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Honey Vanilla Frozen Yoghurt ~ 蜂蜜香草优格



This honey flavoured vanilla frozen yoghurt is an A,B,C recipe.  Just dump all the ingredients into a mixing bowl, plunge in an immersion blender, blend till the mixture is smooth, then keep in the refrigerator overnight.  The next day, I freezed it in the ice cream maker and it could be served straightaway or freezed further for a desired firmer texture.  A bit tart though, so added a sprinkling of dried berries for more sweetness and nuts for added crunch!


Recipe for Honey Vanilla Frozen Yoghurt  ~  蜂蜜

Ingredients

  • 1 litre low fat plain yoghurt
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • Vanilla seeds from a Vanilla pod
  • a pinch of salt
Method
  1. In a mixing bowl blend all the above ingredients using an immersion blender till mixture is smooth.
  2. Cling wrap the mixture, keep refrigerated overnight.
  3. Freeze in the ice cream maker for 30 mins.
  4. Pour the mixture into a container and keep in the freezer before serving.





 I'm submitting this post to the Best Recipes for Everyone, May 2015 Event
(Theme :  My Favourite Desserts)  organized by Fion of XuanHom's Mom and
co-hosted by  Aunty Young

and to 



 the Little Thumbs Up event, organised by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids, and
Doreen of  My Little Favourite DIY and co-hosted by  Cheryl of  Baking Taitai and the theme
for May is 'Yoghurt'

Comments

  1. This frozen yoghurt looks so cool! Yummy ~

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  2. Oh this is must try recipe :D

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  3. I just made frozen yogurt too via the immersion blender method, it's so quick and easy! My ice cream machine died on me, so I'm freezing it directly, l wish I can try yours!

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  4. Hi Cheah,

    I think this is one of healthiest frozen treats that I have ever seen... Very lovely combination!

    Zoe

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  5. Hi Cheah, this sounds like a very mouth-watering combination of flavours! Looks really delicious and tempting. Thanks for sharing it to BREE!

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  6. Love this dish. Simple and healthy !

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  7. Hi Cheah,
    This is such a wonderful and healthy frozen yogurt.. It is simply irresttible !
    mui

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  8. Hi Sokehah, love this simple A,B, C recipe which is so healthy and refreshing!

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  9. Very delicious!!!!!!

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