This Strawberry Banana Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt Recipe takes just a couple of minutes and 3 easy ingredients. No sugar added, just Bananas, Strawberries and Yogurt. That’s it! I’m in heaven!
Place all ingredients in a food processor. Process for about 30 seconds, scrape down the sides. Repeat until mixture is creamy and all the fruit is blended in. Serve immediately for soft serve, or freeze for 2 hours and serve as ice cream.
Enjoy the sweet satisfaction of a homemade dessert with this Strawberry Banana Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt recipe – a delightful blend of fruity flavors and creamy goodness.
Frozen yogurt is a beloved dessert that’s both delicious and relatively healthier compared to traditional ice creams. With our Strawberry Banana Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt recipe, you can now bring the joy of homemade frozen yogurt right into your kitchen. If you’re in search of simple frozen yogurt recipes that don’t skimp on flavor, this one’s for you.
The winning combination of strawberries and bananas adds a burst of natural sweetness and a touch of tanginess to the frozen yogurt. It’s an easy frozen yogurt recipe that strikes the perfect balance between creaminess and fruitiness, resulting in a dessert that’s as refreshing as it is satisfying.
Our step-by-step guide shows you how to make frozen yogurt from the comfort of your home. The process is straightforward and requires only a handful of ingredients. Whether you’re looking for a quick and healthy dessert for a warm day or a tasty treat to satisfy your sweet tooth, this DIY soft serve frozen yogurt is sure to hit the spot.
Dive into the delightful world of homemade frozen yogurt with this Strawberry Banana Soft Serve Frozen Yogurt recipe. It’s a fun and flavorful way to enjoy a healthy dessert. Happy blending!
This ‘ice cream’ is incredible. It really is. I’ve seen about a dozen versions of this online. The one I based this recipe off of was from BuzzFeed posted on Goodful Facebook page. The recipe there didn’t provide the right consistency/results that I was looking for. So I modified it slightly. I’ve only tried the Banana Strawberry version so far, but I will likely use this recipe as a base for more quick frozen desserts.
If you are looking for a no-sugar added dessert, and one that’s quick, this is the dessert for you. Just freeze your bananas when they get too ripe to eat so you can make this anytime.