kind of creamy. Oh my gosh this tastes so good. There’s
sweetness from the berries and the honey and then there’s a little bit of tartness from
the lemon juice and the yogurt. It is a perfect combination, now you actually can enjoy this
right now as is, but I’m going to freeze mine. I’m going to freeze my frozen yogurt
in my trusty ice cream containers and I’m going to put a link on my website for where
I got these. Fill your container with your frozen yogurt. You can see what lovely texture
it has already. And to finish it off, I like to put a fresh strawberry on top. Since this
is bigger bolder baking, we always add on a personalized sticker. The PDF for the sticker
can also be found on my website. Our strawberry frozen yogurt is ready for the freezer. Now
you can put it in there for a minimum of six hours but I prefer to leave it overnight. Our next frozen yogurt is a lovely tropical
flavor, it’s pineapple and toasted coconut. Just like before, add in your frozen fruit,
yogurt, honey, and a little bit of lemon juice. And then on with our lid, and blend it up
until it’s really lovely and smooth. You can probably see already how simple it is
to make the frozen yogurt. You just need a nice fruit, yogurt, sugar and a flavor. Oh
my gosh, the smell of the pineapple is gorgeous. I really am a fan of tropical fruit. Just
look at this, also lovely and thick just like the other one. Smooth, absolutely delicious.
Oh gosh I love pineapple. Now into here I’m going to add in some toasted coconut to really
kind of bring together those tropical flavors. Now fill your container with your pineapple
and coconut frozen yogurt. And then of course I like to add some extra coconut on top. And
then finish it off with your big and bold label. In no time at all, I have another delicious
frozen yogurt flavor ready for the freezer. Our next frozen yogurt flavor is decadent
and almost sinful. It is chocolate and banana. Into our food processor, we’re going to
add in some frozen sliced banana. Now what I like to do as a little tip is when I have
bananas in my house and I think they’re going to go brown, I slice them up and then
freeze them so they’re really great for frozen yogurt or other types of desserts.
Add in your yogurt, honey, some vanilla extract, and then cocoa powder. My tip about the cocoa
powder is please use good quality unsweetened cocoa powder. It will make all the difference
to your frozen yogurt. It will almost make it taste like a frozen chocolate mousse. Your
banana might start to clump together while processing so go in with your spatula and
try to break it up. When you process frozen bananas they get lovely and thick and kind
of creamy so it works really well in this kind of a recipe. What did I tell you? Look
at that. It’s like chocolate frozen mousse. Yep, and it tastes really good. The combination
of chocolate and banana works really well together because I think the chocolate is
that rich side and then the banana is sweet. It’s just so good together. Just look at
the lovely, smooth, silky texture of this frozen yogurt. I like to add some slices of
bananas on top and grate over some dark chocolate. I think this frozen yogurt is one of my favorites
because the texture and the flavor combined make me come back for more. Desserts with mango are hugely requested on
Bigger Bolder Baking so I thought that our next frozen yogurt flavor should be mango
and lime. Into your food processor, add in your frozen mango. Mango is a really starchy
fruit so when you process it, it gets lovely and thick and smooth and it works really well
in this dessert. Next, add in your yogurt, honey, and lime juice. On with our lid and
then pulse until smooth. When your mango is blended well, lastly I’m going to grate
in some fresh lime zest. I adore the flavor of lime, I actually think I should use it
more in my desserts because when you think about it, it’s kind of like a seasoning
like the way that sugar and salt is a seasoning. Citrus and these kinds of zesty things are
seasonings for food, they bring out all of the lovely flavors. Now all you want to do
is take your spatula and mix in your zest. Just like I imagined, it tastes like heaven.
It’s kind of zippy, it’s kind of creamy and smooth from the mango. I can’t get enough
of these two flavors together. Into your tub we go, all the way to the top. Then of course,
place on your label. I cannot wait to try this but this next flavor is one I’ve been
waiting for. A lot of you know that I love to add sprinkles
to my desserts. We’ve made a celebration cake, funfetti ice cream. So why not make
a cake batter frozen yogurt. This frozen yogurt is just a little bit different from the others
where it doesn’t contain any fruit and it definitely is more of a little treat for yourself.
Now into your food processor add in your yogurt. Next add in some cream cheese, honey, and
vanilla extract. This frozen yogurt blends much faster than the others because there’s
no frozen fruit so it will just take around 1 to 2 minutes. Once it’s all blended, add
in your colorful sprinkles. This tastes just like cake batter with that kind of tangy zing
from the yogurt. It tastes so good. If this frozen yogurt wouldn’t put a smile on your
face, I don’t know what would. You can make all of these frozen yogurt flavors and many
more in just five minutes and no ice cream machine needed. Use my frozen yogurt recipe
and technique as a guideline to come up with any flavors you like. So you don’t miss
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back here next Thursday for more Bigger Bolder Baking.

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  1. Hi, I always enjoy your shows. I tried the strawberry one and discovered two things. One don't use whole frozen strawberries, it took forever to mix up and second this is fantastic with chocolate chips added!

  2. Hi Gemma, i tried blueberry, natural yogurt n honey.i kept in freezer and it split after i took it out from freezer. It also had crystals. How to avoid crystals?

  3. This will be a really good recipe for our project. Easy, yummy and simple. But can I add eggshell powder in it? The project needs to use a recycled food. Thank you for the response. 😊

  4. I tried it and came good but when I froze the remaining for the next day it was not scoopable and came icy. I used standard full fat yogurt and added honey too. 🙁

  5. I have a feeling my stomach is going to hate me soon(I'm lactose intolerant) but with this heat it'll be worth it

  6. I recently got both my molers extracted I haven’t been eating and I had to get an IV so I’m planning to make this soon

  7. I went online to find the written recipe but sadly I couldn’t find anything. There are no written measurements of how much fruit to yogurt… disappointed 😑

  8. I know Im 3 years late, but i made this for my family, and everyone loved it! I made chocolate, cherry, and vanilla! I
    Thank you for these beautiful recipes! 😁😁😁😁🤗🤗🤗

  9. , so here's how we make "no machine" frozen yoghurt. first up, take your food processor……. um….. Should I tell her ?
    not hating, just lol at the title. I realise she meant no ice cream machine.

  10. Cant find how much yoghurt was added anywhere. What measure is she using? How much yoghurt did she put in there. I founda recipe with 4 deciliter yoghurt in and 3 spoons of honey, nothing else. It tasted awful

  11. People with fructose issues shouldn't use the honey as it is highest of everything in terms of fructose. Substitute hopefully with white sugar which is sucrose.

  12. I’m 3 years late, but I’m excited to try this! I think I’m going to do Mango and Blueberry. I’ve been looking for a frozen yogurt recipe, it’s my favorite. Thanks for sharing!

  13. I cant do it but i want to but my mom is not letting me because she says to my sister that im trying to make ice cream and says allbof the strabbary ice cream ingredients im sad and you guys are lucky

  14. These are VERY nice but I encountered two problems while making the pineapple-coconut one – didn't have any coconut though so I guess I had three problems lol. First, I used honey (because Greece!!!! 😛 ) and while most got incorporated, some of it froze into small chunks! It's not unpleasant by any means, it's like biting into toffee, just weird and made it kinda hard to mix

  15. Hi bigger bolder baking. can you make ice pops/ice lolly for that is safe your dogs and humans can eat as well.

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