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How to Make Frozen Yogurt: 56 Delicious Flavors You Can Make at Home. A Storey BASICS® Title Paperback – March 25, 2014
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"Weston's instructions are clear and her recipes are easy to prepare. Practical and inexpensive, this compact cookbook will make a great gift for new ice cream machine owners and frozen dessert lovers."
“Most recipes produce hard frozen yogurt, but with this unique technique, using simple meringue and an ice cream maker, the result is creamy smooth and delicious.”
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Exactly What You Need to Know
Enjoy the tangy creaminess of frozen yogurt at home using a few simple ingredients and your ice cream maker. Nicole Weston, a successful recipe developer and food writer behind the long-standing popular blog Baking Bites, has perfected the techniques you need to know. Nicole's innovative meringue method incorporates air (important for achieving a pleasing texture) and just the right amount of sweetener (melted into the meringue) to produce frozen delights as smooth and satisfying as your favorite commercial flavors.
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Author: Nicole Wesson
Publisher: Storey Publishing
Genre: Food & Wine
Tags: Cookbooks, Desserts
Overall Rating: Very Good
Reviewed For: NetGalley
I have tried making my own frozen yogurt for years but have not liked the way the texture of it turned out. I continue to buy it by the pint from a ice cream shop, but hope to one day find someone that can show me how to make the same soft, smooth and creamy yogurt one finds in the shops. Thanks to Nicole Wesson I can now make my own frozen yogurt that is just as good and sometimes even better than that which I bought before. I especially like my fruit flavored ones.
Ms. Wesson even goes so far as to tell you how to make your own yogurt. She also shows you how to make Greek yogurt that is all the rage these days. I loved her method of using my ice cream maker. She does have a technique for making it without one if you do not possess one. You will be shocked as was I to find how rich and creamy your yogurt taste. If you did not know better you would believe it bought from an ice cream shop.
If you love frozen yogurt as much as I do you really must check out this book. Your dessert fix will soon be a lot cheaper and using the recipes as a basis to create your own flavor combinations.
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This Storey Basics Guide is written with simple straightforward directions and tips. Since the biggest difference between frozen yogurt and ice cream is the use of yogurt and a meringue base, I was glad that those were the first aspects in the book and were written simply. There are even recipes for making your own yogurt, but I'm not going there quite yet. The majority of the book consists of fun recipes to make with frozen yogurt. The recipe section starts with easier basics and works up to more interesting flavor combinations. I'm glad I checked out this book and I will try out some frozen yogurt of my own soon.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.
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The technique described in this book for making yogurt ice cream really works!! It doesn't turn a solid block in the freezer and is delicious. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Raquel Martinez