A fruity and refreshing sugar free dessert: Raspberry frozen yogurt is a simple and healthy treat that is ready in just 12 minutes. Only 4 ingredients!
This raspberry frozen yogurt is such a quick and easy dessert. All you need is a blender and you're all set. I make it all the time and my children love it.
Some would argue this is a summer dessert, but I can eat it all year round!
I love my ice cream recipes, such as this keto strawberry ice cream. However, homemade ice cream takes time. And as we all know, if you feel like a scoop of ice cream NOW, you don't want to wait until TOMORROW to enjoy it.
Which is where this frozen raspberry yogurt ice cream comes in!
🌟 Why This Recipe Works
- Fruity, fresh raspberry flavor. My friends, this recipe is BURSTING with beautifully tart raspberry flavor. It is a true pleasure to the taste buds.
- Creamy soft-serve texture. This frozen yogurt is smooth and creamy as a classic ice cream made with egg yolks and cream. Without all the calories!
- No ice cream maker is needed. Not everyone has space for an ice cream machine. This frozen yogurt is made with a blender instead.
- Ready in just 12 minutes. We often decide to make raspberry frozen yogurt spontaneously after dinner. It is ready from scratch in just 12 minutes and can be served straight away.
- No added sugar. This is a super healthy dessert without any additional sugar. This way, you can enjoy the recipe even if with Type-2 diabetes. It won't give you a blood sugar rush like regular frozen yogurt recipes.
- Naturally dairy-free. I decided to use a dairy-free yogurt in this recipe because half the people in my family are sensitive to dairy. Of course, any yogurt works here.
Here are the ingredients you'll need:
Frozen raspberries - If you have fresh raspberries, simply freeze them before using.
Yogurt - I used coconut yogurt, which is dairy-free because it is made from coconut.
Sweetness - I recommend allulose because it melts like sugar. It is a zero carb sugar substitute. Of course, you can also use honey, agave or coconut sugar if carbs are not a concern. Or, add 1 banana.
Chia seeds - This is my secret ingredient. Chia helps with a firmer texture because it absorbs liquid.
See the recipe card for full information on ingredients and quantities.
Recipe Variations and Substitutions
Below are ideas how you can tweak the recipe:
- If dairy is not a concern, use a full fat Greek yogurt such as Fage. I use Greek yogurt in this sugar free frozen yogurt. I also like it in my chocolate yogurt and this peanut butter yogurt recipe because it is thick and creamy.
- For a rich and extra creamy version, use coconut cream instead of the yogurt.
- Vanilla extract is a nice addition. Add 1 teaspoon.
This is a really simple recipe! There are only 2 steps:
Step 1: Stir the chia seeds into the coconut yoghurt and wait 10 minutes until they have absorbed some of the liquid.
Step 2: Put the yogurt mixture, frozen raspberries and your sweetener of choice in a food processor or high speed blender. Blend until combined.
Serve straight away as a soft serve.
Taste and adjust the sweetener if necessary! I don't like my desserts very sweet, so you may want to add a little more.
Since I follow a low carb diet, I am using zero carb sugar substitutes. However, this recipe will also work with honey or coconut sugar.
You could even sweeten it with banana.
Yes. You could use frozen strawberries, blueberries or blackberries.
I don't recommend it. Regular natural yogurt is too watery. The same goes for low fat yogurt.
Yes, but it is not necessary. Simply add all ingredients to the ice cream maker and churn according to the manufacturer's instructions.
Serve with a sprinkle of desiccated coconut and a few raspberries. I sometimes also add sugar free whipped cream.
Fill the frozen yogurt in an airtight container and freeze it for up to 3 months.
Before serving, let it thaw at room temperature for 20 minutes so it can soften. This way, you can easily scoop out portions with an ice cream scoop.
More Healthy Ice Cream Recipes
Take a look at my other healthy, sugar-free ice cream recipes.
Raspberry Frozen Yogurtfrom Sugar Free Londoner
Note: The servings slider only changes the first amount in each line and not any subsequent amounts. Please make your own calculations where necessary.
- Blender or Food processor
- Stir the chia seeds into the coconut yoghurt and wait 10 minutes until they have absorbed some of the liquid.
- Add the frozen raspberries and sweetener and blend until combined.