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4 ingredients are all you need to make this frozen peach yogurt. There’s no need for an ice cream maker, and it can also be enjoyed as a popsicle!

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It’s peach season and the temperature is in the triple digits outside. Enter this frozen peach yogurt to the rescue!

It is SO easy to whip up, thick and creamy, and a delicious way to cool down. Made without any added sugar, it is also perfect for babies and toddlers!

You can also use frozen peaches to make this creamy peach banana smoothie.

If you’re looking for more frozen treats, you must try this strawberry sorbet also!

You may also be interested in: How to serve peach to babies

Ingredients

All the ingredients laid out on a white background.
  • Peaches – You can use fresh or frozen. The peel can be left on or taken off, depending on your preference.
  • Banana – It adds volume, creaminess, and sweetness to this frozen yogurt. You can use fresh or frozen.
  • Plain Greek yogurt – I highly recommend using the whole milk kind for the best flavor, a creamy texture, and healthy fats. If you have any frozen yogurt, this will be a great way to use it up.
  • Lemon juice

How to Freeze Fresh Peaches

A two image collage showing how to freeze fresh peaches.

While you can use fresh or frozen peaches, I highly encourage you to use fresh peaches when they’re in season! Biting into a perfectly ripe, juicy, fragrant peach is one of the greatest joys of summer.

And since peach season is so short, do take advantage of it by grabbing more than you know what to do with at the moment and freeze! That way, you can savor the delectable flavor throughout the year!

Add them to smoothies, oatmeal, and this frozen yogurt!

When freezing fresh peaches, you can leave the skin on or take it off. I like to keep it on as most of the nutrients and fiber are found in the peel.

Slice the peaches and place on a baking tray lined with parchment paper. Freeze for several hours until solid. If preparing in advance, transfer to a freezer-safe bag for storage.

Step-by-Step Instructions

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  1. Grab your food processor or blender and add the yogurt, lemon juice, frozen peach slices and banana. Blend! If using a Vitamix, like me, be sure to use the tamper that comes with it.
  2. Give it a taste and add honey (not for babies) or maple syrup, if desired.
  3. Enjoy immediately or freeze.

Equipment

You don’t need an ice cream maker to make this frozen yogurt. But you do need a high-powered food processor/blender to break up the frozen peaches. I’ve had my Vitamix for 7+ years and it’s worth every penny!

I use it to make all my blender muffins, dips/sauces, smoothies, veggie nuggets, pancakes…it’s hands down my number one workhorse.

To make this froyo, be sure to use the tamper that comes with it!

Tips for Success

  • If using a blender, add the yogurt and lemon juice first followed by the frozen fruits.
  • Stop a few times to scrape down the sides so that everything is well combined.
  • Don’t blend for too long. Otherwise, the yogurt will get too soft and start melting.

Serving Suggestions

Yogurt stored in a glass airtight container.

If you like your frozen yogurt soft-serve style, enjoy right away! It’s my personal favorite.

You can place in the freezer so that it firms up a bit, but note that if you freeze overnight, the yogurt will harden completely. You will need to let it sit at room temperature for it to become scoopable.

Storage

Toddler's hand holding a small peach yogurt popsicle.

Transfer the yogurt mixture to a freezer-safe container. Smooth the surface and add a layer of parchment paper on top to minimize ice crystals from forming. Close the lid and freeze for up to a month.

What I’ve found, though, is that once thawed, the yogurt is looser in consistency than when first made. That’s why I enjoy this the most right after it’s blended.

You can also freeze in individual portions using a container like this baby food storage container. I use this to store hummus, overnight oats, chia pudding...it really comes in handy!

Or freeze the mixture in popsicle molds! For babies and younger toddlers, this silicone mold is perfect! It can also double as a fun snack tray.

The Ultimate Snack Tray Ideas

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best yogurt for this peach frozen yogurt?

I recommend using whole milk Greek yogurt for a thicker and creamier texture. The runnier the yogurt, the thinner the frozen yogurt will be.

You can use flavored yogurt for added sweetness, but if you are planning to share with your little one(s), I recommend avoiding added sugars as much as possible until 2 years of age. Even without it, the mixture will be plenty sweet for them with just ripe peaches and banana.

How can I make this dairy-free?

You can use any non-dairy alternative! Be sure to look for Greek-style for the thick consistency.

Can I make this frozen yogurt into popsicles?

Yes! In fact, it’s both of my kids’ favorite way to enjoy this.

More Yogurt Recipes to Try

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5 from 3 votes

Frozen Peach Yogurt

4 ingredients are all you need to make this frozen peach yogurt. There's no need for an ice cream maker and you can enjoy as a popsicle!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 6
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Ingredients 

  • 3 medium peaches (around 1 1/4 pound) , sliced and frozen
  • 1/2 medium banana, frozen
  • 1/2 cup (115g) plain whole milk Greek yogurt
  • 2 teaspoons freshly squeezed lemon juice

Instructions 

  • Add all the ingredients to a food processor/blender. If using a blender, add the yogurt and lemon juice first, followed by the frozen peaches and banana.
  • Blend until the yogurt is thick and creamy. If using a blender, start on low speed then increase to its highest speed. Be sure to use the tamper that comes with it to press the ingredients down towards the blades. If using a food processor, scrape down the sides as you go.
    Note: Don't blend for too long. Otherwise, the yogurt will get too soft and start melting.
  • Serve immediately for soft-serve consistency. You can also transfer to a shallow freezer-safe container and freeze or add to popsicle molds.

Notes

  • Note that if you freeze overnight, the yogurt will harden completely. You will need to let it sit at room temperature for it to become scoopable.
  • You can use any non-dairy alternative! Be sure to look for Greek-style for the thick consistency.

Nutrition

Calories: 50kcal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 3g | Sodium: 16mg | Fiber: 1g | Vitamin C: 4mg | Calcium: 22mg
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Recipe adapted from Eating Well.

About Min

Thank you so much for stopping by! I am Min, a Registered Dietitian, a Christ follower, a wife, and a mom to our two miracle babies! Currently, I’m having a ton of fun feeding their tummies and sharing our baby led weaning journey! Follow me on Instagram if interested in seeing daily menu as well as tips and tricks.

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  1. 5 stars
    My son LOVES this recipe (and I do too)! I also love that it’s so easy and definitely perfect for summer. I’ve even adjusted the recipe a couple times when I only have flavored greek yogurt and it turns out well regardless. Highly recommend, and I’ll be sad when peach season is over!