Frozen Yoghurt GF D Low

Makes 8 x ½ cup ice-blocks


1 3/4 cups of Natural yoghurt
1 (~80g) ripe, peeled pear (or canned pears, drained of syrup)
1 tsp vanilla (or ½ tsp vanilla bean paste)
¼ cup pure maple syrup


• Puree the pear separately
• Place the yoghurt, maple syrup and vanilla into a bowl and gently
fold the ingredients together
• Add the pear and swirl it through the yoghurt, but don’t beat the mixture or the final product will be quite icy
• Transfer mixture to ice block moulds, or a freezer proof bowl
• Freeze 4-5 hours, or until set

To serve:

You made need to wrap a hot dish cloth around the outside of the mould to pull the frozen yoghurt out
If you froze it as one dish. Serve portions into serving bowls. Top with cashews.

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