Try these quick, easy desserts to make with the kids, impress the guests ro hide them and keep them all to yourself...they're that good!
Lemon Frozen Yogurt
2 Lemons 1 (6 oz) Lemon Chobani Greek yogurt
Wash and dry lemons well.Slice the bottom of each without slicing into the flesh of the lemon.This will allow the fruit to stand upright.Slice off the top of each lemon to open the fruit.Scoop out the inside of the fruit and discard.Fill each lemon with 3 oz of Lemon Chobani Greek Yogurt.Cover each lemon with plastic wrap and place in freezer for approximately 2 ½ hours.Serve immediately.
Makes 2 servings 70 cal, 40 mg sodium, 10 g carbs, 7.5 g protein
Orange Frozen Yogurt
2 small navel oranges 1 (6oz) Vanilla Chobani Greek yogurt
Wash and dry oranges well.Slice the bottom of each without slicing into the flesh of the orange.This will allow the fruit to stand upright.Slice off the top of each orange to open the fruit.Scoop out the inside of the fruit and reserve in a small bowl.Drain juice and discard.Place reserved fruit in a small food processor and chop well.Mix fruit with vanilla yogurt and fill each orange with yogurt.Cover each orange with plastic wrap and place in freezer for approximately 2 ½ hours.Serve immediately.
Makes 2 servings 75 cal, 37 mg sodium, 11 carbs, 8g Pro
Tips and Twists: Any flavor yogurt tastes great frozen.Another favorite is Chobani Black Cherry Greek Yogurt in a frozen wine glass. Mix the yogurt first until cherries are blend in, then place in glass to be frozen.
When making the lemon or orange frozen yogurt retain the bottom and top slices of the fruit to use as a garnish either by leaving whole on top or making into a rind to sprinkle within the frozen yogurt.
Leaving the yogurt in the freezer too long may make the consistency too icy.If this occurs, allow the yogurt to defrost in the refrigerator until desired consistency is achieved.