No need to use an ice cream maker, this is a no churn frozen yogurt recipe. A simple and healthy frozen dessert you can make any time. The hardest part is waiting for the frozen yogurt to freeze.
Why This Frozen Yogurt Recipe Is So Popular
- Everyday ingredients Used
- No Need for an Ice Cream Machine
- Whips up in minutes, then pop in the freezer
- Can mix in other ingredients for added flavor
- A delicious frozen dessert
How to Make
Full directions for this banana frozen yogurt recipe are in the printable recipe card featured below.
Start by peeling and slicing your bananas into thin pieces. Then place in a freezer bag to let them freeze and get hard.
Storage Of Frozen Banana Yogurt
Your frozen yogurt can be stored for 3-4 months. Just make sure to store it in a freezer-friendly container.
To prevent ice crystals from forming on top of the ice cream, place a layer of plastic wrap. This will help reduce ice crystals from forming on top of the ice cream.
Variations To Recipe
- Mix in some diced fruit like berries to the yogurt mixture once blended.
- Stir in 1/2 cup chocolate chips.
- Add in some coconut flakes for a tropical twist.
- Stir in or sprinkle chopped nuts on top of the frozen banana cream yogurt.
what does no churn mean?
No churn means no churning is needed. That means that you do not need an ice cream maker to whip up this frozen treat. This helps reduce the prep work, and no special appliances are needed. Simple and easy but the same great creamy taste.
Which is healthier ice cream or frozen yogurt?
This frozen yogurt is healthier than traditional ice cream. You will find the Greek yogurt adds a good amount of protein to this dessert. Plus you are using honey as the sweetener compared to sugar.
why is my frozen yogurt so hard?
Comparing frozen yogurt that is no churned compared to a store bought frozen yogurt, you will find it is a lot harder. You need to allow 5-10 minutes for the yogurt to thaw once you remove it from the freezer. This will help soften up, allowing you to scoop it easier.
Can I use plain yogurt instead of Greek?
If you don’t want to use Greek yogurt you are more than welcome to reach for a plain yogurt instead. I just prefer the Greek for the nutrients portion. But, reach for any brand you prefer the flavor of for this froyo banana recipe.
Why do my bananas need to be frozen first?
Bananas are going to become very mushy and gummy if they are not frozen when you toss them in the food processor. The key is a thick and creamy base, and for that, to work you need frozen bananas. Don’t skip that step, or you will run the risk of your froyo not turning out.