Raspberry Frozen Yoghurt
Makes 1 adult sized portion. Double or triple the quantity as required.
1 cup natural/greek style yoghurt (for a sweeter flavour use a vanilla flavoured yoghurt)
1/3 cup raspberries (fresh or frozen)
1 tsp vanilla essence
Add all ingredients to an ice cream maker and churn according to the appliance's instructions.
If you don't have an ice cream maker, add all ingredients into a bowl, mix well, and place in your freezer. Remove and stir every 20 minutes until frozen to your desired consistency.
I used my Kambrook Soft Scoops Ice Cream Maker to make this, which has a small bowl and makes a single serve. The single serve is an adult portion, and I got two generous kid sized portions from this quantity. If you have a large ice cream maker, just double or triple the quantities.
The best thing about this little machine is that it only took 9 minutes to churn the ingredients into ice cream. So quick! But you do have to plan ahead - the bowl needs to be completely frozen before you make your ice cream, which takes at least 6 hours.
The frozen yoghurt I made was the perfect consistency - frozen but nice and soft and easy for the kids to eat.
It went down a treat and I had two very happy little girls enjoying their dessert!
Can't argue with that face! YUM!
Disclosure: This is not a sponsored post, the lovely people from Kambrook sent me a Soft Scoops Ice Cream Maker for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own.