Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Pie

Are you cutting out on your ice-cream cravings this summer to maintain your diet? There is no more need to do so. How about some homemade frozen yogurt? Frozen yogurt is healthier as you are avoiding all that cream or egg yolks. Okay, let's make it a little more exciting, add some dark chocolate. Every dessert tastes better with chocolate, right? Well, that's not the end of the story, if you are like me, you definitely enjoy introducing some fun into your food. How about a frozen yogurt pie? Yes, it is possible and quite simple. It's that special element that will make your dessert stand out in the crowd. So, what are you waiting for? Get set for a skinny-summer (wink), well don't bother, just enjoy!

Chocolate Frozen Yogurt Pie

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INGREDIENTS:

Plain yogurt (thick): 2 cups (strain the yogurt if it has too much moisture)
Sweetened condensed milk: 3/4 of a can
Dark chocolate: 2 1/2 oz or 75 gms (melt it)
Vanilla extract: 1 tsp
Graham crackers: 4 oz / 110 grms
Sugar: 1 tbsp
Butter (melted): 2 1/2 tbsp
Chocolate chips: 1/4 cup
Chocolate syrup: 2 tbsp (optional)

EQUIPMENT: 9 inch Spring-form pan (You may use a smaller one and adjust the quantity of ingredients)

STEPS:
  1. Grind the graham crackers.
  2. Add sugar and melted butter.
  3. Mix well to get a texture that resembles wet sand.
  4. Grease the spring-form pan with some butter. Pour in the graham cracker mixture and spread it evenly, press and level it with your hand to form the crust, as shown in the video.
  5. To set the crust bake it in the oven at 350 F for 6 to 7 mins. (For a no bake version , you can also let it set in the fridge for 15 mins.)
  6. In a bowl mix yogurt, condensed milk, melted dark chocolate and vanilla extract. Mix till smooth with no lumps. (You may use a blender in you want)
  7.  Add the chocolate chips and fold them into the mixture.
  8. Pour the mixture into the spring-form and smooth the surface with a spoon or spatula.
  9. Freeze it for at least 6 hours or overnight.
  10. Cut it as desired and drizzle some chocolate syrup before serving.

Videography by Swakshar Ghosh.

Comments

  1. I need to try this, it would so go over with the family-maybe a 4th of July extra. Why couldn't you make it a week ahead and freeze in an airtight container?

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    1. Thanks! Sure you can do that Teresa. Do let me know how it turned out.

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