I have one kiddo who loves frozen yogurt. However the stuff you buy in the store is processed with unhealthy ingredients (high fructose corn syrup etc). I decided to buy some yogurt, and toss in some honey and my homemade vanilla.
The kids churned it in our ice cream maker. As a kid, my siblings and I, always churned ice cream (on special occasions) with a hand crank ice cream maker. I love my ice cream maker too. We made goat's milk ice cream in it last year.
4 cups plain yogurt
1/2 cup honey
1 Tbsp. vanilla extract
Mix all ingredients and place in your ice cream maker. Churn as you would for any other ice cream.
Note: If you do not like eating regular yogurt, you may not like this. It does have a yogurt taste to it. We did use store brand yogurt that is found in our organic section (non-gmo). I bet you could make this taste even better with homemade yogurt.
We put leftovers in the freezer and the kids added fresh strawberries when they ate it. Yum.
Yesterday in a nut shell - it took 4 calls to get Hubby to realize he took my truck and coolers, so he got me another ride, I emptied any plastic totes in my garage to use for "coolers," got chickens to the butcher, bought his brother-in-law and sister lunch (while waiting for the butcher and to thank them for bailing Hubby out of his goof), gifted them a chicken also, back home I read 3 letters from our oldest daughter, 1 from Son, took a load to recycling, donated 2 bags of clothes to the thrift store, went to the gym for a good work out, and had leftovers for dinner, watered flowers I had neglected in the morning, and spent a teensy bit of time crocheting.
We love that Rhubarb BBQ sauce (posted yesterday). I will have to stock up on it and try it on chicken, and/or beef too.