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Frozen Berry Yoghurt

Frozen Berry Yoghurt

Frozen Berry Yoghurt

A Frozen Berry Yoghurt Treat

This recipe is a tad over 20 years old. It’s a bit deceiving as it’s a yoghurt recipe made with yoghurt. However, I think this makes it easier to make. Being yoghurt based, at least it is healthier than the usual chocolate desserts. The recipe is not difficult and I think that this is a good one for the kids too. Try to ensure that the yoghurt that you buy has the least amount of sugar of those available. I like to make a berry sauce and serve it with the Frozen Berry Yoghurt. See what you think.

Serves 4-6

Ingredients

1 tablespoon gelatine
2 tablespoons water
2 tablespoons vanilla essence
½ cup caster sugar
4 egg-whites
1 x 1kg carton plain skim milk yoghurt
1 x 250g punnet strawberries, chopped
300g raspberries
extra berries to serve

Method

Sprinkle gelatine over water in a cup
Stand cup in a pan of simmering water, stir until dissolved and cool
Combine vanilla, sugar and yoghurt in a bowl, stir in gelatine mixture
Spread yoghurt mixture into a 23cm slab pan, cover and freeze until firm
Cut yoghurt mixture into pieces, transfer to a small bowl
Add egg-whites, beat with an electric mixer until smooth
Fold in strawberries and raspberries
Spread mixture into a 23cm slab pan
Cover and freeze until firm
Serve scoops of frozen yoghurt with extra berries

Hints

Line the pan with baking paper to make things easier when removing the mixture
Leave to rest before serving
You can make this with one type of any type of berry either alone or a combination
Use some frozen berries to make a hot berry sauce for pouring over your frozen yoghurt

 

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