No ImageBlackberry Frozen Yogurt

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  1. Petra

    2 cups of yogurt and 1 cup sugar?? That’s crazy :(

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  2. kathryn

    for anybody who might be wondering “do i have to strain it?”, the answer is “no, if you don’t mind the seeds.” i wanted the full berry experience, so instead of straining the cooled berries, i removed the cardamom pods and cinnamon stick (which i used instead of powdered), and reduced it to a rough puree with a stick blender. great results, with berry chunks and some seeds like you’d get in a pie. thanks for the great recipe, elise!


  3. Ruth Locke

    I picked the berries and made the yogurt from scratch and this is just wonderful!!! Taste like sorbet. I may have added a little extra berries. Thanks so much. I just got some blueberries at the store and have a new batch of yogurt on the stove I am hoping I will love that as well. Ruth


  4. Amy

    If you are making popsicles, can you skip the ice cream machine step and just put the yogurt/syrup mixture into the popsicle molds? My kids would love this but I don’t have an ice cream maker and don’t necessarily want all the steps described in David Lebovitz’s page.

    Yes, you would just put the mixture into popsicle molds. You would not churn it for popsicles. ~Elise

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  5. Irina

    This looks fabulous, I’m dying to try it. One question, when you say plain yogurt do you mean unsweetened?

    That is correct. ~Elise

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