Monday, April 4, 2011

Raspberry frozen yogurt


1 cup yogurt *
1 cup raspberry homemade puree **
1/4 cup milk
2 tbsp sugar to taste

When it is cold the amount of sweetness will be less so add a little more sugar according to taste.
Combine all the ingredients well using a whisk or hand mixer then pour into the freezer bowl. Freezer bowl needs to be frozen before making the yogurt.

Switch the ice cream yogurt maker on and let it thicken for about 15 to 20 minutes. Serve or put in an air tight container and place in the freezer.
* can use vanilla flavoured yogurt
** used raspberry puree from last Summer that was made with

2 cups raspberry
3 tbsp brown sugar
1 tbsp lemon juice
2" vanilla bean

In medium heat put all the ingredients and cook till raspberries are soft. Let it cool and put into a jar and leave in the fridge. Can be used as jam or for ice cream.

Recipe adapted from Cuisinart ice cream, sorbet and yogurt maker machine manual and goes to celebrate sweets ice cream at Rasoi, bookmarked tuesdays, hearth and soul, figure friendly friday, fun and sun, Food palette series pink and ice cream challenge.

A fun activity to do for this season, check out the instruction on my site here.

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117 comments:

  1. frozen yogurt looks too tempting...I love it!
    Smitha
    Smitha's Spicy Flavors

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  2. Oh, how delicious!!! Beautiful dessert full of wonderful berry flavor...I'm going to try this once the weather warms up :)

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  3. OOO, that sounds delicious! The color you got is beautiful..
    US Masala

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  4. wow...yougurt looks absolutely delicious...I would love to share some awards with u...plz visit my space n accept it :-)

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  5. I think it is time to pull out the ice cream maker. This looks delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  6. Never tried making frozen yogurt...only ice cream...I must try this.

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  7. Looks delicious and tempting. Nice click

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  8. Once I get my waffle cone maker, I'm going to buy an ice cream maker and make this frozen yogurt! Yum!

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  9. Are you using an ice cream -or- yogurt maker? Looks refreshing and so inviting right now. You've reminded me to pull out my ice cream maker that's never been used. =)

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  10. I have made frozen yogurt before nothing that looked like this.. I actually think you have to acquire a taste for this as well, it isn't the same of ice cream, it was shocking at first... but I learned to like it... will have to try yours looks wonderful!

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  11. Frozen yogurt with raspberry flavors looks really awesome.

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  12. Assalamualaikum wa rahmatullah Torview.

    Thanks for visiting my blog:) You have a great collection yourself. Keep them coming....

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  13. Easy yet beautiful and tasty...Fantastic photo!!!

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  14. That frozen yogurt looks so incredibly tempting right now and the color is beautiful. I love the lightness of frozen yogurt and you can never go wrong with raspberry flavor :o)

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  15. It's getting very warm out here .. this is an excellent choice .. and beautiful clicks! :)

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  16. I like the idea of using real fruits added into your frozen yogurt. Real stuff rules!

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  17. What a lovely color! I could so use this now.

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  18. Looks so delicious and very tempting icecream !!

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  19. lipsmacking ice cream.. I can eat it anytime

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  20. Yogurt looks delicious and colorful. your paintings are really cute..

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  21. This is such a beautiful dessert and so simple! Thanks for sharing!

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  22. Looks tempting..definitely need for a sunny day.

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  23. Yogurt looks simply heavenly. Can't help but keep on looking at your beautiful picture.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  24. It looks so tempting that I want to lick all of it in one go...

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  25. This yogurt-strawberry ice cream impressive ... I document hugs MARIMI

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  26. wonderful one for this hot weather.pictures are tempting

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  27. Raspberry frozen yogurt is my favorite frozen treat! Yours looks delicious! :)

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  28. So Pink and delicious. The weather is killing here. Sun is ready to scorch anyone. i could do with a big helping.

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  29. looks yumm... just want to grab it and eat :)

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  30. yummy yoghurt kids will love it sure......thr r some awards for u in my blog pls come and collect it......

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  31. even though my kiddo loves fruit youghurt i have never made them at home..........but yours are very tempting that iam bookmarking them now itself

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  32. love these kind of simple recipes..looks simply delicious

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  33. too good yaar. u r swaying my self determination to keep away frm sweets :)

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  34. wow...
    love the color.. looks delicious :)

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  35. me back :) Would really like if you could share it with hearth and soul hop in my blog- I am co-hosting the event !

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  36. refreshing n tempting.....

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  37. A great treat for a warm evening!!!!
    Lovelly!

    Kisses,
    Rita

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  38. Refreshing ...looks delish n love tht pot ...so beautiful

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  39. sigh i wish the weather here was good enough for frozen yoghurt sorbets and ice creams...

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  40. Lovely color.. I love raspberries :) so it sounds so good to me...

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  41. Yumm that frozen yogurt tempts me a lot,wat a fabulous dessert to enjoy while its too hot..So beautiful pot..

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  42. yummy wow tempting pic n nice color

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  43. Gorgeous color, sounds like a delicious healthy yogurt!!

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  44. Delicious..love the flavor so much.

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  45. What a lovely color!!! Absolutely refreshing too!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  46. That one of my fav dessert..frozen yogurt!! never dared to try it at home:-) Yours look really yummy n creamy..hmm i will give it a shot soon:-)

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  47. I can never get frozen yogurt to be the right consistency but this looks too good to pass up! Definitely going to try it soon!

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  48. I think this is the 4th blog where I am drooling over desserts:) its raining icecreams and desserts everywhere! Your frozen yogurt looks divine!

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  49. Wow this looks perfect and tempting..

