frozen yoghurt recipe using fruit on a stick

Quick to whizz up and often healthier than your average ice cream, homemade fro-yo makes a fantastic last-minute dessert.

Whether you’re looking for a fun way to use up overripe fruit or simply fancy a quick pud, these are the best fro-yo recipes that are sure to go down a treat. Bags of frozen fruit are great to have stashed in the freezer, ready to blitz into homemade frozen yoghurt. You can find them in supermarkets all year round or simply chop up and freeze a glut of ripe, seasonal fruit in a single layer on a tray (that way they don’t clump together) and once frozen, transfer to reusable freezer bags to save space.

These are our top seven fro-yo recipes for you to whip up this summer.

Get creative with this principle fro-yo recipe by mixing up the frozen fruit depending on what’s in season. Feel free to skip the limoncello, if you like.

If you like piña coladas, you’ll love this fro-yo recipe. Tropical, vibrant and booze-free, this screams summer.

Transform homemade fro-yo into epic lollies, complete with a dark chocolate snap. Feel free to mix up the berries – ripe blueberries or juicy blackberries work great.

Go all out with this impressive-looking frozen yoghurt cake. Trust us, it’s much easier than it looks – give it a go!

Get dessert on the table in just 10 minutes with this British-inspired fro-yo. Fresh strawberries, honey and a cheeky dash of Pimm’s… go on then! 

Packed with lots of lovely fruit, this easy frozen yoghurt recipe is a great one to make with kids. Mix up the fruit to experiment with flavour and colour.

Just four ingredients… but it feels much more sophisticated. This raspberry frozen yoghurt recipe is a real treat on a hot summer’s day.

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