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Mango Frozen Yogurt (FROYO) 🥭

Growing up I used to love frozen yogurt. I knew it was healthy but it amazed me how delicious it tasted and recently in England, as we approach the summertime, I just knew I had to make my own version of frozen yogurt at home. Mangoes are an all-time fav so it was a no-brainer that this Mango Froyo had to happen. Of course, this is super healthy as one serving, comes down to ~130 calories (more if you add fruits but fruits are healthy anyway). You can have this as a healthy breakfast, dessert, or even snack time! Once you understand the drill you can also use other fruits and make all the froyos at home 🌞

In the picture below, you can also see our Leiho socks making an appearance. You guys know how important food is to both PK and I, and during these covid times, my friend's company, Leiho, are giving out 4 meals to the homeless for every pair of sock you buy. I personally love these bamboo socks as they are so cute and giving back to those who need it more than us is the icing on the cake. Please check them out and spread the word!! 🧦We hope you enjoy this froyo recipe and wishing you all a great, socially-distanced, bank holiday!

Serves: 1

Difficulty: Level 0

Health and Wow factor: ⭐⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️


  • 160gr frozen mango (or your choice of fruit)

  • 270gr low-fat natural yoghurt (you can also use fat free or greek yogurt, but be aware that fat free yogurt is usually more sour so you'll probably have to add a natural sweetener)

  • Drizzle of honey or maple syrup (I didn't add a sweetener just because I find mangoes already sweet anyway but do taste it as you go and add a sweetener if you want to and don't forget to count those calories hun)

Topping (again you can add whatever you want):

  • 1tbsp pomegranate seeds

  • 1 strawberry, halved

  • 1 passion fruit, halved

  • 1tsp chia seeds


  1. In a really powerful blender, add fruits and yogurt, and 3tbsp of water. Close the lid and give it a good shake and blend. It might be really hard at first but just be patient and add a bit more water until the blender isn't struggling as much.

  2. If you are adding a natural sweetener, add this in too to the blender now.

  3. Keep going and once you're happy with the consistency, transfer mixture to a container. Pop this in the freezer for at least 2 hours or even overnight before taking it out.

  4. If you kept it in the freezer overnight, let it sit outside for 30 mins - 1 hour or so before moving it to a bowl.

  5. Once you've transferred the froyo to a bowl, top with your choice of fruits (in our case the pom seeds, strawberry, passion fruit and sprinkle the chia seeds all over). Your froyo is ready!

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