8.15.2012

Peach Fro-Yo


I KNOW! It's been awhile since we last chatted and ate cookies together… 
This weird thing called Healthy Eating happened. 

I'm trying to lose a little weight, and since sadly, you can't eat pans of cookies, 
brownies, and cupcakes in order to do so, 
I haven't gotten around to baking much. 

Instead of snacking on Chips Ahoy and Coke Zero, I've been eating veggies
and GALLONS of water. Weird, I know. 

I'm going over to a friend's house for some Girl Time in a little bit. 
Yah, the same one I made banana bread for… 

We like food. And have the ability to eat a whole loaf of bread. TALENT, I tell you. 
No doubt, the tub of fro-yo will be fro-yo-less by the time I get home. 


So let's talk about it, shall we? It's amazing. 

I had INTENTIONS of making it healthy, BUT… 
my baking instincts kicked in and some how a whole cup 'a sugar made 
it's way into the bowl. WHOOPS. Don't know how that happened!

I'm pretty sure it's healthier than a huge ice cream sundae though… 

Of course, you could make it ACTUALLY healthy, and cut out the sugar and use honey
or some other low-cal sweetener. 

I just found it a little to… yogurty. And we were out of honey. Excuses, excuses. 



Peach Fro-Yo
4 c. plain fat-free yogurt
1 c. milk
1 c. sugar
1 tsp. vanilla
1 can of peaches {juice too!}

In a bowl, mix the yogurt, milk, yogurt, vanilla, and juice from the canned peaches. 
Add in the sugar. Stir until smooth. 
Chop the peaches into chunks and add to the mixture. 
Pour into an airtight container, and put in the freezer until it's hard. 
{I had mine in the freezer overnight.}


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3 comments:

  1. Mmm, nothing like froyo during the summer! Sprinkles made their way on it, I hope :) the peach sounds so light and refreshing!

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  2. This looks terrific on a hot summer day - thanks!

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  3. I have fresh peachs. I am going to try it with them. yummy recipe

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