Tropical, rich and totally worth it! This Mango frozen yoghurt is the stuff of tropical summers. Or the stuff that will make you feel like you are in the middle of a tropical summer even when it is raining outside 😉
This is Mr 6's favourite frozen yoghurt flavour! (I posted Mr 9's strawberry flavour earlier!)
Mr 6 is more of a tropical kind of kid! Mango, passion fruit, pineapple (even on pizza!!! Yes I know) you name it, if it is grown in the tropics then he will demolish it!
So it is hardly surprising that he is a lover of this mango and basil frozen yogurt. The basil is super subtle, just enough to balance the mango, but not so much that it tastes like pesto! Or leave them out completely...maybe just add touch of lime zest, seriously the possibilities are endless! Check out my full frozen yoghurt post for even more flavour combinations!
I have written the word yoghurt several times today and each time I write it I have the yoghurt/yogurt debate in my head. In the UK we always wrote yoghurt, I know in the US they write yogurt. And here in Australia it seems to change depending on who you ask! So I have written it both ways...just to keep everyone happy 😉
Because well that is just the kind of girl I am...Yoghurt giver and bringer of happiness. Or maybe just some crazy lady with a keyboard 😉
Anyway, however you decide to spell yoghurt/yogurt, give this 2 minute recipe a go!!! It is a winner.
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Mango and Basil Frozen Yoghurt
- 225 g /8oz frozen mango
- 225 g /8oz 0% fat Greek yoghurt
- 1 tablespoon honey (see notes)
- 2 single basil leaves (optional)
- Add the frozen mango, yoghurt, honey and basil (if using) to the food processor and blend for a minute.
- Scoop out and serve immediately.
- Or empty into a freezable container and keep in the freezer until needed.
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