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Have you ever tried to make your own frozen yogurt by…you know…freezing yogurt? Chances are you got a yogurt ice cube rather than the soft and creamy treat you were hoping for. I have the secret. It’s actually pretty simple. It’s sugar. Well, it’s starting off with a really good yogurt then adding sugar. Something about molecules. Science. Blah, blah, blah. Anyway, add sugar and get soft frozen yogurt! And since it’s almost Valentine’s Day we’re going to turn that frozen yogurt into conversation hearts. But…we start with the yogurt. The new Müller® Ice Cream Inspired Yogurt take everything you like about ice cream, but makes it just a little better for you. It’s a great source of protein and it has less sugar than other yogurts. Each 5.3 oz serving has between 190 and 210 calories. You can choose between Raspberry Chocolate Chip, Mint Chocolate Chip and Vanilla Bean flavors.
- Müller® Ice Cream Inspired Yogurt
- Food Coloring
- Red Decorator’s Icing
- Combine one container of yogurt with two tablespoons of sugar.
- Add food coloring to achieve desired shade.
- Place in heart shaped mold and freeze.
- Decorate with red icing.
The mint chocolate chip and vanilla bean flavors are white, which makes them easy to dye to the typical conversation heart colors. The raspberry chocolate chip has a reddish-pink tint, so I just added a few drops of blue food coloring to get a lavender shade. The silicone heart mold makes it easy to pop out the hearts once they’re fully frozen. After your hearts are ready, just use a tube of red decorator’s icing to add the traditional conversation heart phrases to your frozen yogurt treats.