Greek Yogurt Peach Sherbert

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This tangy little treat makes for an incredible dessert!  The best part is that it is 100% good for you!  It’s light, cool, and tasty, and I can promise you that this will be a staple in our freezer this summer!  Another plus about this sherbet is that is is incredibly easy to make!  I chose to make peach sherbet, but you can use any fruit flavor you would like.  Peaches are so delicious, though, ya know?  Plus, they are good for you!  Check out this pin on the health benefits of peaches.

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Yeah, all those benefits in a dessert?!?  AWESOME!  Okay, so let’s get to the recipe.

GREEK YOGURT PEACH SHERBERT

Ingredients

  • 2 – 10oz. packages of frozen peaches (you can substitute any frozen fruit you want here)
  • 1 cup plain greek frozen yogurt
  • 1 1/2 Tbsp. lemon juice
  • Stevia, to taste – I used stevia, but you could also use honey as a sweetener, in which case, you would want to use about 4 Tbsp. of honey in this recipe.

Directions

1.) Wash your frozen peaches, then add them to a food processor.  Process on high for 1-2 minutes.  Add the yogurt, lemon juice, and stevia.  Process on high until completely smooth.  If you prefer to have chunks of peaches in your sherbet, process just until blended.

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2.) Transfer the sherbet to an air tight container and freeze in the freezer for 2-3 hours minimum.

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3.) Spoon into a bowl and serve.  If you let it freeze solid, let it sit out for about 5-10 minutes to soften just a bit before spooning out.

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Delicious and nutritious!  Enjoy!!! 🙂

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