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Peaches & Cream Frozen Yogurt

Um…hold on.  Hold the phone.  What’s happening?  What is this weather?  Is this…is this…spring!?!  We don’t want to jump the gun here team you know, it being MAY and all…but can we say it?  Can we officially put our puffy coats away?!

Well you know what?  We’re doing it.  Spring cupcakes.  SPRING.  And you know what we’re doing to celebrate?  Making frozen yogurt that’s what.

Sure, that might read a little more summertime to some, but Abby was in Boston babysitting for the VP and she gets overexcited in large suburban kitchens. 

And then she saw the ice cream maker (which are physically & spatially impossible to own in a Manhattan galley kitchen), and well, the rest is history. 

Plus this recipe has 4 ingredients and comes together in about 2 minutes flat which, when the VP is requesting jumpy, jumpy, jumpy, slowing cresting from a whisper to a scream, time is precious.

So happy spring cookies!  We’re declaring ice cream season officially open.

Peaches & Cream Frozen Yogurt
Adapted from Week of Menus
Makes 1 Quart

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3 cups frozen, chopped peaches, slightly thawed (or if you have fresh peaches go ahead and use those)
2 cups low fat Greek yogurt
2 tablespoons honey
1 tablespoon vanilla extract

In a blender, combine peaches, yogurt, honey & vanilla & blend until smooth.  Pour mixture into an ice cream maker and mix for about 20 minutes.  Place frozen yogurt mixture into a plastic container and continue chilling in freezer until set.

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We made this a couple of days ago & the taste was a bit sour. The thought was it had an overpowering taste from the Greek yogurt. We attempted to adjust the taste with additional peaches, honey, & vanilla extract, but it didn't help. I've made other recipes from this site that are excellent, but this one failed to impress. Still an admirer of the site though!

June 1, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAmy

I made a bunch of different kinds of frozen greek yogurt last summer but haven't broken out the ice cream machine yet this year. Time to dust it off! This combo looks awesome. I love the ide aof sweet peaches and honey with tart yogurt. Yum!

June 24, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKatie@Cozydelicious

This looks so delicious! Perfect for summer! Can't wait to try it! :)


July 8, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLiberty on Less

Mmmm, looks deeee-lish! Our new ice cream maker just came in the mail today, so this will be my first recipe with it. Can't wait!
Also, even though this is the first note I've left, I've been keeping up with your blog for a while now, and I miss your updates! Hope everything is ok. :)

July 22, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterChristina

Beautiful. Gorgeous ice cream!

July 30, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEl

This looks so delicious! Thx for recipe!!

November 3, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKartki Urodzinowe

This looks so delicious! I actually don't have an ice-cream maker, and am looking into purchasing one, and was wondering what brand and model of ice-cream maker you girls use? Thanks, and looking forward to making this!

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