Give The Swirl A Whirl: Raspberry Fro-Yo

Give The Swirl A Whirl: Raspberry Fro-Yo


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Looking for a low-fat sweet treat to cool you down on a blistering July afternoon. This raspberry frozen yogurt will melt your heart...just make sure to eat it before it melts in the summer sun!

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Time needed

20 min preparation + 6 hour cooking

Serving Size / Yield

4 servings


  • 4 cups of plain, reduced-fat Greek yogurt
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 2 tbsp of grape juice. One white grape juice, one purple
  • 1 cup of fresh raspberries, frozen overnight (if you would like, set a few berries aside to garnish)

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When you are ready to prepare your fro-yo, break out two mixing bowls and place them side by side. Mentally assign one as your “plain” bowl, and one as your “raspberry bowl”. You can even label them with post-it notes if you’re forgetful.

Then, divide your plain yogurt into the two bowls. Set ¼ cup of sugar aside, then divide your remaining sugar evenly between the two bowls as well.
Put your single tablespoon of white grape juice into your “plain” bowl.

Next, Take your tablespoon of purple grape juice and pour it into a food processor with your raspberries. Then, pour your final ¼ cup of sugar into the food processor as well. Liquify this mixture in the food processor until smooth. When this is complete, add this combination into the “raspberry” bowl. Mix bowls thoroughly.

Pour your plain bowl of yogurt into a container. This container should be large, freezer safe, and air-tight. Then, gently fold in your “raspberry” bowl to create a sweet swirl. Do not mix these two components too thoroughly, or you will destroy the swirly effect.

Cover the large container and freeze overnight (or for a minimum of 6 hours).

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