One of simply recipes come from my kitchen again ... !! you see.. baking, cooking it's not as a scary as you think.. ^__^ keep it simply that's what I want and off course not make a mess
Any frozen summer fruits will work well for this dish. Let's try and you will never regret
And this is my entry for blog-event :'Frozen Yogurt' - A Cool Summer Event hosted by Siri, in her's page i found some good fact about yogurt .. and I re-write here *to remind me too, off course ^_^ *
5 more reasons to include yogurt in our regular diet:
1.Eat your way to fat-loss. International Journal of Obesity indicates that adding one or two servings of yogurt to your daily diet can help you maximize loss of fat and minimize loss of muscle.
2.Calcium in yogurt makes this a bone-building food. Also, lactoferrin in yogurt increases the growth and activity of cells that build bone.
3.Regular consumption of yogurt is proven to reduce vaginal yeast infections in women.
4.American Journal of Clinical Nutrition indicates that full-fat dairy foods like milk, cheese and yogurt may considerably reduce the risk of colorectal cancer. These dairy products are rich in a number of cancer preventing factors.
5.Consuming less than half-a-cup of yogurt twice a day, reduces the level of hydrogen sulphide that is responsible for bad breath. It also eliminates tongue-coating bacteria and reduces dental plaque formation, cavities, and the risk for gum disease.
350 gram frozen summer fruits or use fresh fruits if you desire (black berry, blue berry, strawberries etc.)
200 ml plain yogurt
25 gram icing (confectioner's) sugar
Put all the ingredients into a food processor and process until combined but still quite chunky. Spoon the mixture into six ramekin dish. Cover each dish with clear plastic wrap. And place in the freezer for about 2 hours or until firm
To turn out the frozen yogurts, dip the dishes briefly in hot water and invert them on to small serving plates. Tap the base of the dishes and the yogurt will comes out easily. Serve immediately.