Frozen Yoghurt?

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  1. philly_x

    philly_x Full Member

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    This might seem like a ridiculous question but I have to ask...

    If I stuck a mullerlight yoghurt (which is free on EE I think?) in the freezer and got it out the next day, would I have a free frozen yoghurt dessert?:confused::confused::confused:
     
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    no, as it would form ice crystals in it.

    You would have to stir it continously through it's freezing process to prevent the ice crystals.
     
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    It does form ice crystals but would still be edible. Many people do this without the stirring every couple of hours. personally I prefer to leave the yoghurt in for about 4 hours until it's the consistence of Mr Whippy rather than completely solid, but you need to experiment with your timings to get it right.
     
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    hmm ok i'll give it a go anyways! thank you!
     
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    i have one everynight. It lasts me a good 45 mins so stops me picking at anything else as im deffo a night time nibbler!
     
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    what do you have every night? A frozen yoghurt? x
     
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    i use an icecream make which cost a tenner and its fab, i ususally have cherry but i'm going to try it with the choc orange ones, if you leave it over night, you prob want to take it a while before you eat it.
     
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    yeh it didnt work out so well in the freezer, eventually i had to go to sleep and in the morning it was absolutely rock solid, left it our for several hours n it has this nasty slushy consistency!
    I'm very interested about this ice cream maker, do you put the same ingredients in? (2 muller lights and 500g low fat fromage frais)?
     
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    mullollies

    asda are currently selling an ice lolly kit ( 8 'tubes' as part of a rack + 8 sticks all in blue plastic) for a quid - use any Mullerlight yoghurt ( apparently the Choc Sprinkles cherry is well worth makin ) but have been using the Limited Edition Summer Berries and the orange choc sprinkles. 1 tub fills 2 tubes with a bit to spare .

    Freeze overnight and then run warm water over plastic tubes to release when you want one.

    Eat at once ! You'll love em. :gimi:

    Or try peeling a Banana and wrap in foil and freeze - honest it doesnt go black n mushy - I slice mine into 1 cm rings as soon as out from the freezer and they really good too. :bliss:
     
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