Blueberry Banana Agave & Almond Agave Banana Vanilla Yogurt w/ Fresh Fruit & Carob Chips

Blueberry Banana Agave Frozen Yogurt
Vanilla Banana Almond  Agave Frozen Yogurt
Carob Vanilla Agave Frozen Yogurt
Strawberry Banana Vanilla Agave Frozen Yogurt

Vanilla Peach Almond Agave Frozen Yogurt  w/ Fresh Berries & Carob Chips

Time: 5 Minutes
Yield: 2 Servings
(11 Item Recipe)
Naturally Vegan & Vegetarian

Ingredients:

1/2 Cup Organic Almond Milk
1/4 Cup Organic Blueberries / 1/2 Cup if making Blueberry Banana Agave
1/4 Cup Organic Strawberries/ 1/2 Cup if making Strawberry Banana Vanilla Agave
1/4 Cup Organic Blackberries
1/4 Cup Organic Raspberries
1/4 Cup Organic Peaches you need only if making vanilla peach almond agave frozen yogurt
3 Organic Bananas, cut and frozen in advance
1 Teaspoon Organic Agave
1 Teaspoon Organic Cinnamon
1 Teaspoon Organic Vanilla
1/4 Cup Organic Mini Carob Chips / 1/2 Cup if making Carob Vanilla Agave

Directions:

In advance peel and cut banana then freeze.  When ready to make your yogurt take your frozen banana out of freezer and let it sit while you wash and cut up your fruit and prepare your ingredients.  Wash and cut your fresh strawberries.  You can opt to cut your blackberries and raspberries in half or leave them whole based on your preference.

For Blueberry Banana Agave Frozen Yogurt:

Take your banana, 1/4 cup of blueberries, almond milk, agave, vanilla and cinnamon blending for 30 to 45 seconds until a frozen yogurt consistency forms.  Time will vary based on the power of your blender for weaker blenders you may need a little bit more time, for stronger more powerful blenders you may need less time.  The trick is not to over blend or your frozen yogurt consistency will be lost and it will turn into a frozen more liquid type drink. If you want to get fancy with the shapes you can use cookie or cake decorating tools which I used to get the star shaped look.  If not you can just scoop it out in balls into a bowl.  Then top with blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and carob chips.

For Vanilla Peach Almond Agave Frozen Yogurt:

Take your banana, 1/4 cup of peaches, almond milk, agave, vanilla and cinnamon blending for 30 to 45 seconds until a frozen yogurt consistency forms.  Time will vary based on the power of your blender for weaker blenders you may need a little bit more time, for stronger more powerful blenders you may need less time.  The trick is not to over blend or your frozen yogurt consistency will be lost and it will turn into a frozen more liquid type drink. If you want to get fancy with the shapes you can use cookie or cake decorating tools which I used to get the star shaped look.  If not you can just scoop it out in balls into a bowl.  Then top with blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and carob chips.

For Carob Vanilla Agave Frozen Yogurt:

Take your banana, 1 Tablespoon Carob Chips, almond milk, agave, vanilla and cinnamon blending for 30 to 45 seconds until a frozen yogurt consistency forms.  Time will vary based on the power of your blender for weaker blenders you may need a little bit more time, for stronger more powerful blenders you may need less time.  The trick is not to over blend or your frozen yogurt consistency will be lost and it will turn into a frozen more liquid type drink. If you want to get fancy with the shapes you can use cookie or cake decorating tools which I used to get the star shaped look.  If not you can just scoop it out in balls into a bowl.  Then top with blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and carob chips.

For Vanilla Banana Almond Agave Frozen Yogurt

Take your banana, 1/4 cup of blueberries, almond milk, agave, vanilla and cinnamon blending for 30 to 45 seconds until a frozen yogurt consistency forms.  Time will vary based on the power of your blender for weaker blenders you may need a little bit more time, for stronger more powerful blenders you may need less time.  The trick is not to over blend or your frozen yogurt consistency will be lost and it will turn into a frozen more liquid type drink. If you want to get fancy with the shapes you can use cookie or cake decorating tools which I used to get the star shaped look.  If not you can just scoop it out in balls into a bowl.  Then top with blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and carob chips.

For Strawberry Banana Vanilla Agave Frozen Yogurt

Take your banana, 1/4 cup of Stawberries, almond milk, agave, vanilla and cinnamon blending for 30 to 45 seconds until a frozen yogurt consistency forms.  Time will vary based on the power of your blender for weaker blenders you may need a little bit more time, for stronger more powerful blenders you may need less time.  The trick is not to over blend or your frozen yogurt consistency will be lost and it will turn into a frozen more liquid type drink. If you want to get fancy with the shapes you can use cookie or cake decorating tools which I used to get the star shaped look.  If not you can just scoop it out in balls into a bowl.  Then top with blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries and carob chips.

Note:

The trick is to make it right away so the consistency is nice and firm.  Although you can make some and store it in the freezer, I preferred to eat it fresh.  If you want to make more then one flavor you can either double the recipe or you can split the recipe in half depending on how much you want to make.  We made 2 medium size servings and the portions were just perfect.  If you are making it for children they will love to get involved and help you which makes it a fun, fast and yummy treat for everyone.  The above recipe breaks into 4 children’s servings if you are making it for kids.  This recipe provides a low glycemic index avoiding sugar while also avoiding dairy.  Great for the whole family super nutritious and delicious.

We made all the flavors to see which ones we preferred best adding and subtracting different fruit.  Be creative and use what you like their are endless options and combinations of delicious.  If you only have some of the ingredients on hand combine them to a taste you and your family enjoy.  You will be surprised at all of the wonderful combinations you can make.  We did one that was peanut butter carob agave and vanilla that was delicious too.

This is a wonderful anytime treat!
Enjoy!

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Dana Schully says:

    This recipe sounds delicious, and your photography is so gorgeous I want to eat this right away.
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    1. Thank you so much for stopping by we are so glad you came. This is one of our favorites we keep this on hand at all times. Have a lovely day and weekend. Wishing you great love, health & abundant happiness today and always!

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