Greek Strawberry Frozen Yogurt and Berry Tart with Cookie Crust

It’s finally warm in Iowa, which means that the ice cream maker has been in heavy rotation. I have been alternating between mint chip and frozen yogurt made with thick and tart Greek frozen yogurt. The recipe, which you can find over on Recipe.com, is incredibly simple with just 5 ingredients that you might already have in your house. Plus, it’s  low in added sugars (just 1/4 cup honey) as it relies on the yogurt, lemon juice, and berries to flavor the recipe. You can of course adjust the honey up to 1/2 cup, depending on your preference, but if you use ripe berries, you may enjoy the less-sweet taste of this recipe.

And since Greek yogurt is naturally high in protein, this is one dessert that doubles as an equally delicious (and healthy) snack. It’s perfect for toddlers and their parents, and the base can even be frozen into popsicle molds.

Get the recipe here.

And if you’re in the mood to bake (or you need something to serve your frozen yogurt with), try this Berry Tart with an Oatmeal Cookie Crust. I used leftover cookie dough that I had stashed in the freezer for the crust and served each slice with a dollop of lemon curd. So yummy and fresh.

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  1. Posted May 29, 2014 at 9:17 pm | Permalink

    Your food always looks delicious! And everything I’ve tried has been great!! I nominated you for a Liebster Award! http://milesandmotherhood.blogspot.com/2014/05/i-won-liebster-award.html

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