Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt
Strawberry Frozen Yoghurt
450 grams vanilla yoghurt of your choice
300 grams frozen strawberries
Step 1: Place yoghurt and frozen strawberries in a food processor or a blender and blend until smooth.
Step 2: Scrap the mixture into a plastic container or bowl large enough to hold the mixture plus some excess.
Step 3: Freeze about twenty minutes and then scrap at the mixture with a fork until it is all broken up and mashed together. Place back in the freezer for another twenty minutes or so and then scrape again.
Step 4: Continue in this fashion until yoghurt is frozen and icy. The more your scrap the smaller the ice crystals will be and the finer the texture of the desert.
Step 5: Scoop out the frozen yoghurt and fill your Little Mashie Pouches.
Alternatively, if you have access to an ice cream machine then you can churn the frozen yoghurt in the machine.
If you are making this with your own homemade yoghurt you will want to add a dash or two of vanilla and a tablespoon or two of mild honey to your mixture.
NOTE: If you do not eat the frozen yoghurt dessert right away it will freeze to a hard consistency. In order to serve it again simply put it out at room temperature and scrape at it with a fork every ten minutes or so until it is again smooth and creamy.
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Talisha and Ariella (Team Little Mashies)
Do you know anyone who doesn't love strawberries? I don’t. Your little one is also going to enjoy them! You can use them in a large variety of the foods, such as fruit juice, pies, ice creams, smoothies... Kids just love their sweet flavour, juicy texture and bright red color. There are many benefits of strawberries for children, as they are rich in vitamin C, B, calcium, phosphorus and folate. Probably one of the coolest benefits of strawberries is their ability to block pain receptors in the body. On the other hand, you have to be cautious if there is a history of allergies in your family, as strawberries are associated with allergic reactions. That way you better avoid them for your babies until they are at least 1 year old.
I have many amazing recipes that contain strawberries - you can get all my recipes now in a printable format by going to http://littlemashies.com/free I found I was spending so much time replying to emails with printable recipes that I was spending too much time away from my daughter so now I've just set it up so you put your email address in and they will all get sent to you automatically (even the ones I haven't published on here). If you are after older kids healthy snacks or smoothies you can check out my ebooks that are for sale, but for baby food recipes > you get them all for free, and don't worry I'll never share your details :) xox Talisha