Can you freeze yogurt?
Yogurt is one of the best delicacies. It is actually a dairy product which is produced by using fermented milk. The most common ingredient to make yogurt is cow’s milk, but milk from sheep, camels, goats, yaks, and water buffalos are also used in other parts of the globe.
Yogurt today has somehow gone a step further, what with the existence of new machines which would freeze it and turn it like ice cream. However, a lot of yogurt fanatics want to know the answer to a question: can you freeze yogurt at home?
So for this article, the focus would be on the question “can you freeze yogurt at home?” The answer is clearly yes, and you can do it easily with just five easy steps.
First, transfer the yogurt to a container built to last in the freezer. Make sure the container is sealed and stored properly. You can actually make do with the original yogurt package provided that it is sturdy and spacious enough inside to accommodate the expansion that would happen to the yogurt once it freezes. When you are using a container, make sure to leave about half an inch of space between the surface of the yogurt and the top of the container.
Second, after putting the yogurt into the container and making sure there is enough space left from the top of the container to the surface of the yogurt, put on a lid and ensure that it is tightly sealed as possible.
The third step is to write the date when you first placed the yogurt in the freezer. If you want to do long term storage, you should only store the yogurt for as long as one month in the freezer if it is unsweetened. Flavored yogurt, on the other hand, can be stored for as long as five months.
Fourth, after taking out the yogurt from the freezer after a month or five, transfer the containers to the refrigerator and let it remain there for about 12 to 24 hours before thawing the yogurt. Make sure that you avoid thawing the yogurt on the countertop.
Fifth, you can take out the yogurt after letting it stay in the fridge. Make sure to stir the thawed yogurt before eating it.
Frozen yogurt is one of the most enjoyed desserts nowadays. Most even prefer it served with different toppings like cookie bits, chocolate chips, fruits, marshmallows, and many more. To make your own homemade frozen yogurt for dessert, you can refer to the following steps:
(1) Combine about two and a half cups of unsweetened plain yogurt with the fruit of your choice. Add either sugar or honey.
(2) Store it in the fridge for about two hours.
(3) Pour the frozen yogurt mixture in the drum of an ice cream freezer.
(4) Freeze the yogurt according to directions designed for the churning of ice cream.
(5) You can either store your frozen yogurt for up to one month or serve it as a dessert.
This article answers the question “can you freeze yogurt?” and even provided you with steps on how to turn your frozen yogurt into a dessert.
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