Frozen yogurt is a blisswirl of flavors that are so refreshing and crisp you can barely take it in your mouth.
With summer beating down, and my body dwelling in Texas, cold is a required mouthgasm, and those ice cream trucks are taunting. Mostly to throw bombs at them because they’re really loud and that song haunts all the way into my childhood.
I Googled around and to my bliss it you can very easily make frozen yogurt if you have yogurt and a freezer. If you want the blisswirls you’ll need to add sugar, salt and an ice cream maker.
To get the best of flavors and feelings you will need fully fat yogurt from flower raised cows that appreciate being inside you. Low-fat yogurt will have more sugar and tastes like sweetened water anyways. If you still buy low-fat then I don’t understand you and we’ll have to defriend on MySpace to symbolize our friendship being as dead as it.
I have some frozen yogurt for that burn, Once you put it in your mouth you’ll come back into my arms and we’ll unite in blisswirls of mouth cream together.
Erythritol is a sugar replacement with a lower GI that is also lower in carbs and calories. It has 6% of the calories of sugar and yet is still 70% as sweet. The bacteria in your mouth can use sugar for energy but neglects erythritol as food. In fact, 90% of this sweetener is excreted from the body. For more information on erythritol click or touch this word.
I am not a lover of the sugar cravings myself, but I’ve had this frozen yogurt for three days and haven’t wanted to scarf down tons of donuts. In fact, I’ve remained in full beast mode control of cravings.
This yogurt is swirled with a crisp refreshing taste you only get from frozen churns of cream. I daresay it beats any froyo shop, especially since you can customize it to your taste. I’ll probably make a coffee and rose flavor soon with their extracts.
1 Container of Full Fat Grass Fed Yogurt (3 and 3/4 Cups). I used Maple Hills Creamery
1/4 Cup Erythritol, 2 T Coconut Sugar (or Sweetener of Choice)
1/4 Teaspoon Salt
1 Teaspoon Lemon, Coffee, Vanilla, or Choice of Flavor Extract (optional)
How to Create
1. Combine the yogurt, sweetener, salt and extract into a bowl and whisk together.
2. Refrigerate until the concoction reaches at least 45 degrees (mine was at 35 degrees with no refrigeration)
3. Pour into ice cream maker and churn according to manufacturer’s instructions
4. Mindbliss out over your frozen yogurt.
Note: This will come out as a soft serve. To make harder put in the freezer for about three hours.
Serving Size: 1/2 Cup
Macros: Fat: 5g, Carbs: 5.7g, Protein, 5g