Here it is, the finale of Chobani week complete with the announcement for the winner of the Chobani giveaway. Want to know if you are the lucky recipient of all 6 blended Chobani Greek yogurt flavors which I have been dangling in front of you for the past week? Click HERE to find out! I have also e-mailed the winner, who has 48 hours to respond with their mailing address.
But don’t leave yet, it’s Mango Monday and I still have one last Chobani recipe to share with you. And guess what? It’s a frozen yogurt recipe that does not require an ice cream maker!
I decided not to pack my ice cream maker for my month long stint away from home (here I was thinking I was being rational by not packing large kitchen items), so when the time inevitably arrived that I craved homemade ice cream/frozen yogurt, I was kicking myself. I didn’t even bring my popsicle molds! Thankfully the food blogging world had already found a way around the need for an ice cream maker. As a bonus, this method can create both a soft serve or a more ice cream-style frozen yogurt.
This mango frozen Greek yogurt was healthy enough to have it for breakfast this morning. You better make this, because I know you want to be like me and have the breakfast of champions.
MANGO FROZEN GREEK YOGURT
Makes about 2-1/2 cups
1 ripe mango, pitted, chopped, and frozen (about 1-1/3 cup)
1-1/3 cup 2% Mango Chobani Greek yogurt
2 Tbsp honey (add more or less to taste)
1 tsp vanilla extract
Pinch sea salt
- Add all ingredients to a food processor and pulse a few times to break up the peaches. Turn the processor on and let it run until it forms a creamy consistency with a few smaller pieces of peach remaining (but be careful not to over-process or you’ll end up with soup), scraping down the sides of the bowl as necessary.
- Serve immediately (soft-serve-style), or freeze for 1 to 2 hours until stiff (ice cream-style). If there is any leftover, freeze and then let it sit at room temperature for 20 minutes before eating (gelato-style).
Source: Adapted slightly from An Edible Mosaic.
Disclosure: I was sent six 16 oz. tubs of blended Chobani Greek yogurt. I was not compensated for this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.