Meals and Moves and knew that I had to make this. Our ice cream maker had been lying dormant in the pantry all winter long, and the Fro Cho looked so good. This would be the perfect recipe to resurrect the ice cream maker. I had Vanilla Chobani Greek Yogurt, 2 ripe peaches, peach yogurt, and vanilla bean paste. I just had to run out and get some FF Half and half. We used honey instead of agave, which we did not have. the freezer bowl had been in the freezer overnight. Now we're ready to make the wonderful vanilla peachy concoction.
We took the freezer bowl out of the freezer, combined the ingredients, per the recipe. then we poured the mixture int our frozen bowl ,which was now inside our Donvier Ice Cream maker.Put the lid on and started to stir. Immediately, the mixture froze up the sides of the bowl, and as my husband tried to turn the paddle, it broke, as you can see in the above picture. We tried to scrape the mixture out of the bowl, to new avail. We put the freezer bowl in the fridge to let it defrost, but it was still frozen. We could only get small bits of the Fro Cho to savor. We weren't happy campers, except for my solar Smiley Happy Flower, which bobs up and down, and is in the picture. My dear friend, Becky, gave it to us, and it was the only thing making us happy that night! If you love yogurt and fresh peaches, you have to try the Peachy Keen Vanilla Fro Cho, and I hope that you have better luck than we did.
Now, we don't have an ice cream maker:) Has anyone had their ice cream or frozen yogurt mixture free up too fast? Was it because it was fat free, and we used honey? Does anyone have any good recommendations for one? Cuisinart? I do have the Kitchen Aid Stand mixer, so how is the ice cream maker attachment, does it work well? One plus with the ice cream maker attachment, is I already have the motor from the mixer. Feel free to tell me how much you do or don't like your ice cream maker. Maybe you need a Happy Flower, too:)