Frozen Yogurt Recipe

Combine the milky and velvety flavors and textures of the yogurt and condensed milk to make this no-cook, hassle-free, and effortless Frozen Yogurt! It’s a healthy recipe that can serve as a dessert or snack.

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This dessert is also known as Fan Yogo in Nigeria and Ghana – a perfect companion to buns, Bofrot, Chin chin, Gala, and more.

How to Make Frozen Yogurt

With this recipe, you won’t have to buy your frozen yogurt in supermarkets because you’ll be able to make it in your own home!



Yogurt is usually sweet and sour, but it also depends on the flavor you want to use. It has a thick and rich consistency that makes it perfect for freezing. While usually used for weight loss diets, it is also utilized for batters, marinades, and smoothies!

This ingredient is abundant in calcium, vitamins, and protein to aid in bone development, dental health, immunity, and digestion. 

Condensed milk

Enjoy the milky-sweet goodness of frozen yogurt by incorporating this ingredient. It can be used for drinks, pastries, sauces, desserts, and more! Another great thing about this is that it can last up to several months in your fridge. 

Consume this in moderation to make the most of its calcium, protein content, and anti-aging properties.

I bet you can already feel the Frozen Yogurt melting in your mouth. It’s simply satisfying on all levels! 


  1. Mix the yogurt and condensed milk in a measuring jug or a glass bowl until fully combined. 
  1. Pour the contents into ice cube trays or popsicle molds, insert the ice cream sticks, and let them freeze for several hours. 

It’s a convenient treat because you can simply pop them out of the molds when you’re craving something sweet! 


How to Store Yoghurt and Condensed Milk


Once opened, seal the container with aluminum foil to prevent contamination and spoilage. You can also transfer it into an airtight container to refrigerate for two weeks. Alternatively, freeze the yogurt to last up to a month. 

Condensed milk

Opened condensed milk should be sealed or transferred into a container and refrigerated for several weeks. You can also freeze it to last up to 3 months. Let it thaw in the fridge overnight before use. 

Ice Cube Tray Substitutes

Did you use all of your ice cube trays? Don’t worry, there are substitutes you can use to make Frozen Yoghurt! For instance, pour the contents into baking trays to achieve similar results. 

Utilize cups, empty containers, silicone molds, egg cartons, and other makeshift materials you can recycle. 

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Frozen Yogurt Variations

Aside from this sweet delight, you can also combine them with fresh fruits such as mangoes, pineapples, strawberries, bananas, and other fruits you prefer. In fact, you can try adding small chunks of fruit to add variety and texture to the dessert. 

For a pump of flavor, incorporate honey, vanilla extract, heavy cream, and other sweeteners of your choice. 

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How to Serve Frozen Yogurt

You can consume this at any time of the day, especially if you just want to taste something sweet yet healthy. Sleep Ovation also recommends consuming this in the evening to prevent late-night cravings and snacking. 

You can serve it on a stick or in cups or bowls. You can also pair it with:

In an article by Women’s Health, half a cup or 4 ounces of frozen yogurt is sufficient for daily intake. Remember to consume it in moderation because it still contains sugar from the condensed milk. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you freeze yogurt alone?

Yes, you can! This is especially applicable for people who want to cut down on sugar. It also helps extend the shelf life of yogurt while making it more enjoyable to eat!

Is frozen yogurt healthier than ice cream?

Generally, frozen yogurt is healthier than ice cream. The latter is made from whipped milk with added sugar whereas yogurt is cultured milk with an option to add sweeteners. Frozen yogurt is also lower in fat and calories. 

Is frozen yogurt healthy?

Yes, it is. Yogurt contains probiotics to improve gut health, digestion, and immunity. 

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Frozen Yogurt

5 from 1 vote
Craving for something cold, sweet, creamy, milky, healthy, and satistfying? Give this Frozen Yoghurt recipe a try!
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
Servings 8
Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian, Middle East
Calories 135kcal


  • 400 ml yogurt
  • 200 ml condensed milk


  • Combine the ingredients.
    Mix the yoghurt and condensed milk in a measuring jug or a glass bowl until fully combined.
  • Freeze it.
    Pour the contents into ice cube trays or popsicle molds, insert the ice cream sticks, and let them freeze for several hours.



  • To make it healthier, add fruit chunks of your choice.
  • Incorporate natural sweeteners like honey, maple syrup, and vanilla extract to make it richer in flavor.
  • Refrigerate or freeze the yogurt and condensed milk to extend shelf life.


Serving: 1 (of 8)Calories: 135kcalCarbohydrates: 20gProtein: 4gFat: 4gSaturated Fat: 3gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.2gMonounsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 18mgSodium: 65mgPotassium: 200mgSugar: 20gVitamin A: 138IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 154mgIron: 0.1mg
Keyword easy froyo, easy frozen yogurt, frogurt, froyo, homemade frozen yogurt

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