Yoghurt Week: Mint Chocolate Chip Frozen Greek Yoghurt

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Welcome back, yoghurt fans!  I hope you’ve been enjoying Yoghurt Week so far.  Today’s recipe is one I found while searching for ideas on how else to use Greek yoghurt.  It comes from the cookbook of one of the best food blogs around, Sprouted Kitchen. This recipe uses fresh mint, chocolate chips, whole-milk Greek yoghurt and brown rice syrup as the sweetener, and combines it all together to make frozen yoghurt.  This is a rather healthy recipe that you don’t need to feel bad about indulging in.

It’s really creamy and super minty; a perfect “ice cream” for someone who loves mint!  You’ll definitely be able to taste that Greek yoghurt tang, as well, but the flavors all work quite well together.

I don’t think this is a recipe that is going to please your children, as my mint-loving daughter didn’t like it at all!  This girl will, literally, immediately consume anything that is flavored with mint.  But this frozen yoghurt?  She didn’t even get past the first bite!  So save this recipe for the adults, I’m sure that they’ll enjoy it as much as I did!

I had a search on Sprouted Kitchen’s website for more ice cream recipes and found another one using Greek yoghurt and fresh chocolate chip cookie pieces.  It looks so sinfully delicious and I’m sure I’ll be trying this one out next!

**Previous recipes from yoghurt week: Banana Bread | Macaroni & Cheese

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  1. says

    Hm… I personally would say that I could taste the yoghurt moreso than the cream. I’m not sure how you are with milk, but I wonder if you could replace the cream with whole milk??

    Do you not like normal ice cream then?

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