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Homemade Soft Frozen Yogurt


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Frustrated that by all the DIY frozen yogurt recipes you’ve tried that have only yielded hard scoops? Try this recipe that boasts froyo shop-worthy creaminess. The secret? Gelatin and honey. The gelatin keeps the frozen yogurt as soft as, well, soft-serve, and the honey is a liquid sweetener, which means no cooking to dissolve it or lengthy pre-chilling.

This recipe requires minimal cooking and no pre-chilling which could take several hours, and the result is extremely creamy and thick, mildly sweet frozen yogurt that could out-stand room-temperature and holds its shape.  The gelatin does a fine job binding every single molecules together so that there is virtually no ice-crystal or unpleasant graininess, a perfect welcoming bed for all toppings to come.  For example, but not limiting to, this buttery and nutty walnut and digestive cookie crumb.

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Becca Haley-Park

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Rebecca Haley-Park is an assistant editor for culture: the word on cheese, and is responsible for all the delicious content on our Facebook page and Twitter feed. When not writing for the magazine you can find her creating cocktail recipes and pairing them with cheese.

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