Blackberry Frozen Yogurt

Blackberry5I picked a huge bowl full of Blackberries at the beginning of August and then I was daydreaming what I could make with them. It could be muffins, tart, cake and bread… I mainly used them for baking but there was one recipe for dessert that I wanted to try. It was a plain Frozen Yogurt. So I combined the recipe with my beautiful Blackberries in my mind and started making the dessert.

Blackberry Frozen Yogurt

I used a tub of Greek Yogurt flavoured and sweetened with honey. The original recipe I referenced had lots of sugar mixed in so I add just 2-3 Table spoon full of sugar on top. It was quite good and not too sweet and had some sourness from the Blackberries and yogurt too. If you prefer the sweetness for the chilled dessert which sold in a shop you can add some more sugar on this recipe.

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[Ingredients]

  • 300g (or more) of Blackberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 450g of Greek Yogurt with Honey
  • 100g of Double Cream
  • 3 Tbsp of Sugar

[Direction]

Make Blackberry purée by blending the fruits in a food processor.

Mix Yogurt, Double Cream, Sugar and Blackberry Purée.

If you have an Ice Cream Maker, churn the mixture in the machine.

*If you don’t have the machine whip the mixture with a whisk in a big (but small enough size which fits in your freezer) bowl.

*Take the bowl out from the freezer and break the crystallised part by whipping up at least once every hour until it freezes completely and becomes solid.

Serve it with your favourite fruit or condensed milk.

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Because I moderately added sugar, I serveed it with a table spoon full of Condensed milk and it was quite nice. Gradation colour from purple-pink to milky white is satisfyingly pleasing too.

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Summer has come back to England. Hope you enjoy this chilled dessert. 😋

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