Frozen Yogurt is a great way to use ripe fruit and make it into something great… Plus, look at those colors! Today I am using strawberry purée left from the Strawberry Curd I prepared a few days before. Added a few ingredients and voilá! Frozen yogurt goodness. Who doesn’t remember going to the yogurt shop’s place and ask for your favorite yogurt mix (mine was yogurt+peaches, with peaches on the side) and watch as they prepared it, resulting in that creaminess that only their machines could. Now, you can get that reach creaminess too. The trick is to use your food processor after the yogurt has frozen. Just like they did at the yogurt shop. By mixing it twice, you are sure that all the fruit gets fully incorporated and that it will break up all the little ice pockets, resulting in a smoother frozen yogurt.
To add some more fruit fun, I also had some blueberries… so in they went. The result: the most perfect strawberry-flavored pink-colored frozen yogurt. This will make enough for 6 servings. You can easily double the recipe if needed. Also, if you want to add chopped strawberries instead of the blueberries, go ahead. You can use this recipe as a base and make up your own combinations! Share them with us, we would love to see your kitchen adventures!