Frozen strawberry yogurt

Frozen strawberry yogurt

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Prep: 10 mins Plus freezing


Serves 5
Sarah Cook's gorgeous frozen yogurt is intensely fruity and really creamy... but totally fat-free!

Nutrition and extra info

  • Freezable
  • Healthy

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal173
  • fat0g
  • saturates0g
  • carbs31g
  • sugars30g
  • fibre1g
  • protein14g
  • salt0.34g
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  • 140g strawberries



    Once available in Britain for just a brief period during the summer, strawberries are now a year…

  • ½ x 405g can light condensed milk
  • 500g tub 0%-fat Greek yogurt


  1. Roughly chop half the strawberries and whizz the rest in a food processor or with a stick blender to a purée.

  2. In a big bowl, stir the condensed milk into the puréed strawberries then gently stir in the yogurt until well mixed. Fold through the chopped strawberries.

  3. Scrape the mixture into a loaf tin or container, pop on the lid or wrap well in cling film and freeze overnight, until solid. Remove from the freezer about 10-15 mins before you want to serve the frozen yogurt. Can be frozen for up to 1 month.

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Comments (44)

sllyst's picture

Let's be honest, anything fat free is never going to taste creamy. That being said, for fat free, it's pretty good. There's still that slight powdery taste you get with fat free yogurt and may experiment a little with a higher fat content to compare.
I also made it in my ice cream machine as the hardness seems to have been a issue but that is more to do with the low fat/high water volume so compromises have to be made.

janerowe's picture

I think this is just yummy. Yes, its like solid ice when it first comes out of the freezer but like others have said if you take it out an hour before you need it then it's a beautiful texture. Maybe worth putting into 2 batches into the freezer so that you only have to defrost one if you don't need so much. I also misread the recipe and used the whole can of milk… And I will next time too, was just the right amount of sweetness for me.

zibzob's picture

could roll ito into a long sausage shape in foil then put it into a tub. then that way you could slice of what you need when you want it maybe?

rosievimes's picture

Thought this tasted okay, the chunks of strawberry were a nice touch, but really wasn't sure about the texture. Think I'll stick to ice cream in the future!

faysicals's picture

Its a fab recipe, so easy to put together and all the family absolutely love it.

veronica762007's picture

I adapted this & used frozen mixed berries and banana. I found it too sweet with the condensed milk, so second time around I left it out and it was yummy. Also easier to defrost if poured into individual size portions.

bridiehowe's picture

I love this recipe. To make the consistency a bit smoother I stirred it vigorously after 1,2 and 3 hours after freezing. Take the pot out of the freezer at least half an hour before serving otherwise it is very hard to scoop.

john222's picture

Will never try this again,,,,total disaster !!!!! Super hard as ice! No way to scoop!!!

jmaslin's picture

Very easy to make but mine turned out quite sour. Might be worth dividing into a few smaller containers so as easier to dip into the freezer and take out a portion (not hack a "slice" off the whole block)!

ruby_may98's picture

Used vanilla flavoured yoghurt with no fat and put it in the fridge for an hour before serving and was easy to scoop out. Tasted gorgeous, will definitely do again!

Prettydelicious's picture

I have made easy-to-scoop ice cream with condensed milk before with great results and so this recipe caught my eye. I made it with full-fat Greek yogurt instead of fat-free and although the recipe tastes pretty good, it takes a long long time to warm enough to scoop ( infact I used 'defrosted' it in the microwave to help it along). Also I would definitely avoid the fruit pieces in future because they just become blocks of strawberry ice. Would make an adapted version of this recipes again though as everyone enjoyed the taste and it was a very pretty colour.

cjeajj's picture

Taking advice from earlier comments, I pureed the strawbs and to reduce the water content I used 2% fat greek yoghurt.
I only had 320g of the greek yoghurt (but I calculate this makes it 1% fat overall and adds ~50 kcals per serving). It turned out super creamy, rich strawberry flsvour and not at all yoghurt-y. I'll definitely do it again.

shedley's picture

Taste-wise this was delicious however like other people have commented it was full of ice crystals and I couldn't get it out of the tub for ages - it froze into a solid block.

blulou's picture

Its difficult to make anything frozen without fat be lovely and soft to scoop. And I have never managed to add chunks of fruit to any frozen dessert and it not turn into fruity ice chunks. I pureed all the fruit for this and froze it in a loaf tin, lined with cling film. turn it out when set and wrap in film. serve in slices, I sliced with a warm knife and put them on plates in the fridge before we even started dinner, was lovely by the time got to dessert with strawberries on the side. Better than anything of similar ilk that i've bought from the supermarket so I've no complaints.

missymisfit's picture

I used about double or more of the strawberrys pureed in a juicer. I still used the 'pulp' but it doesn't taste very fruity to me at all. I can just taste the yoghurt. :-(

ginalb40's picture

This works really well in an ice cream maker too - I didn't leave any lumps of strawberry as got a little trigger happy with the blender, but I didn't miss them. Not too sweet, either!

Annie-Lou's picture

I forgot to rate the recipe!!!!

Annie-Lou's picture

I churned this in an electric ice cream maker, and it was delicious.
I did puree the fruit, so there were no ice crystals at all.
It does freeze into a very solid mass, and takes about 15 minutes to start softening around the edges. However it is well worth the effort!!

kgall92's picture

I made this with fat free vanilla yoghurt instread and it taste's just like strawberry cheesecake, i agree with other comments about the sugar content time i make it im going to try a healthier alternative to condensed milk.

cestlagalere's picture

How can this be super-healthy with 30g of sugar? It might be fat-free but this is misleading.


Questions (1)

sallyelk's picture

Frozen Strawberry Yoghurt Recipe.This recipe does not work if you just follow the instructions it ends up icy and lumpy and un-edible. It is the first recipe I have used that has let me down so much. Please add the mixture must be taken out of the freezer and churned several times to stop the ice crystals forming.

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