Fruity Frozen Yogurt Berries
- Under 10 minutes to prepare
- Serves 3-4
- Can be frozen
- How to make
200g Greek yogurt
How to make
Clear a flat shelf space in your freezer. Then line a tray or plate that will fit in this space with baking parchment / foil
Rinse and pat dry the fruit
Using either your fingers or a small spoon dip the fruit into the thick Greek yogurt. Carefully turn it around in the yogurt to fully coat it, and place onto the lined tray
Place into the freezer for at least 3 hours or until firm and set
Allow to sit out of the freezer for about 5 minutes so that the fruit softens a little before serving. You can cut any larger berries (or all of them) in half to show off the beautiful centres. Eat straight away before they melt
- Dairy ingredients
Keep in the freezer until ready to eat. Once set they can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 weeks (don't re-freeze). If taking on a picnic, keep in a freezer box.
Other seasonal fruit such as slices of banana, pineapple cubes or halved grapes could also be used - just make sure you cut them into suitable sized pieces and remove any tops/stalks.
You might want to give the fruit a second coat of yoghurt and freeze a second time for a thicker yogurt coating. You could also roll some of the fruit in some finely crushed seeds or nuts of your choice, for added texture.