Monday, 27 August 2012

DIY: Snog Frozen Yoghurt

Total cost to make 1.4 litres is £5.93* without fruit or toppings

After trying my first SNOG in London, (the frozen yoghurt company) I fell completely in love with frozen yoghurt and have been wondering if i could make some at home myself. So i googled, it as you do, and found the recipe online via Channel 4. 

Last week I made it and my mum cannot believe how much it tastes like a SNOG. I am dying to make some more already as this was eaten in around 3 days. 

Do not use a spoon to eat directly out of the container you made the yoghurt in, use a clean one to serve it into a bowl, and then eat with another spoon.  This ensures that no bacteria can get into the yoghurt, ewww.
Do not leave the yoghurt out for too long. Get it out, allow to soften enough to serve, and then put straight back into the freezer.  

Whisk together the yogurt, milk, agave nectar and lemon juice in a large bowl. Transfer to the bowl of an ice cream maker and churn according to the manufacturer’s directions, until creamy and smooth.
If you do not have an ice cream maker, pour the mixture into a freezerproof container. Put on the lid and place in the freezer. After about 45 minutes check the mixture. As it starts to freeze around the edges beat vigorously with a fork, whisk, electric hand mixer or spatula to break up the ice crystals. Repeat periodically until the mixture is frozen, about 2–3 hours.

*Total cost calculated using these selected products only, price my vary.
*Recipe from the Snog healthy treats cookbook by Pablo Uribe and Rob Baines


  1. omg i love this, definitely gunna try it!!!

    1. tweet me a pic if you make it!! its sooooo yummy. x

  2. AAAH this is fab !!!! Never thought of making my own yum!
    check my blog please!