Nectarine Frozen Yogurt

I know things on the blog have been a little random lately, but I am trying to become regular again. For the time being, I will be posting every Tuesday and Thursday. As things progress I may switch to Monday, Wednesday and Friday (3 posts in a week!). But for now just check in on Tuesday and Thursday to find new yummy recipes! 
 
Here is another recipe that I made months ago, and found in my picture archive. There are going to be a lot of those, since I didn’t post for over half a year! But now we’re playing catch up! This recipe was awesome though! I felt like I was eating ice cream, but it was a perfectly healthy substitute! And it doesn’t need an ice cream machine, or frequent mixing in the freezer. Just blend and freeze! 
 
For this yogurt, I just did the nectarines and yogurt, but it would probably be excellent with some other additions, like cinnamon or raspberries. I have another version of this recipe, which you may have seen on my Instagram account. It is Banana Frozen Yogurt, which recipe is soon to follow. You could really take this recipe concept and use it with any fruit you like though! Strawberries, cherries, raspberries, etc. 
 

Ingredients:

3 cups frozen nectarines
3/4 cup vanilla yogurt
1 TBS milk

Directions:

Blend all the ingredients until smooth. You might need to do the Hockey Pokey a little bit with your blender to keep everything moving. You don’t want to add too much liquid or else it will freeze hard. Once everything is smooth (it should be the consistency of soft serve ice cream – otherwise add more frozen nectarines) scoop the frozen yogurt into an airtight container, and freeze. Serve within 2-3 hours of freezing. If frozen longer than 5 hours, set it out and let it soften for 20 minutes before serving.

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