Limoncello Frozen Yogurt

limoncello frozen yogurt Dessert
Limoncello Frozen Yogurt
  • Prep 40 min
  • Total 6 hr 40 min
  • Servings 4

Bring a little sunshine (and booze) to your dessert with this limoncello spiked frozen yogurt in fun citrus cups. MORE+ LESS-

Updated April 18, 2017


cups Yoplait® Greek plain yogurt
cup granulated sugar
cup limoncello liqueur
lemons or oranges (large enough that half will hold a scoop of frozen yogurt)
Citrus pinch zest


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  • 1
    Mix together the yogurt and sugar. Stir until the sugar is completely dissolved. Refrigerate 1 hour.
  • 2
    Freeze in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer's instructions. Remove from machine and add limoncello and frozen yogurt into a blender and blend.
  • 3
    Pour mixture into a freezer friendly plastic container and freeze for at least 4 hours.
  • 4
    To make the Citrus Cups: Cut the citrus (in this case a lemon) in half. Use a knife to cut around the edges to help loosen the membrane.
  • 5
    Scoop out the insides with a spoon. You can use your fingers to remove any membrane.
  • 6
    Slice the bottom of the citrus so that it will sit flat.
  • 7
    Remove frozen yogurt and scoop into prepared citrus cups and place back into freezer for 2 hours. Please note the frozen yogurt will be soft due to the alcohol.
  • 8
    Top with citrus zest for garnish.

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More About This Recipe

  • When life hands you lemons… Scoop them out and fill them with Limoncello Frozen Yogurt. That way the booze will make you feel better and the Yoplait Greek Yogurt will give you protein, it's a win-win in my eyes. Fro-Yo is all the rage as of late. It’s not hard to make at home at all, yet they charge you an arm and a leg (and another arm) at the store. So why not learn to make it at home? It’s literally as easy as adding yogurt and sugar together and putting it in your ice cream machine. Better yet add some booze to it and serve it up in colorful and bright lemon and orange cups, which are quite easy to make. Serving them in the citrus cups will be sure to wow your dinner guest and they will wrongly assume you slaved over making them (don’t tell them any different). The yogurt is pretty easy to do, check out the recipe. For the citrus cups, it’s best to use a paring knife, but when I went to make these, I discovered I don’t own a paring knife. Oops. Guess I know what I’m buying next. You can use a regular chef knife, as I did a steak knife, just be careful as most people like to keep their fingers. Then simply fill with frozen yogurt and freeze for two hours. Serve with some zest for garnish. So now you know how to make citrus cups and your dessert presentations can be that much more festive.
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