This weekend’s weather has been incredible. In fact, this whole summer has.
Heading out in the sun, or relaxing in the garden, you often need something to cool you down. Usually I’ll stick a bottle of water in the fridge or have a couple of rocket lollies which are packed full of sugar. The latter, not really ideal.
I don’t have an ice cream maker and I have no plan on ever buying one. Something that you might use a couple of times a year isn’t really worth splashing out on. However, I discovered that my food processor would do just the trick. Recently picking one up from Lidl (£16.99 – hello bargain), I haven’t put it down. It’s incredible what it can whip up, frozen yoghurt being one of its magic tricks.
This recipe contains only three ingredients, which makes it not only simple to make, but quite cheap.
You can pick up frozen berries in the supermarket freezers, or why not buy in bulk and freeze a batch from fresh before they go off?
As with all my recipes, it’s of course gluten free, but this time also sugar free and dairy free. I decided on giving Alpro soya natural yoghurt a go. I’ve never been a fan of soya milk, but once blended with berries and honey you’d never be able to tell the difference. Also using honey instead of refined sugar is a great way to keep this guilt free. The perfect balance of creamy and icy, I already
can’t wait to make the next batch!
250g frozen berries
8 tbsp Alpro natural yoghurt
3 tbsp honey
- Blend together all ingredients in a food processor for just under 5 minutes, or until smooth.
- Transfer into a tupperware and transfer into the freezer.
- Leave to set in the freezer for roughly an hour and serve, or leave for later.