Instant Soft-Serve Fro-Yo in a Blender! Tropical Dream

I recently saw a very intriguing post on Healthy Happy and Whole about making your own soft-serve frozen yogurt in a blender. This recipe is ice-cream-maker-free and only takes about five minutes. I made a few changes to the original recipe, which is for papaya berry yogurt, and made a pineapple strawberry yogurt topped with coconut flakes. Ah! The flavors of summer, dreams of paradise islands I hope to visit someday… why can’t it be summer now?!

tropical dream instant fro-yo close up

This tasted delicious, just like soft-serve from a frozen yogurt store. The only problem was I didn’t blend for long enough, so I still had a bunch of fruit chunks in the fro-yo. But overall, the creamy texture and captivating fruity flavor added up to a brilliant and guilt-free dessert! And this is a recipe easily adapted to new ingredients, different fruit combinations… the choices are endless!

Tropical Dream Instant Soft-Serve Fro-Yo

Makes: one generous serving

instant tropical dream fro-yo

Ingredients:

  • 2 tbls plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 tbl honey
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1 medium-large frozen strawberry
  • Optional: about 2 tbls sweetened coconut flakes, for topping

Directions:

I should have chopped the strawberry and pineapple before putting them in the blender, but I ended up doing it afterward. After chopping as needed, place all ingredients except topping in blender and blend for about 5 minutes or until desired texture is reached. Spoon fro-yo into small bowl, top with coconut, and delve into a bowl of frozen tropical goodness!

IMG_4529tropical dream pineapple strawberry coconut instant fro-yo

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5 responses

  1. Loved your combination!! I’ve also been dreaming about using other tropical flavors… Specially since summer is just around the corner and it will soon be mango season.

  2. I can’t wait for you to start making this for the rest of us. There’s going to be a line, but I want to be in front.

    1. Especially if I add peanut butter into the mix somehow…:)

  3. This sounds like the smoothie I make, only I put liquid in it so it’s a smoothie and not frozen yogurt consistency. I’ll try it this way.

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