This creamy Mango Strawberry Frozen Yogurt is the most refreshing summer dessert ever! It’s fruity, colorful and easy to make.
An Easy Frozen Yogurt Recipe
This flavorful frozen yogurt is made with 7 simple ingredients. All you have to do is blend together your ingredients and pop them in the freezer! 30 minutes later, you’ll have the perfect summer treat. You don’t even need an ice cream machine!
Nobody wants to fuss with the oven when it’s 90 degrees outside. This froyo is a sweet treat you can make with no heat required. It’s so easy, your kids could do it. Filled with mangos, strawberries, honey and lime juice, it’s a healthy dessert option that everyone can enjoy.
Is Frozen Yogurt Healthy?
You bet it is! This dessert is made with nonfat yogurt and real fruit. It’s naturally sweetened with honey, which has proven health benefits including antibacterial properties. You could even enjoy this frozen yogurt for breakfast!
What You’ll Need
For the Mango Froyo
- Plain Nonfat Yogurt
- Frozen Mango Chunks
- Lime Juice: Use fresh squeezed lime juice for the best flavor!
- Honey, Sugar, or Other Sweetener
For the Strawberry Froyo
- Plain Nonfat Yogurt
- Frozen Strawberries
How to Make Mango Strawberry Frozen Yogurt
- Add Ingredients to Food Processor: Add 1 ½ cups of yogurt to a food processor or a high powered blender that comes with a tamper stick so you can push down on the fruit. Then, add the frozen mango, lime juice, and honey or any other sweetener.
- Blend: Process until smooth, scraping down the sides if needed.
- Transfer to Pan: Transfer the mixture to a 9×13 loaf pan or storage container and set it aside.
- Blend Ingredients: To the high food processor, add yogurt, frozen strawberries and honey; process until smooth.
- Transfer to Pan: Stir the strawberry mixture into the mango mixture.
- Cover: Lightly press plastic wrap over the top of the frozen yogurt so ice crystals don’t form.
- Freeze: Add one more layer of plastic wrap over the pan and freeze for 30 minutes.
Tips for the Best Homemade Frozen Yogurt
- Make it Pretty: You can add dollops of the strawberry mixture over the mango mixture and stir it together with a straw to make decorative squiggly lines on top.
- Freeze Briefly: This dessert is best served right away or after a 30 minute freeze. If you leave it in the freezer for longer, take it out about 20 minutes before you want to serve it; the yogurt gets harder the longer it stays in the freezer.
- Cover with Two Layers of Plastic Wrap: Make sure you don’t leave any air between the froyo and the plastic wrap, or it will get icy on top.
- Use Good Frozen Fruit: For the creamiest, sweetest froyo, use high quality frozen fruit.
Topping and Mix In Ideas
You can add whatever you’d like to your froyo to make it even more fun! Here are some ideas for easy add-ins:
- Chocolate: For a chocolatey twist, throw in some chocolate chips or a swirl of chocolate hazelnut spread.
- Nuts: Your favorite nuts will give this frozen yogurt a satisfying crunch.
- Graham Crackers: Try sprinkling crushed graham crackers overtop your froyo before serving!
- Nilla Wafers: Nilla cookies are so good when sprinkled on top of frozen yogurt.
- More Fruit: Dice up some peaches, or sprinkle plump blueberries on top!
How to Store Frozen Yogurt
- You can keep this froyo in the freezer for up to two weeks, if it lasts that long!
- It’s okay to store it in an airtight container as long as you press some plastic wrap on top of the frozen yogurt.
Mango Strawberry Frozen Yogurt
- Food Processor
- 1 1/2 cups plain nonfat yogurt
- 16 ounces bag frozen mango chunks
- juice of 1 lime
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 1 cup plain nonfat yogurt
- 2 cups frozen strawberries
- 1 tablespoon honey
- Add 1 ½ cups yogurt to a food processor.
- Add in the frozen mango, lime juice, and honey. You can also use granulated sugar, if you like, or any other sweetener.
- Process until smooth, stopping and scraping down the sides if needed.
- Transfer mixture to a 9×13 loaf pan or storage container; set aside.
- To the food processor, add yogurt, frozen strawberries, and honey; process until smooth.
- Stir the strawberry mixture into the mango mixture. You can add dollops of the strawberry mixture over the mango mixture and stir it in using a straw, making decorative squiggly lines on top.
- Lightly press plastic wrap over the top of the frozen yogurt so ice crystals don’t form on top.
- Add one more layer of plastic wrap over the pan, or a lid, and freeze for 30 minutes.
- Serve and enjoy!
- This froyo is best served right away or just after a 30 minute freeze. If you leave it in the freezer for longer, take it out about 20 minutes before you want to serve it; the yogurt gets very hard the longer it stays in the freezer.