Strawberry Frozen Yogurt

We are in California right now. Last week, we attended a blogging event with Dole in Monterey and this week we are hanging out with Josh’s family. We are having a great time and Caleb has been such a good baby.

I am currently obsessed with California’s strawberries. There is a strawberry stand on almost every corner. The strawberries are freshly picked and so delicious. I made this Strawberry Frozen Yogurt before we left for California and I want to make it again with all of these yummy California berries.

Frozen yogurt is probably my second favorite treat-cookies will always be number one:) I could eat fro yo every day in the summer…and most days I do! We love going out for soft serve, but I also love making it at home. It is so easy! You only need four ingredients to make this Strawberry Frozen Yogurt-strawberries, Greek yogurt, sugar, and lemon juice. I use Chobani 0% plain yogurt and it works great! The frozen yogurt is creamy and smooth.

Find some juicy strawberries and make this Strawberry Frozen Yogurt. It is the perfect cool down treat for a hot day!

And on a side note-I went to Trader Joe’s on Monday and I am madly in love with that store. I wanted to buy one of everything, but unfortunately I don’t have that much room in my suitcase. I did buy some coconut oil, cookie spread, a cookie spread candy bar, sweet potato chips, and a few other random things. I might have to stop in one more time before we go home. I really wish we had a Trader Joe’s in Utah!

And another side note-today is Josh’s birthday! Yay! We are going out to dinner with family and making his favorite Key Lime Tart for dessert! Happy Birthday Josh! We love you!

Strawberry Frozen Yogurt

Easy strawberry frozen yogurt made with only 4 ingredients-strawberries, sugar, Greek yogurt, and lemon juice!
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  • 1 pound strawberries rinsed, hulled, and sliced
  • 2/3 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon fresh lemon juice


  • Place the sliced strawberries in large bowl with the sugar. Stir until sugar begins to dissolve. Cover with plastic wrap and let stand at room temperature for 1 hour.
  • Place the strawberries in a blender or food processor. Add the yogurt and fresh lemon juice. Pulse until strawberries are smooth.
  • Chill mixture for at least 1 hour, then freeze in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

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  1. Hmm! This must be so nice when it’s a warm and sunny day. I think my brother would die for it! πŸ™‚

  2. How easy is that? πŸ™‚
    Monterey is my home town and I miss it — thanks for taking me with you!

  3. This is definitely worth breaking out the ice cream maker for! I love that you used greek yogurt in this – kind of a healthy treat!

  4. I’m a frozen yogurt addict but homemade sure would save me a lot of money:-) Love this.

  5. That looks and sounds amazing. I’m currently living in South Korea and Korean strawberries are the most incredibly sweet strawberries I’ve ever had … even better than the ones I had when living in CA. Truly. If you ever come to South Korea, look for strawberries!

  6. How fun! It sounds like California is awesome! πŸ˜€ This fro yo looks fantastic. I’m loving the fresh and sweet strawberries that are in season right now. So tasty! πŸ˜€ Lastly, happy birthday Josh!

  7. I found a recipe sort of like this (but add some rum to the berries!!) and it is just perfect for a hot summer night. Sweet and tart, yummy!!

  8. Yummy recipe BUT say no to california strawberries unless they are organic. California has stepped backwards in time and approved a pesticide (fungicide, actually) that is so harmful we might as well go back to DDT. You don’t have to believe me; google California pesticides.

  9. Happy Birthday Josh!!

    I adore this simple treat – quick question, I find when I make frozen yogurt or home made ice cream , its perfect right out of the ice cream maker but when I freeze it, it gets really really hard. Would you know why this happens or how to prevent it?

  10. I live in So Cal, so we are eating local strawberries every single week! I can’t wait to make this treat for a hot day! BTW, your pictures are just BEAUTIFUL!!

  11. This looks so incredibly delicious. I truly cannot wait to make it.

    And…Happy Birthday, Josh!

  12. Frozen yo0gurt may be my most FAVORITE treat. I’ve never homemade it. This sounds so good. Glad you guys are having fun in cali

  13. Happy birthday, Josh!! I love this recipe for yogurt. I’m planning on buying some fresh strawberries and trying it out soon.

  14. Wonderful recipe! I need to invest in an ice creamer maker so I can make this!! Yum!!

  15. Pretty! We just made chocolate ice cream last night. Must be getting closer to summer!

  16. This is so pretty! I just got the ice cream maker attachment, can’t wait to make it!!

  17. I can hardly believe how great this looks…this blows anything store bought out of the water!! I am a huge fan of frozen yogurt, so this needs to happen SOON!!

    And a happy birthday to your sweet husband. So glad you guys are enjoying some time away!!

  18. I love the tangy flavor yogurt adds to frozen desserts and strawberry is my favorite!

  19. I grew up in California–Monterrey was always our vacation place of choice. I totally wish we had a Trader Joe’s here too. I miss it! Let’s start a petition when you get home!

  20. Love the idea of using Greek yogurt in this. It sounds wonderful, and such a pretty color! We don’t have a TJ’s in Colorado either, I hate missing out on all the yummy stuff everyone blogs about!

  21. This frozen yogurt sounds so perfect… and easy! Happy birthday to Josh! πŸ™‚ Also… I’m glad I’m not the only one missing out on TJ’s. The closest is well over an hour away which isn’t ideal at all.

  22. Happy Birthday Josh! If you’re anywhere near the ranch, give us a holler and come by!

    Which ice cream maker do you use?

  23. I’m with ya! I could eat frozen yogurt everyday; I love it. My all time favorite treat is frozen chocolate covered banana. Would love to see a post about that! πŸ™‚

  24. Have fun in CA and if I were you, I’d just buy another suitcase and go to TJs and go wild πŸ™‚ Okay maybe not but ya know. Glad you’re having fun here!