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  50. you have some great looking recipes here, love the raspberry yogurt. Nice to meet you, thanks for stopping by my site.

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  51. That looks absolutely fantastic! I love the color, such a great shade of pink. It's been getting hot here in LA recently, this recipe should make the perfect escape from the heat ;)

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  52. So pretty and tasty specially with fresh raspberries. Love the pictures :-) Have a great day!

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  53. Wow so irresistable froaen yogurt..cute pot painting.

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  54. I am waiting for my Cuisinart Ice cream maker. Once I get that, I am going to attempt this!

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  55. That looks so delicious. One day when I have more storage space I WILL buy an ice cream machine.

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  56. i love making flavored yogurt but haven't made a frozen yogurt in ages. Yours looks so great. Thanks for sharing.

    The painted pot is beautiful. You're so talented

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  57. Get wait for summer to have frozen yogurt!

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  58. Wat an innovative recipe.looking great and soft.

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  59. beautiful! love the pink color of the yoghurt...the yoghurt's perfect for a hot humid afternoon! :)

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  60. Love to have this now..looks superb

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  61. This is looking soooooo GOOD !!!!!

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  62. I love raspberry froyo!! And that looks soooo gooooood....Oh my, I can't wait for sunnier days to come... I like to enjoy froyos when it's warm outside. :)

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  63. It's recipes like this one that make me anxious for summer to get here in full swing. That frozen yogurt sounds so refreshing.

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  64. Your yogurt looks fantastic...love frozen yogurt!

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  65. Yum, yum, and double yum. Raspberries and frozen yogurt are two of my favorite things :) I love fresh simplicity of this recipe. Thanks for linking to the Hearth and Soul Hop!

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  66. Lovely color... looks tempting.

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  67. wow...simply beautiful...loved the colour and texture.

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  68. fantastic!
    this looks so delicious, i JUST got back from my 2 mile jog, and seeing this makes me want one SOOO BAD!

    i have blueberries at home.... gonna make it!

    & PS i love the spoon (:

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  69. This is absolutely divine! Love the creamy texture and would love to have a sinful bite right now!

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  70. Lovely frozen yogurt, looks fantastic. Waiting for warm weather to come to take out the Cuisinart from the basement.

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  71. easy recipe + stunning results = perfect recipe, love it!!

    sweetlife

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  72. delicious n colourful yogurt..

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  73. love your pics...so crisp n nice..!!! yummy yum!

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  74. I love fro yo and this looks amazingly delicious..great recipe...thnaks for sharing!

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  75. Wow! looks amazing and mouth watering! love it :)

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  76. Love the frozen yoghurt. You know what I always have issues making raspberry puree, each time I dilute in drinks or ice cream, it usually taste bland...

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  77. This looks like a perfect treat for spring! Gorgeous color and I'm sure the flavor is amazing.

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  78. Beautiful color, looks delicious. Loved that is with yogurt.

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  79. What a tempting treat! I'm following you now :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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  80. love how this yougurt look
    greetings from California where is snowing

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  81. I love anything pink ...hehe.
    And this looks beautiful as well as full of fruity flavor!

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  82. Looks so yummy n perfect for hot summer days

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  83. Is ice cream or froyo season really here already? I've got to make this, it looks too tempting!

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  84. what a marvelous frozen yogurt dessert. pink color is looking so refreshing and lovely.

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  85. Man that looks good. Frozen yogurt always hits the spot for me.

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  86. Delicious! I'd love for you to share this on my new linky party "Figure Friendly Friday".

    http://familystampingfood.blogspot.com

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  87. Spring-scrumptious - this is so pretty!

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  88. this is great...tempting colour and nicely blended flavours. hope you know erin from bigfatbaker.blogspot.com/ who's currently addicted to variously flavoured curds!

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  89. DELIGHTFUL! the fruit add can work wonders to the yoghurt. hope you know erin at bigfatbaker.blogspot.com/ who is on a current curd spree with different fruity flavours.

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  90. The yogurt look so scrumptious with the fresh fruits in it!

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  91. Extremely yummy.....perfect to beat the heat here....love that color...

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  92. You are a one super wonderful person. Just checked your activity blog today... Was really amazed to see and was wondering how you manage two blogs... I do all the khichdi in one only hihihihi.. The activities on your blog are as wonderful as ur recipes. And your recipes are as wonderful as you... This raspberry frozen yoghurt is perfect for the summers... Thanks for sharing the recipe and thanks for posting such lovely comments on my blog.. Thanks for encouraging... God bless u...

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  93. This looks absolutely delicious! I was recently in New Zealand where side-of-the-road fruit stands blend fresh berry frozen yogurt on the spot. I loved it and thought.. why not make it at home. You did it and it looks fantastic.
    Thanks,
    E

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  94. Oh my. What a luscious dessert. I am not sure if I would like strawberry or raspberry better but I am hoping both would work.

    I have never used my ice cream/yogurt maker but this certainly motivates me, to do so.

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  95. Nice snaps, now day Thailand is very hot i'll try this;) thanks for sharing.

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  96. This sounds so good & such lovely color ... absolutely drool worthy!

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  97. love this and will be so easy to make vegan! going to sub coconut milk yogurt and hemp milk. also, don't have an ice cream maker but my blender and freezer seem to do ok for recipes like this. :) saving this one to http://cookmarked.com!

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  98. Looks so refreshing and creamy. Wish I had a big bowl of it right now to dig into.

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  99. This looks soo good! I love frozen yogurt and especially now that it is warming up I will have to give this a try!

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  100. Oh, that looks amazing!! The weather is finally getting nice in my part of the world and this looks like just the thing to celebrate spring!

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  101. I know it has to taste delicious but it is so pretty, as well. Just printed it to make.

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