Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt

It’s August, it’s hot, and you need a sweet cool down treat! So today I give you Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt. I could live off of frozen yogurt in the summer time. It always hits the spot. And if you are thinking you don’t have time to make homemade frozen yogurt, think again! This recipe is super easy. You don’t even need an ice cream maker! How cool is that? Literally, it is very cool:)

To make the frozen yogurt, you whip up a little eggless chocolate chip cookie dough and stir in yogurt. I used Chobani 0% vanilla yogurt. You let the frozen yogurt hangout in the freezer until frozen and that is it! The results are a creamy and dreamy frozen yogurt that tastes just like chocolate chip cookie dough.

I still can’t believe I didn’t have to use our ice cream maker to make this recipe-it is so smooth and creamy! I am telling you this is the good stuff! I am a little worried this recipe is too easy to make. I can easily see myself making this weekly or daily and eating it by the gallon:)

Cool off with a big scoop of Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Frozen Yogurt. And if you go back for a second scoop, I completely understand:) For the recipe and step-by-step photos, visit Tasty Kitchen. Thanks Anna for sharing your fabulous recipe!

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I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. This would be so dangerous for me. I have this thing about cookie dough (especially chocolate chip cookie dough). I totally lose restraint and control. I will eat it until I have a tummy ache! I don’t do that with anything else but cookie dough. So suffice it to say, this looks amazing and great job but it’s WAY to dangerous for me. I will enjoy it vicariously through you.

  2. CHO-m-g! Your version of frozen yogurt is like nothing we’ve seen before! Thanks for keeping us in mind when whipping up this sweet treat. Email fans[at]chobani dot com so we can get some fresh ‘gurt your way!

    Ashley
    Chobani

  3. This looks so good – but does it kill the bacteria in the yogurt to freeze it? Chobani is our yogurt of choice too – so good! I stick mine in the freezer a few minutes but don’t want to lose the bacteria but even w/o it I will have to make this because it looks so yummy!

  4. It’s in my freezer right now! I can’t believe I am going to have to wait till it’s frozen aarrghh… 😉 It looks delicious!

  5. I made this yesterday and it’s very good and very rich. The only change I made was subbing rice flour for the regular flour to make it GF. The only kind of “weird” thing though is that it doesn’t melt. The kids didn’t finish their bowls and left them at the table. A few hours later I went in to clean up and there they were, still formed, not melted. Kind of freaky.

  6. I made it – it is delicious. Very sweet but a great treat. Any other flavor recommendations? I’d like to experiment!

  7. Made this a couple days ago and tried it last night. My daughter didn’t like it and my son didn’t finish his. I finished my small helping, but it is very rich and not sure I”ll make again.

  8. Hi! I made this the other day and loved it but it got too hard to scoop! I had to saw it out with a knife and ate it like cookie dough instead of ice cream. I checked my freezers temp and it was set at the recommended temp so I don’t know what happened. Any advice? Thanks!

  9. This looks so good! I do wonder how people think its healthy though, lots of sugar between the dough and the yogurt . I think I’ll try Chobani nonfat plain yogurt. Can’t wait!!!!

  10. fyi: NOT A LOW CALORIE DISH!!! after tallying up the cals for the ingredients and using and estimate of a 1/2 cup serving size (which is a SMALL serving) its comes out to about 680 calories per serving, thats more than an entire pint of ben and jerry’s fish food ice cream!!…….just saying, if you were eating this for the purpose of it being diet friendly, IT’S NOT.

  11. Would this work if you just bought plain chocolate chip cookie dough from the store and then added the yogurt?
    I am just wondering if I could make it easier.

    Thank you sooooooo much!
    It looks delicious!

    ~~~~~~~Lauryn~~~~~~~~~

  12. To make the frozen yogurt, you whip up a little eggless chocolate chip cookie dough and stir in yogurt. I used Chobani 0% vanilla yogurt. You let the frozen yogurt hangout in the freezer until frozen and that is it! The results are a creamy and dreamy frozen yogurt that tastes just like chocolate chip cookie dough.

  13. I know this is a little late but I just happened upon this recipe because me and my husband are frozen yogurt fanatics. I made this on Friday night with the intentions that it would freeze over night and we would eat it for dessert on Saturday. I woke up Saturday morning to find it half gone. Needless to say- my husband LOVED it. I used a few more chocolate chips than the recipe calls for because we love them and it came out fantastic! Definitely a recipe I will be using over and over again!

  14. Could not recommend this. Two adults, two kids and no one enjoyed it and the kids left the table with their bowl still full. It is hard to pinpoint the “problem” but I think it may be mixing the cookie dough together with the yogurt. I think the different textures on your tongue with real ice cream with cookie dough chunks mixed in is too hard to beat. This doesn’t even melt, stays rock solid. I’m glad I gave it a shot, it is more “clean” than the store bought ice cream with trans fats and loads of unpronounceable ingredients.

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