  25. I’m coming to your house for fro-yo, key lime tart, cookies, and whatever you got at Trader Joe’s!! I’m with you, Trader Joe’s needs to come to Utah!

  26. happy birthday to josh! hope you guys have a great time celebrating πŸ™‚

  27. Yum! I love Fro-Yo, and I could definitly eat it every day too! Thanks for this easy recipe!

  28. I’ve had this on my to-make list for way too long! i think it’s high time I make it happen!!! πŸ™‚

  29. This looks so yummy and I can’t wait to try it! I’m going to use Dannon Greek Yogurt though since Dannon has a plant in West Jordan and buys all their milk from local farmers and employs hundreds of Utahns.

  30. We are going into winter, even the sun is still here, but we don’t have strawberries anymore, so I have to wait until it’s season again to try this. I really like frozen yogurt…!!!

  31. What a fabulous springtime flavor for frozen yogurt! This looks so delicious and fresh, Maria. Great recipe!

  32. This looks positively delicious, can’t wait for our u-picks to have berries next month! Happy birthday to Josh – hope you’re having a great day celebrating and enjoying CA!

  33. This looks so good! We just bought a ton of strawberries and I hadn’t decided what to do with them! Looks like we’ll be breaking out the ice cream machine this week… Thank you!

  34. I love Fro-Yo too! Our Trader Joe’s is about 45 minutes away, so every time we go, I am tempted to bring home the entire store. I hope you had a wonderful trip and birthday celebration.

  35. I had no idea you don’t have a TJ’s in Utah! If you ever want me to mail you any goods, I’m on it! You’re gonna love that cookie butter chocolate bar. SO GOOD!

    I made strawberry ice cream the other day and I think strawberry frozen yogurt is gonna have to be next!

    1. You are so sweet! Thanks for the offer, I might take you up on it sometime! I LOVE that store!

  36. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, JOSH!! πŸ˜€ thanks for being the other pea in the pod, and completing the blog. enjoy that key lime pie!

  37. This looks delicious, I love making my own frozen yogurt!

    I guess I’m lucky to have a Trader Joe’s a few blocks away!


  38. I could go for a bowl of that cool and creamy strawberry frozen yogurt right about now!

  39. wow, that strawberry frozen yogurt looks both beautiful and delicious! yes, our California strawberries are definitely delicious. Monterey is right next door to me. πŸ™‚

  40. ive been seeing strawberries on every food blog today! but you’re the first to make froyo πŸ™‚

  41. Monterey! I’ve been there in 1993 and still have a wonderful memory of that area! And I remember a lot of fruits, not strawberries probably because I’ve been there in August!
    I love Fro-Yo too and my recipe is very similar to yours!
    Greetings from Italy, Simona

  42. Those cookie spread candy bars are delightful! They also have a buttercream filled candy bar… not AS good, but super yummy still! Mmmm, California strawberries, I love them!

  43. I make this just with the sugar and lemon juice, but the strawberries look so good in it. This is going to be a weekend requirement.

  44. Gorgeous!!! This looks so refreshing and wonderful

    P.S. Congrats again on Cookie Cravings… If you would ever like me to do a giveaway and cook a recipe from the book I’d be happy to πŸ™‚

  45. is there any way to make this without an ice cream maker? … do you recommend a particular one? I have considered buying one, but have very little storage room… but I would love to make my own.

  46. Love this! I love buying fresh California strawberries, too. And fresh oranges in Arizona. Ohhh, this is making me want to go on vacation!

  47. I was just introduced to the magnificence that is TJ’s upon moving to Chicago this past August. I love it. I can’t go in there tooooooo often or else I spend all of my money on things that definitely weren’t on my grocery list!

  48. This looks soooo yummy. Strawberries and me, we have a love affair of sorts πŸ™‚ I JUST moved to utah, and just started my own food blog! I can’t wait to get to know all of you lovely Utah food bloggers! Your food and photos are so enticing!

  49. California strawberries are definitely worth obsessing over, aren’t they? I always get so excited when I find them in our local grocery store or farmer’s market.

    And this frozen yogurt? Oh mercy!

  50. A whole year has passed? He is such a lucky little pea and you two are so blessed.
    Celebrate and enjoy. Thanks for the tips on the frozen yogurt.
    Amy Ruth

  51. I purposely picked extra strawberries this morning just so I could make this frozen yogurt. It is delish!

  52. looks delicious Maria!! I’m a huge frozen yogurt fan, and we’ve been eating so much the past few weeks. Sounds like such a fun trip too!

  53. Love this recipe. I have more strawberries in my garden than I know what to do with. This is a terrific recipe – and healthy. I double it up. Also I blitz & freeze the strawberries, lemon juice & sugar and then defrost & add the yoghurt at a later point. Greetings from South Africa πŸ™‚

  54. Just made this with organic grass fed non-homogenized yogurt, organic strawberries and organic raw cane sugar. It looks, and smells so good! I have it setting in the freezer now, but I did sneak a taste or two by scraping the bowl. Very, very good. πŸ™‚ Thanks!

    1. Can you put it in the freezer as i dont have an ice cream maker? Looks so yummy i dont want to go out to buy one to only use it a handful of times sonif i can put it in the freezer and it turns out the same id definitely do this for my three kids

  55. Did not like this recipe. It was too seeet and it is more like a sorbet. I would use half the strawberries and half the sugar.

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  57. Just made this for my husband and daughter with food allergies – she hasn’t ever had ice cream until today! She LOVED it!!!

    I wish there was a way to reduce the sugar a bit though…