This Strawberry Frozen Yogurt is a delicious summer treat that’s super easy to make from just four simple ingredients!
Growing up, one of my favorite summer traditions was driving up to Door County, a narrow peninsula in Wisconsin lined with quaint, small towns.
We always stopped at Wilson’s, an old fashioned ice cream parlor, for a scoop of my favorite strawberry ice cream.
The sweet berry flavor of this Strawberry Frozen Yogurt brings me right back to my childhood!
Strawberry Frozen Yogurt
I shared the recipe for this Strawberry Frozen Yogurt last summer at Simple As That, one of my fave blogs.
Now that summer is back, I had to share it here, too. I didn’t want you didn’t miss this delicious and easy recipe!
Frozen yogurt is my summer favorite. Unlike homemade ice cream, there’s no cooking involved.
It’s really just a matter of stirring together a few delicious ingredients. And once you get a basic recipe down, it’s fun to experiment with different flavor combinations.
This recipe is incredibly easy. It only takes four simple ingredients … make sure you are using the best that you can find. Sweet, juicy strawberries are a must, and to get that tangy froyo flavor, you’ll want to use full fat yogurt.
You will need an ice cream maker for this Strawberry Frozen Yogurt recipe. I love my Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker (affiliate link). It’s super simple to use, and I put mine to work mine year round, so it was definitely worth the small investment. Tip: store the bowl insert in your freezer so you can make froyo whenever a craving strikes!
Treat your family to a bowl of this amazing Strawberry Frozen Yogurt tonight!
If you’re looking for something fun to serve your Strawberry Frozen Yogurt in, I recommend these waffle bowls. They’re super tasty, plus there’s no cleanup required!
And make sure to check out my other frozen yogurt recipes, too:
Treat yourself to this delicious Strawberry Frozen Yogurt ... it's the perfect summer treat!
- 3 cups plain yogurt full fat
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 cups mashed strawberries
Whisk together yogurt, sugar, and vanilla extract.
Stir in mashed strawberries.
Refrigerate yogurt mixture for at least 2 hours.
Add yogurt to your ice cream maker and process according to the machine's instructions. The finished frozen yogurt should have the texture of soft serve.
Transfer mixture to an airtight container and freeze until solid.
Serve in cones or bowls. Enjoy!
What is your favorite summer memory?