Dig into a refreshing bowl of this Low Syn White Chocolate Frozen Yoghurt
One thing I really missed when I started Slimming World was ice-cream. There is nothing more comforting that digging into a massive bowl of ice-cream, but unfortunately most are pretty high in syns and just do not have that same satisfying result.
Another thing I really love is White Chocolate. Brings back memories of a child and white chocolate buttons, why is it you can't get those here in Canada. Actually now I think of it, decent white chocolate is hard to find, prob because white chocolate isn't really chocolate. Mostly consisting of sugar it's not a surprise it's addictive. Although some do hate it with a passion. I am sadly not one of those people.
I love CHOCOLATE, any kind of chocolate, white, milk and recently dark. It's odd, I used to hate dark chocolate and found it super bitter, but as I have gotten older, my dislike for its as turned into a like, so yeah there you have it, as I said, I do really like my chocolate and I do really love my ice cream.
So it was a must to come up with a decent serving of a chocolate icecream dish I could enjoy, and why not a White Chocolate one, which goes perfectly with some fresh chopped strawberries.
This ice-cream is actually White Chocolate Frozen Yoghurt, but it tastes yummy and creamy.
Freezing just a plain ole tub of yoghurt, does nothing for me I am afraid, zero, nada. But adding these little bit of extra ingredients, turns a boring ole tub of frozen yoghurt into this delightful dessert that you will want to make again and again.
Don't just stop at berries or fruit either, if you have some additional syns, you could add all kinds of mix in's to this. Chocolate chips, crumbled cookie - whatever takes your fancy.
This easy peasy White Chocolate Frozen yoghurt, also doesn't require an ice cream maker, you can just mix the ingredients, add to a tub and stir every hour until a kind of soft serve consistency, don't forget about it and leave it for hours, otherwise the whole mix will be rock hard and then you will have to take out and let it melt a little before you can even dig a spoon in.
So how do you get the white chocolate flavour without adding a whole heap of syns. I use Options White Chocolate Powder and it works perfectly. You can get it from most grocery stores in the UK or order from Amazon.
Then the other ingredient I use is Sukrin: 1 - a natural sweetener with no aftertaste. Feel free to use another sweetener of choice, but the taste might not quite be the same.
Next time you have a movie night planned, make up a tub of this White Chocolate Frozen Yoghurt to enjoy with your choice of mix ins.
Low Syn White Chocolate Frozen Yoghurt
This recipe is gluten free, vegetarian, Slimming World and Weight Watchers friendlyExtra Easy - 2.5 syns per servingOriginal - 2.5 syns per servingWW Smart Points - 3
- 1.25 cups (300ml) of fat free vanilla yoghurt
- 20g of Options White Chocolate Powder
- ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract
- ¾ tablespoon of sukrin: 1
- Add all ingredients to a bowl
- Combine with a whisk
- Place in the freezer and remove every hour and stir to break up any ice crystals that form until at it's desired consistency (I find like soft serve is best)
- Great served with fresh strawberries or your own choice of mix ins.
Variation: Want a Chocolate Frozen Yoghurt? Use a different flavour of Options Chocolate Powder
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Nutrition InformationYield 2 Serving Size 1 serving
Amount Per Serving Calories 91Total Fat 1.2gSaturated Fat 0.8gSodium 212mgCarbohydrates 13.9gFiber 0.1gSugar 10.6gProtein 6.1g
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This was so delicious that I couldn't wait for it to set and scoffed the whole thing before it froze !!!
oo i like the look of this 🙂
Denise Roper says
Could you use the ordinary chocolate options-low fat of course-i dont like white chocolate but i must say this looks yummy!
yes it should work fine with any of the option flavours 🙂
Denise Roper says
Sorry to torture you again but as I went to make this I realized I had Canderel instead of Splenda-would this be ok to use in this recipe?