Strawberry lemon frozen yogurt

Now that it is warm we are breaking out the lighter treats for desserts and afternoon snacks. I can’t stand running the oven once the days start getting hot.

We do a lot of smoothies so sometimes we want something a little different. This blended strawberry lemon frozen yogurt totally fits the bill.

This Strawberry lemon frozen yogurt is a great sugar free treat for the summer. The tart lemon gives this treat a nice sour punch.

I love quick and easy and this really is. It just takes a few minutes of swirling in your blender and you are set for a treat.

The combination of lemon and strawberry has always been a favorite of mine, I love the tart/sweet combination. This also has added greek yogurt which ups that nice sour taste. (It also gives you a nice dose of protein to help fill your belly up.)

If you are a Trim Healthy Mama this treat is even a fuel pull. :) (And if you are dairy free, it totally work with out the greek yogurt or some coconut milk yogurt)

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Strawberry lemon frozen yogurt
  • 1 cup of frozen strawberries
  • ½ lemon quartered
  • ⅛ cup of THM sweet blend or ¼ cup of powdered monk fruit extract*
  • ¼ cup of greek yogurt
  • pinch of sea salt
  • ⅛-1/4 cup of cold water
  • *You may need to taste as you go, I love tart, you may need more sweetener
  1. Throw everything in your blender and swirl until smooth. (Use the water as needed to get a smooth consistency)

Now if you don’t have a higher end blender, you may want to use the juice of a whole lemon instead of just half of the entire lemon. My vitamix can handle the citrus peel but not all blenders can. I have a thing that I don’t like to waste citrus peels so I’m all about using them in smoothies and such.

This Strawberry lemon frozen yogurt is a great sugar free treat for the summer. The tart lemon gives this treat a nice sour punch.

I hope you enjoy this light, refreshing treat for a great snack with the kids or for dessert.

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  1. Anna says

    If you don’t have vitamix and don’t want to waste those peels use a veggie peeler to peel the rind off then chop it up for lemon zest by hand or in your food processor. Put in a freezer bag and then you have lemon zest when ever you need it. And this recipe sounds super yummy!! What a great idea!

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