By   February 8, 2014

Frozen Yogurt (13 of 14)

Meet Abigail. Abigail is my sweet 10-year old daughter. She is incredibly good at everything that  she challenges herself to do. She is a piano player, a great artist, a reader… Lately, she started bringing cook books from the school’s library, watching “Master Chef Jr.” and hanging out in kitchen watching me cook, and trying to get her hands on everything she can.

Frozen Yogurt (2 of 14)

This recipe was adopted from one of  the cookbooks for children. It is very simple, quick, and very delicious dessert. This Frozen Yogurt not only tastes good, but provides lots of essential nutrients.


  • 2 cups plain fat free Greek Yogurt
  • 2/3 cup heavy cream
  • 1/4 cup sifted powdered sugar
  • 1 cups frozen cherries
  • 1/2 cup chocolate chips
  • 1/2 cup mini marshmallows
  • (there is a cup of black currants shown in a picture that was mixed with additional 2 cups of yogurt)

Recipe Idea: this recipe can be made with 2 cups of your favorite ingredients, like bananas, strawberries, shopped candy bars, chocolate chips, or meringues.

Frozen Yogurt (1 of 14)

Pour the cream into the mixing bowl and sift in the powdered sugar. Whip the cream to soft peaks.

Frozen Yogurt (5 of 14)

Frozen Yogurt (6 of 14)

Gently fold the yogurt, cherries, marshmallows, chocolate chips into the cream using a plastic spatula.

Frozen Yogurt (7 of 14)

Frozen Yogurt (8 of 14)

Spoon the mixture into the plastic container, and freeze.

Frozen Yogurt (9 of 14)

Frozen Yogurt (10 of 14)

Stir the mixture after 2 hours to prevent ice crystals from forming, and freeze for at least 2 hours more. Meanwhile, you can make one more flavor. We did black currant topping, which has a gorgeous color, and tastes soooo good.

When the mixture is completely frozen, allow it to soften for a few minutes before serving.

Frozen Yogurt (11 of 14)



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