Frozen Yogurt from CVap?

Summer is coming to a close but it is still pretty warm outside. These are the days when a frozen yogurt treat really hits the spot. We bet you didn’t know you could make froyo in CVap®. Well, you can, at least the ‘yo’ part. So how do you get started? Follow this recipe to create a unique and customizable summer menu item. 

Let's get Froyo

Begin with whole milk and scald it to 185°F/85°C. Cool to 110°F/43°C as quickly as possible using an ice water bath.

Set the CVap Vapor to 105°F and  Air Temp to 105°F. You could go to 110°F on Air Temp, but do not exceed it. *Our yogurt recipe can be prepared using any CVap unit.

Combine ¼ cup existing yogurt (at room temperature) with bacteria using a blender. If you wish to flavor the yogurt, do so at this stage.

Add the 110°F milk and then place it into containers.

Cover and place the containers in your preset CVap for a minimum of seven hours and then refrigerate or blast chill on the delicate setting. The consistency should be thick; similar to Greek yogurt.

On to the 'Frozen' Part!

We found an über simple but super cool serving idea that we wanted to share:

  • Dip fresh, hulled strawberries (halved or whole) in yogurt.
  • Place on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper.
  • Freeze and serve!

If you want to go a different route (not frozen), we found some really unique yogurt recipes on www.ideasinfood.com.

frozen yogurt

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