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Strawberry Frozen Yogurt

This strawberry frozen yogurt recipe is beyond easy. It takes just three ingredients and 30 seconds! It’s healthy, delicious, fruity and the perfect quick dessert for hot days. Time to whip up a batch!

Strawberry frozen yogurt scooped into a bowl.

An Easy Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Recipe

Most of you know that I love (or I might be slightly obsessed with) my Vitamix. I purchased my first Vitamix years before I ever started Downshiftology as the impetus to adopt healthier eating habits – and it worked.

From smoothies, to soups, to dips, to nut milks and nut butters I pretty much use my Vitamix for everything. It’s been a wise investment because it’s one machine that can do oh, so many things. And that means less appliances and less clutter in the kitchen (which makes my minimalist brain happy).

Did I also mention it can do desserts? It can. And fast. Like today’s super easy frozen yogurt recipe.

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Recipe Video

Want to learn how to make this recipe in just 30 seconds? Watch my quick step-by-step tutorial video below!

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Ingredients

Would you believe me if I told you there was just 3 ingredients in this recipe? Yep. It’s just a simple combination of frozen strawberries, yogurt and maple syrup (or honey). That’s it!

Strawberry frozen yogurt scooped into a white bowl with fresh strawberries next to it.

Showing how to make frozen yogurt in a Vitamix blender.

How To Make Frozen Yogurt (without an Ice Cream Machine)

To make homemade strawberry frozen yogurt just add one cup of yogurt, one pound of frozen strawberries and a little honey or maple syrup to your Vitamix. Then, blend on high and use the tamper to push the frozen berries into the blade. In 30 seconds, you’re done. Yes, it really is that easy.

The frozen yogurt will be the consistency of soft serve at this point or the typical “fro yo” and if you like it soft then eat it right away. But if you’d like to firm it up a little, just add it to a storage container and freeze for an hour or two.

Strawberry frozen yogurt scooped into a bowl.

Is Frozen Yogurt Healthy?

Let’s be clear that not all frozen yogurt is created equal. This homemade version is exponentially healthier than anything you can buy in the supermarket or frozen yogurt shop. And that’s because you can control the ingredients and the amount of sugar.

My version of strawberry frozen yogurt has three ingredients – yogurt, strawberries and honey.

For a frozen yogurt shop like Yogurtland (a popular franchise in Southern California) their strawberry frozen yogurt has 16 ingredientsPasteurized and Cultured Skim Milk, Sugar, Strawberries, Dextrose, Whey, Maltodextrin, Microcrystalline Cellulose, Vegetable Mono & Diglycerides, Guar Gum, Carrageenan, Cellulose Gum, Natural Flavors, Ascorbic Acid, Citric Acid and Red 40.

That makes me cringe. Especially as there’s more sugar than actually strawberries in their frozen yogurt. And those fillers, emulsifiers and red food dye – yuck.

Which Type of Yogurt is Best to Use?

I’m using my homemade yogurt in this recipe, but you could use store-bought yogurt as well. Just look for a plain version with no added sugar. I always grab a grass-fed dairy yogurt but regular or Greek yogurt both work, it’s totally up to you.

Strawberry frozen yogurt scooped into a bowl with more behind it.

Strawberry frozen yogurt being made in a Vitamix blender.

Can You Make this Frozen Yogurt Recipe Dairy-free and Vegan?

Absolutely! Just use a dairy-free yogurt and swap maple syrup or another sweetener for the honey.

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Strawberry frozen yogurt scooped into a white bowl.
5 from 20 votes

Easy Strawberry Frozen Yogurt

Prep Time: 1 min
Total Time: 1 min
Servings: 6 servings
Author: Lisa Bryan
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This strawberry frozen yogurt recipe is beyond easy. It's healthy, delicious, fruity and the perfect quick dessert for spring and summer. Watch the video above to see how quickly it comes together!

Ingredients

  • 1 cup yogurt, dairy or dairy-free
  • 1 lb frozen strawberries
  • 2 tbsp honey or maple syrup

Instructions

  • Add the yogurt, honey and strawberries to your Vitamix blender (in that order).
  • Turn the blender on high and use the tamper to push the frozen strawberries into the blades. In 30 seconds you'll have frozen yogurt.
  • Scoop out the frozen yogurt and serve immediately or transfer to a storage container and freeze.

Lisa's Tips

  • Be careful not to over-blend the frozen yogurt. It'll get quite soft if you blend it too long.
  • Have fun making ALL of your favorite frozen yogurt flavors by switching up the frozen fruit. After strawberry, my next favorite is mango - yum!
  • The Vitamix blender I use is the Ascent A3500 model and I absolutely love it. Make sure to check out all my other Vitamix recipes and see what I make with it.

Nutrition

Calories: 93.2kcal, Carbohydrates: 17.6g, Protein: 2.6g, Fat: 2.1g, Saturated Fat: 1.3g, Cholesterol: 8mg, Sodium: 30.7mg, Fiber: 2.4g, Sugar: 12.4g
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Strawberry Frozen Yogurt, Strawberry Frozen Yogurt Recipe
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57 comments on “Strawberry Frozen Yogurt”

  1. How would you recommend making a vanilla or chocolate frozen yogurt? Have you played around with that.
    I did make this and it’s super delicious

    • Hi Jessica – I imagine you could just add some cocoa powder to make a chocolate frozen yogurt and vanilla extract for vanilla flavored. But you’d need to freeze the yogurt in small ice cube trays so that you’re starting with something frozen.

