May 9, 2014
There’s been a kitchen takeover! Oliver is taking back the snack—and my kitchen—and has whipped up one of his favorite warmer weather after school snacks: peach frozen yogurt.
This stuff is pretty amazing: All it takes is 4 ingredients and 1 step. If you don’t love peaches, use another frozen fruit. Nearly any will work, though you may have to adjust the honey depending on the sweetness of the fruit you’re using.
You can also add or substitute lemon or lime zest for vanilla extract. Think mango lime or lemon berry frozen yogurt. You can make them both using this same basic recipe!
If you try this once, you’ll be making it all spring and summer long, I promise. But with Mother’s Day coming up, why not pass this super easy recipe over to the kids. Have them make you some as a Mother’s Day afternoon treat. Perfect.
Peach Frozen Yogurt
(can be shared with kids 12+ mos or adapted for kids 6+ mos)*
2 cups frozen peaches
1/2 cup plain Greek-style yogurt
2 tablespoons of honey, plus more to taste*
1/4 teaspoon pure, all-all natural vanilla extract
1. Add all of the ingredients to a food processor and blend until smooth and the consistency of soft serve. Serve immediately.
*Note: This recipe cannot be shared as written with children under 12-months-old due to the inclusion of honey which poses a risk of botulism for eaters younger than 1 year. If you’d like to share this all-natural treat with your little one, substitute agave syrup.