Food : Home Made Tutti-Frutti Yogurt


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Hello!

I've been a fan of Tutti-Frutti and Moo for awhile now. Maybe I've tried 5 times now, knowing they are quite overpriced for my liking. So I've decided to try to make my own iced yogurt *using natural flavored yogurt .

1 small bowl of natural yogurt
2 spoon of sugar
Minced yellow watermelon
Minced chocolate

Put it in the fridge *the ice-box for over an hour.



My own critiques :
I've decided to dislike the taste of minced chocolate in this. It would probably tasted better if I put another spoon of sugar and blend it with ice. Should probably try other fruits next time. 

This is much much much cheaper than those frozen yogurt. 


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I am full.


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Second attempt :



1 small bowl of natural yogurt
2 spoon of sugar
Minced red watermelon


This time, I didn't put any minced chocolate and I changed it to red watermelon, which tasted super delicious. But I put it in the ice-box for 2 hours, resulted the yogurt to be truly frozen and I had to wait before I can eat it. 

Why I didn't use blender? Because I have none and I am trying to experiment with things that are simple and reachable in my kitchen. 



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5 comments on "Food : Home Made Tutti-Frutti Yogurt"
  1. looks interesting, maybe i'll try it. i have an idea though, instead of letting it froze to a solid rock state, why don't you leave it in the freezer for half an hour, and then stir it and repeat the step for a few times. :D

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  2. Ohh yes, I was trying to find the ideal timing for it to be semi-frozen.

    In the 1st experiment I put it in for almost an hour, and in the 2nd experiment I let it until 2 hours.

    2 hours = frozen
    1 hour = icy feel

    I'll try 1 1/2 hour afterwards.

    :)

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  3. saya dah try buat dgn buah betik, strawberi, mangga, tembikai dan oren..sedap!! tapi guna epal tak jadik..hehe

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