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Muller light icecream? is it possible?

Jojobear

Full Member
#1
If I got a muller light vanilla yogurt and dput frozen blueberries in to it and put it in the freezer... would it be like icecream? probably the most stupid question but in theory could it work? Ive said it once and I will say it again... I am not the best cook and I cant say I know my way around the kitchen just yet! haha. anyone know?
 
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#2
If does, but don't leave it in longer than 3 hours otherwise you get some oily icecube surprise :D
 

Jojobear

Full Member
#3
I think I might give it a try 2moro :) my current combo is vanilla yogurt with frozen blueberries mixed in and its lovely on the hot days :)
 

AnwenG

Full Member
#4
The mandarin muller light frozen is lush, and it lasts forever lol, but for some reason the strawberry and cherry muller lights don't freeze in the same way they freeze and kind of curdle :/
 

Mets

Gold Member
#6
happyhealthy said:
If does, but don't leave it in longer than 3 hours otherwise you get some oily icecube surprise :D
That's exactly where I went wrong! Doh!
 

bolero982

Silver Member
#7
I'd have thought you'd need to either use an ice cream maker or take it out of the freezer and give it a quick hand blend at intervals. I did try to look up on google making froghurt without an ice cream maker, but amusingly the page advertising "making frozen yoghurt without an ice cream maker" ended the recipe with the lovely instruction "put into ice cream maker". Yeah, there was a little mistake there I think...
 
#9
It is yummy, but I don't eat muller anymore since I hate the thought of eating gelatin... yuk yuk yuk!
 


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