Cherry Pomegranate Frozen Yogurt


It seems that it has been some time since I have shared one of my recipes in this space, so today is the day my friends.  Today I bring you yet another of our family’s experiments with a cow’s milk dairy free recipe.  My girls just love this frozen yogurt recipe I concocted, and I hope you and your family enjoy it as well.  It is incredibly simple, so you can whip it up on no time for a fun, summer snack.

Cherry Pomegranate Frozen Yogurt

10 oz dark sweet cherries (these can be fresh or frozen and thawed)

1/2 cup honey

1 cup 100% juice pomegranate juice

1 cup yogurt (We use goat’s milk yogurt, but any yogurt would work great.)

Add the cherries and honey to a blender.  Blend until smooth.  Next add the juice and the yogurt.  Pulse a few times in the blender until combined.  Pour the mixture into your ice cream maker and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.  Enjoy!

*A note about all my recipes:  I use all organic ingredients, local when available.  I use non-homogenized milk, and all of the dairy we use is from animals raised on pasture. I also use oils that are non-GMO verified.  All our meat is raised locally on organic feed, and our beef is grass-fed, grass-finished.  All our spices and cane sugar are fair-trade certified and purchased through a cooperative.

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1 Response to Cherry Pomegranate Frozen Yogurt

  1. wruth says:

    If anyone could figure out that balance, it’s you, Jaim! Sounds like you’re doing awesome things at school, too! Those kids and staff must think they hit the jackpot with you 🙂

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