From the kitchen of Stephanie Knewasser.  This
wonderful cold creamy concoction is a great way to
use strawberries from picking season.   Quick, easy &
fabulous!  I like it for breakfast, snack, dessert....
3 c strawberries, sliced & frozen (if they aren't
sliced, it'll still work, it will just take longer to process)
1/4 c sugar
1 c vanilla Greek yogurt
(I use low fat)

Put everything in a food processor.
Process until smooth.  
Serve.  
This will be slightly melt-y, as shown, which is how we
like it.  If you want it firmer, pop it in the freezer for a
bit.

If you freeze it for a long time, it will be hard.
At this point you can put it in a food processor & pulse
to return it to a soft serve consistency.
Or, let it thaw until you can scrape it out of the
container with a spoon.
"My imaginary friend thinks
you have some serious problems."
Strawberry Froyo
I love going to u-pick farms
during strawberry season.  
This is a great way to use
the berries, year round.
Strawberry Froyo straight from the food processor.  It has
a soft serve/ melt-y consistency, which is exactly how we
like it.  If you want it firmer, just pop it in the freezer for a bit.
Slice berries into quarters,
lay on a wax lined cookie
sheet, freeze.  When solid
toss in a freezer bag.
Strawberry Froyo with chia seeds
I added 4 tsp chia seeds to this
batch, then froze it for a while.  Why
add chia seeds?  They're healthy.  
They provide fiber (weight loss &
digestion), omega 3, calcium,
antioxidants & protein.
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