Strawberry Frozen Yogurt with Flavoured Honey

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Preparation Time 10 minutes Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 6 Cost Per Serving $0.47
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Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Ingredients
1 1/2 cupsFrozen Strawberries
1/2 cupPlain Greek Yogurt
1/2Lemon, juice and zest
3 tbspFlavoured Honey
Flavoured Honey
1 cupHoney
1/4 cupFresh Basil, roughly chopped
1Cinnamon Stick, crushed
1/2Lemon, juice and zest


  1. Add yogurt, lemon juice and honey into the food processor first. Top with the frozen strawberries and pulse until smooth.
  2. You may need to stop once and a while to push the sides down with a spoon.
  3. If it’s too solid and not turning, add a little more yogurt or if it’s too wet add a few more frozen strawberries. Let it rest in the freezer for about 10 minutes before serving.
  4. For the flavoured honey, add the basil, cinnamon stick pieces, lemon juice and zest in the bottom of a jar. Mix and bash it up with the back of a spoon. Stir in your honey and refrigerate until needed.


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