A sweet, deceptively complex frozen yogurt that layers rich blackberries with brown sugar and a touch of clove.
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Campari and orange zest emphasize raspberry's subtleties for a sweet-tart frozen yogurt with a slight bitter finish.
The classic creamsicle gets an upgrade with tangy yogurt and a big jolt of orange zest to bolster the fruit's bittersweet citrus edge.
The best frozen yogurt is also the easiest to make. It's just full-fat yogurt and sugar, and churns up into a creamy yet fresh-tasting frozen dessert that does justice to all of yogurt's natural tangy flavors.
A creamy, tangy fro-yo rich with mango sweetness and lime.
A frozen yogurt that earnestly tastes like real strawberries. And yes, it's totally okay to eat for breakfast.
The addition of tangy, thick Greek yogurt complements the rhubarb's own tart flavor, and adds creamy depth and intensity, making for a dessert that is at once brightly refreshing and indulgently satisfying.
This ice cream is light and tart, as any good frozen yogurt should be, but with a deep, floral richness from the honey and a bright, herbaceous finish.
Use a very dry white wine here; it needs to stand out to a fair amount of sugar, and sweeter wines will taste cloying. Make sure your yogurt and wine are well chilled. If not, you'll need to chill your base before churning.
We got so excited creating this recipe just for Serious Eats. The blueberries have that perfect balance of sweet and tart. We've combined blueberries and yogurt for a refreshing treat that you don't need to heat up your kitchen to enjoy. I think a scoop of this is amazing solo, but a little granola gives it a great textural contrast (and possibly an excuse to eat it for breakfast!).
The tartness of yogurt and lemon are dialed up still further with a pinch of citric acid crystals.
Yogurt from your local PinkMangoRedBerry outlet simply doesn't compare to the stuff you can make at home. This version has only two ingredients, and making it happens so quickly, you'll worry you missed a step. We decided to roast cherries for a luscious compote, brightened by lemon zest and intensified with cherry liqueur and toasted spices, to spoon on top.
Ever since I got my Cuisinart ICE-20 at the beginning of the summer, I've been churning out flavor after delectable flavor of cool, smooth, luxurious ice cream. And while there's certainly nothing wrong with indulging every now and again (and...