Vanilla Frozen Yogurt

 
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July 12th 2010By Joy of Kosher

For this yogurt I start with plain and add sugar and vanilla extract, you can also try using vanilla yogurt, but you will probably need to add a bit more sugar.

 

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Squares

 
Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Squares

May 18th 2012By Joy of Kosher

 

Semi-Homemade Greek Frozen Yogurt

 
Semi-Homemade Greek Frozen Yogurt

May 11th 2015By Jamie Geller

This recipe is made without an ice cream maker. It is best to use blended flavors rather than fruit-on-the bottom varieties for this recipe. I personally love plain Greek fro-yo since all my mix-ins are super sweet.

 

Pomegranate Tart Frozen Yogurt

 
Pomegranate Tart Frozen Yogurt

July 12th 2010By Joy of Kosher

This is so easily made with greek yogurt and is done in 30 minutes, healthy and delicious.

 

Mango Frozen Yogurt with Graham Crackers

 
Mango Frozen Yogurt with Graham Crackers

December 12th 2010By Jamie Geller

 

Ice Cream – The Ultimate in Comfort Food

 
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December 22nd 2010By Jamie Geller

They say that chicken soup can heal a cold and mend a broken heart, but I beg to differ. When you need real consolation, there’s nothing like digging into a tub of cookie dough ice cream. And everyone knows that confidences shared over a double scoop of rocky road will bond friends forever.

 

Halva-Inspired Frozen Yogurt

 
Halva-Inspired Frozen Yogurt

May 11th 2015By Jamie Geller

Silan, aka date honey, is a dark, sweet, concentrated fruit syrup that can be used much in the same way as honey, molasses or maple syrup. In Israel, silan is everywhere - drizzled over roasted veggies, slathered with tahini in pita, stirred into yogurt, and featured in braising liquids, salad dressings, and marinades. Sold in BIG jars and less expensive than bees’ honey, I started keeping it on hand and swapping it in lots of recipes. I recently learned biblical references to milk and honey are in fact goats' milk and date honey.

 

Greek Frozen Yogurt with Olive Oil

 

August 14th 2013By Tamar Genger MA, RD

Take a trip to Greece in your home with this tart Greek frozen yogurt recipe based on David Liebovitz's recipe and add a drizzle of Elea Extra Virgin Olive Oil and a sprinkling of salt. After a successful creation of non dairy gelato with olive oil, I wanted to try one with frozen yogurt. I love the flavor of tart frozen yogurt and it is so easy to make at a moment's notice when you have Greek yogurt lying around. Just add a little sugar or some flavoring, sometimes I use good quality preserves and freeze in an ice cream maker. It is best eaten right away and in this case I kept it plain and enjoyed with some high quality olive oil.

 

Frozen Strawberry Yogurt