I cooked up this recipe in my mind while studying between classes and I could not wait until the weekend so I could have time to try it out. Sometimes inventing new recipes doesn't always turn out so good, but this one did and I couldn't be happier!! Prepare yourself for an insanely easy, guilt free sweet treat!!
You only need two ingredients for Frozen Yogurt Fudge:
-2 Cups Dannon Light and Fit Vanilla Yogurt
-1 Cup Frozen Unsweetened Blueberries
|It is ok to have a heaping cup of blueberries. |
Because they are not flat it makes it
difficult to measure an exact cup.
First, line an 8x8 pan with tinfoil. This will make it easier to lift the fudge out once it is frozen.
Next, in a mixing bowl or just a large bowl combine the frozen blueberries and the yogurt, thoroughly mixing them together. The yogurt may turn blueish or purplish because of the frozen blueberries.
After mixing together the blueberries and yogurt carefully pour the yogurt into your already lined pan. Spread the yogurt evenly throughout the pan, using a spoon was helpful to do this.
Once the yogurt is spread evenly in the pan place the pan in the freezer for 2.5-3 hours. If it is not completely frozen after three hours let sit in the freezer for an additional hour.
|Delicious and guilt free, what could|
Finally, once the yogurt is completely frozen lift the tinfoil out of the pan so you can cut the fudge into pieces. I cut mine into five rows with five pieces each. You can make the pieces bigger or smaller if you wish, but the caloric values will differ slightly. After cutting the fudge, and enjoying a piece or two, you will want to keep it in the freezer for optimal freshness.
I hope you enjoy this sweet treat and have a wonderful weekend!!
Calories (per piece): 10
Total Fat: 0.0 grams
Cholesterol: 0.0 mg
Sodium: 6.1 mg
Potassium: 21.7 mg
Fiber: 0.2 grams
Sugar: 1.4 grams
Protein: 0.4 grams