I'm craving sweet today but I need to stay low carb. Being on a low carb diet it can be difficult to satisfy a sweets craving because, you know, sugar. Where there are sweets there is usually sugar, and sugar and low carb diets just don't get along. So I decided to take some frozen mango and some lower sugar ingredients and whip up this delicious mango frozen yogurt recipe!
How To Make Mango Frozen Yogurt
So I put Greek yogurt and frozen mango into my food processor, added a little agave syrup and blended it. I let it sit in the freezer for 30 minutes and it scooped like soft ice cream. It sounds super easy because it is! The mango frozen yogurt was wonderfully creamy and tangy!
It is still a little high carb but better than the arroz piña colada calling my name. And you know, lower carb beats high carb any day! It's quite yummy and I ate about half a cup of it, and it satisfied my craving.
Is This Frozen Yogurt Healthy?
Since I chose to make this recipe lower carb, I really would consider it healthy. Here's why:
- Mango- Low in calories but high in fiber. Also a great source of vitamins A and C.
- Greek Yogurt- High in protein and an excellent source of calcium.
- Agave Nectar- A healthy alternative to sugar with a low GI (less likely to increase your blood sugar levels).
What Should I Add To It?
I put chopped mint in it and my son and I liked it but my husband didn't. So maybe try this Mango frozen yogurt without that first and see how you like it. If you enjoy this recipe, make sure you share it with your friends on Facebook and Pinterest so you can make it again later.
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- 10 ounce (283.5 g) Frozen Mango Chunks
- 1 cup (200 g) Full-Fat Greek Yogurt
- 2 tablespoon (2 tablespoon) agave nectar
- 2 teaspoons (2 teaspoons) Chopped Mint, (optional)
- Place mango, yogurt, and agave nectar or honey into the bowl of a food processor and process until smooth.
- Stir in mint if using, put into a freezer-safe container, or cover, and freeze for 30 minutes before scooping and serving.
- Alternatively pour into your ice cream maker until frozen.
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