  2. So simple but absolutely delicious : D My new go to dessert!

    • Wonderful! You can also maybe try it with a different fruit such as blueberries if you feel like getting a little creative :)

  3. I just made this for the kiddoes with a mix of frozen blueberries, pineapple and dragonfruit as I didn’t have enough of each one on its own. Tasted amazing and didn’t need a sweetener. My 3yo son thought it was better than ice cream!!

    • Hi Joanna – Wow! Can’t believe he thought it was better than regular ice cream :) Looks like you have a keeper dessert that’s much healthier!

  4. Hi Lisa, love your website! It’s a go- to for me! Do you think this recipe would work with a good processor (kenwood) or is Vitamix the key? 

  5. After dinner last night, I wanted something sweet. I remembered seeing this recipe so I whipped it up in my new Vitamix. I over blended a bit but I’m learning! It was soooo creamy and delicious. I’m going to try mango and cherry!

  6. I love this place in Beverly Hills called go Greek yogurt and would love to make this recipe at home. I only like the plain tart flavor. Would this recipe work without the fruit? 

  7. My family loves Pinkberry’s pomegranate frozen yogurt. Do you think this recipe would work with frozen pomegranate arials?

  8. We got our new (refurbished) Vitamix A3500 today. I went shopping today not sure what to get. I happen to buy yogert, an assortment of fresh and frozen fruits, some baby spinach and kale. With plans to go out for dinner, we made thus for dessert. I used about a tablespoon of real maple syrup. This was absolutely delicious. I’ll look through your website for more recipes. Thank you!

    • Hi Larry – I’m so glad you loved this yogurt! Definitely let me know when you’ve tried other recipes :)

  9. Just made this (but frozen mango) for me and my kids and it was beautiful! Thanks for the recipe, cant wait to try other frozen fruits.

    • Hi Laura – So glad you and the kids loved this recipe! Can’t wait to hear how it tastes with other fruit :)

  10. Hello Lisa,
    I made your strawberry yogurt a few days ago using honey, and it was delicious! Our kids loved it. I used our Ninja because I don’t have a Vitamix. I had to do it in two batches then stirred it up and put it in the freezer. We made it today with frozen pineapple, and oh my goodness. It was sweet and so refreshing. The kids can’t wait to go to the grocery store to try a different frozen fruit. Thank you for your recipe. 

    • Sorry. I used my Nutribullet…not a Ninja. Lol

    • Hi Laura – I’m so excited that you and your kids loved this yogurt! It’s such an easy and healthy snack for them :) Also, I loved how you switched up the fruits in it – pineapple frozen yogurt sounds amazing. Can’t wait to hear how it tastes with other fruit!

  11. I have a Vitamix S50 so I cut this recipe into a 4th of what you called for for everything. Came out perfect! Super delicious. And just the right amount for 1 person serving.

  12. This is fabulous. My 9 year old daughter LOVES making this frozen yogurt. You cannot buy frozen yogurt this good. The flavor is out of this world and it is clean- deliscious  and quick dessert 

  13. Made this tonight and my girls couldn’t get enough. YUM!!! Thank you so very much!

  14. I made this tonight with my 2 daughters (9 and 5). We loved it!!! Thank you for all your great recipes. My husband and oldest daughter have Celiac Disease and I love being able to make great healthy homemade dishes for the family. 

    Rating: 5
  15. I made this strawberry frozen yogurt on the weekend and it was amazing. I don’t have a Vitamix but have ninja 5 blade blender and it took me less than 5 minutes to make. Even my parents loved it had them over for dinner and made it as a dessert, I used greek yogurt and fresh strawberry that I’ve frozen the day before.I will be definitely doing this recipe often this summer very refreshing.Thanks, Lisa.

    Rating: 5
  16. On my first attempt, my vitamix (1.2L) stop hafway -I think I overload it. But I still  manage to have frozen yougurt with a few chunky strawberries ?. On my second attempt, I use half of the amount and my frozen yougurt is a bit on a soft side…but still yummy. Thanks for the recipe. 

    Rating: 5
  17. Easy and delicious! Especially with local berries and honey. Thanks for sharing.

    Rating: 5
  18. This will be the first think I make when I win the vitamix from you! Great, easy summer recipe! Thanks Lisa!??

  19. I don’t have  a vitamix machine, so what about  my food processor or a ordinaryblender?

    Rating: 5
  20. Oh wow that was so quick and easy. Thanks for sharing Lisa.

  21. Such a fun summer treat! And hey, this post update FINALLY came to my inbox – today, haha :)

    Rating: 5
  22. Can I make this with fresh strawberries and just put it in the freezer longer?

  23. Mmm this looks so delicious and I love how easy it is to make!

    Rating: 5
  24. Thanks for sharing an idea that I don’t need to buy an extra small appliance to make. Looks delicious and easy, plus perfect timing since it’s strawberry season here.

    Rating: 5
  25. This strawberry frozen yogurt looks so delicious and perfect for the summer! I have to try it with cherries too, since I have LOADS of them right now :) Thank you for a great recipe!

    Rating: 5
  26. Looks perfect for these warm summer days! Definitely on my “to make” list for tomorrow.

    Rating: 5
  27. I LOVE frozen yogurt, it’s one of my favourite things ever! And I love how simple and easy this recipe is.

    Rating: 5
  28. Hey, I have vitamix but sometimes afraid to use with the frozen fruits? but i would like ask you do you always use 2L jug . I think to buy 1L for small portions yogurt or ive creams…but dont know if is good idea , have three kids and love my vitamix:)
    And love your  cooking style. Hello from Ireland?

    • You can definitely use your Vitamix with frozen fruits – it works great! I have both the 64oz and 48oz containers, but I still tend to use my 64oz more. :) Thanks so much – I’m happy you’re enjoying my recipes. And hugs to Ireland! x