Low-Sugar Strawberry Frozen Yogurt
This Low-Sugar Strawberry Frozen Yogurt is so delicious you’ll never dream it has no added sugar and is relatively low in carbs! Use full-fat or fat-free Greek yogurt for this easy recipe with only four ingredients!
A couple of weeks ago I was at Costco and they had a special on the Cuisinart 1-1/2-Quart Ice Cream Maker (affiliate link) and before you could say Low-Sugar Strawberry Frozen Yogurt, one of the ice cream makers was in my cart. I’m not a big ice cream eater, but for a few years now I’ve been thinking it might be fun to experiment with low-sugar frozen yogurt.
My first experiment with the new ice cream maker was not a keeper, but this time the frozen yogurt was so good that even my young nephews who were visiting gobbled it up. One of them told me quite seriously, “You can even say on your blog that it’s kid approved, and kids don’t usually like ice cream that doesn’t have sugar.”
And this EASY recipe for low-sugar frozen yogurt only has four ingredients! Check it out if you’re in need of a summer treat.
What ingredients do you need for this recipe?
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- fresh strawberries
- sugar-free strawberry preserves (affiliate link)
- Monkfruit Sweetener (affiliate link), or other sweetener of your choice
- plain Greek Yogurt
What Sugar-Free preserves did we use?
A recipe that has fresh strawberries can’t ever be completely sugar-free, but if you use sugar-free strawberry preserves for this low-sugar frozen yogurt, you can keep the sugar amount pretty low. I used Polaner Sugar-Free Strawberry Preserves (affiliate link) which also has a generous amount of fiber. And when I calculated nutritional information for this I was pleasantly surprised that this frozen yogurt was lower in carbs than I thought!
Want low-sugar frozen yogurt without artificial sweetener?
If you don’t want to use preserves that have artificial sweetener, look for ones labeled “all fruit” or “simply fruit.” That will slightly increase the amount of carbs.
What sweetener did I use for low-sugar frozen yogurt?
Monkfruit Sweetener (affiliate link) would be my first choice for this recipe. But use any no-calorie granulated sweetener you prefer if you don’t have Monkfruit.
Tips for making low-sugar frozen yogurt:
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- I used Polaner Sugar-Free Strawberry Preserves (affiliate link) for this recipe, but whatever brand you choose, look for one with a generous amount of fiber if you’re limiting carbs.
- I started with 2 cups of cleaned and washed strawberries, which I pureed in the food processor.
- Then I added 1/2 cup sugar free strawberry preserves and the same amount of Monkfruit Sweetener (affiliate link). Here’s how it looked after I had buzzed together the strawberry puree, strawberry preserves, and Monkfruit sweetener.
- Then I added the 2 cups of Greek Yogurt and processed just enough to get it blended with the strawberry mixture.
- Pour the mixture into the ice cream freezer and start it turning. (Stopping to take a photo at this point was NOT a good idea, and next time I won’t be doing that!)
- I probably should have let the frozen yogurt freeze for about 5 more minutes, but here’s how it looked after 25 minutes.
More Low-Sugar Frozen Treats:
- 2 cups of fresh strawberries, cleaned, cut in half or fourths
- 1/2 cup sugar-free Strawberry preserves
- 1/2 cup Monkfruit Sweetener or sweetener of your choice (see notes)
- 2 cups plain Greek Yogurt
- For the ice cream maker I have, the container must be well-frozen before you mix the ice cream. Follow instructions for the model you have.
- Wash strawberries if needed; then cut away stem end and cut the strawberries into halves or fourths.
- Put strawberries into food processor fitted with a steel blade and process until they are pureed.
- Add sugar-free (or low-sugar) strawberry preserves and sweetener and process about 30 seconds more.
- The, add the Greek yogurt and process just until the mixture is fully combined.
- Put the container into the ice cream maker and sit the scraper blade in place.
- Put lid on and pour the strawberry-yogurt mixture in with the motor running.
- Let the yogurt freeze with the blade running for 25-30 minutes.
- If you don’t eat all the frozen yogurt right away it can be frozen to eat later, but allow about 20 minutes at room temperature for the yogurt to soften after it comes out of the freezer.
I originally made this recipe with granulated Stevia, but now I'd use Monkfruit Sweetener (affiliate link); use the sweetener you prefer. Use reduced-fat or full-fat Greek Yogurt, whichever you prefer.
I used a Cuisinart 1-1/2-Quart Ice Cream Maker (affiliate link) to make this frozen yogurt. You may need to adapt the recipe if you’re using a different size or make of ice cream freezer.
Recipe created by Kalyn.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 100Total Fat: .6gSaturated Fat: .1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: .2gCholesterol: 4.5mgSodium: 41mgCarbohydrates: 19gFiber: 6.2gSugar: 8.3gProtein: 9.7g
Nutrition information is automatically calculated by the Recipe Plug-In I am using. I am not a nutritionist and cannot guarantee 100% accuracy, since many variables affect those calculations.
Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
When it’s made with sugar-free strawberry preserves, and Monkfruit Sweetener or your favorite sweetener, this Low-Sugar Frozen Yogurt has about 12 net carbs in a serving. It would be a good treat for phase 2 or 3 of the original South Beach Diet. South Beach would prefer fat-free yogurt; other carb conscious diets might prefer full-fat yogurt.
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Historical Notes for this Recipe:
This recipe was first posted in 2012. It was last updated with more information in 2023.