Impress Your Friends With This Recipe For Homemade Frozen Yogurt
If you're in the mood for an after dinner treat, you can't go wrong with frozen yogurt. It's tasty, easy to prepare and can be whipped up in seconds.
We've put together a simple recipe below and it's a great low-fat dessert option. You can choose to make it with one of several varieties of yogurt including plain, Greek, full-fat and non-fat yogurt.
Tooth sensitivity can be a problem for many people, and there's nothing worse than that sharp pain when eating very hot or cold foods.
However, this frozen yogurt recipe is great when you want a summer treat. Remember to use a special toothpaste aimed at tooth sensitivity, such as Colgate® Sensitive Pro-Relief™ and you're likely to see an improvement.
So get the BBQ on, make a salad, and invite your friends over to sample your new found culinary skills.
4 cups plain/Greek yogurt
1 cup blackberries/strawberries
1 tbsp lemon juice
2 tbsp honey
Strain the yogurt (this drains excess liquid so the mixture doesn't become too icy in the freezer).
Add the frozen strawberries/blueberries, honey, lemon juice to food processor.
Process for about five minutes, until the mixture is creamy.
Serve the yogurt immediately or store in an air tight container in the freezer for up to a month.
What's the answer to sensitive teeth?
Try Colgate® Sensitive Pro-Relief™. It is clinically proven to address the cause of sensitivity rather than just numbing the pain. It is recommended that you use Colgate® Sensitive Pro-Relief™ toothpaste twice a day or as directed by a dentist for lasting relief.
Colgate® Sensitive Pro-Relief™, RRSP €4.99
Stocked at Dunnes, Supervalu, Superquinns, Tesco, Boots, Superdrug or visit the Colgate Website.
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