Author: Nicole Weston
Publisher: Storey Publishing LLC
Publication Date: May 29, 2018
Learn to make frozen yogurt at home that’s just as light, smooth, and delightful as what you buy. You’ll use Greek yogurt as a base and a basic ice cream machine to make these 56 flavor recipes that range from traditional to artisanal, including black cherry vanilla, toasted coconut, peach Melba, chai spice, watermelon, maple bacon, chocolate malted, pistachio, and browned butter pecan. An additional 50 recipes for treats like blueberry sugar cookie sandwiches, brownie baked Alaska, Neapolitan semifreddo, cinnamon bun pops, and salted caramel swirl bonbons ensure this is the sweetest guide ever to making and enjoying frozen yogurt
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Review: Perfectly Creamy Frozen Yogurt by Nicole Weston
Perfectly Creamy Frozen Yogurt by Nicole Weston is a staple that anyone with an ice cream maker will want in their recipe book collection. This beautifully illustrated book has recipes that can easily be followed by beginners. It also includes a range of simple to more complex desserts that will rival any frozen yogurt stand.
I have always enjoyed frozen yogurt. It is one treat that I always seem to regret purchasing, as it is usually quite expensive. Weston’s Perfectly Creamy Frozen Yogurt describes various devices that can be used to create yummy treats at home. There are even adaptations to the instructions for those that don’t have an ice cream maker at all, which I found quite interesting. So, if you are on the fence about purchasing a frozen dessert maker, this book will give some insight on what is out there, but it is not necessary to own to get creating some of the recipes.
The method used in this book to create creamy frozen yogurt is one that I have never used before, but it does give amazing results. The “meringue method” is an easy technique that uses an egg white to give stability to the frozen yogurt. The result is a creamy consistency that doesn’t leave ice crystals. I tried the Tangy & Tart recipe, which I was able to make in about half an hour. It was so simple and used ingredients that I already had on hand, including some added toppings! Honestly, it was just as delicious as my favourite yogurt place.
Fun and Easy to Follow
I am looking forward to trying some of the other ideas included in Perfectly Creamy Frozen Yogurt by Nicole Weston. There are some really amazing looking cakes to create, as well as cookie sandwiches and popsicles. This is such a fun and easy to follow cookbook that provides fabulous results.